School’s Out!: Exploring ‘Post’-COVID Education with Erika Lindsay

Though it may be difficult to peg education as a ‘hot topic’ these days, none of us can ignore the category-ten shift that students, teachers, and career-makers are experiencing as we all continue to reel amid rampant economic collapse and a global pandemic.   Not a pretty outlook, no.  That’s why I was sincerely glad when my long-timeContinue reading “School’s Out!: Exploring ‘Post’-COVID Education with Erika Lindsay”

“In Spite of Discomfort”: A Consideration of Allyship on Treaty Six Territory with Keighlagh Donovan

Join Local Edmonton scholar Keighlagh Donovan (she/ her) as she sits down with #wordsofhers to talk about her evolving view of allyship. Constantly abetted by literary discovery and a litany of quotes that will have you pondering long after the read is over, this interview will leave you with a list of texts you should get your hands on, and an open mind knowing that allyship isn’t always as easy as saying ‘I’m an Ally’.

Trust, Self-Construal, and a Philosophy of Dance with #YEG Lindy Hopper, Turlough Myers

Welcome to Edmonton’s secret world of swing solidarity!

Read on to meet local Edmonton swing dancer Turlough Myers and hear what he has to say on trust, equality, and the philosophy of dance!

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Grave Subjects: Emily Storvold on Art, Death, and the Afterlife

Fun shapes, bold colours–certainly terms that describe the visual creations of Emily Storvold. Still, anyone close to her knows that under her more playful layer is a head brimming with philosophical rumination, and more specifically, rumination as it relates to existence. That’s probably why she reacted so positively when I found myself asking: “Hey, youContinue reading “Grave Subjects: Emily Storvold on Art, Death, and the Afterlife”