At sixteen and seventeen, I took 200- and 300-level college history courses in East Asian and Russian History. I chose those classes because my high school's treatment of world history was severely lacking. Our history teacher kept getting shipped out to Afghanistan for combat, so my sophomore year had been spent oscillating between him and … Continue reading Soft Skills Aren’t “Sexy”: Whom We Befriend and Make Our Allies Matters.
Some comments on the anti-Muslim ban and the evangelical Christianity in our government right now. 😱
In which I basically just table-flip everything (╯°□°)╯︵ ┻━┻ because I think we deserve better, y'all.
This essay is primarily about Athene and statehood, but it's also a series of reflections on the place of an individual in non-ideal political systems.