Archive for the 'Spirituality' Category

Framing Life

Yazan: Candace | 13 December 2007 | 1 Comment
Categories: Activism, Bodies, Culture, Family, Feminism, Feminist Theory, Happy, Life, Relationships, Spirituality, Third Wave, Women's Studies

I have been collecting frames for the past two years or so. When I see a cheap or clearance frame I buy it and stash it away because framed photos make great gifts and because I’ve always wanted a home with treasured photos hung all around. I did that a little bit at my old […]

Not Publishing

Yazan: Candace | 19 November 2007 | No Comments
Categories: Aging, Bodies, Family, Life, Relationships, Spirituality

Over the past three days I’ve written four posts that I’ve decided not to publish. They’re too angsty, too sad, too personal, or contain information that might haunt me someday. It helps to write because it helps me see just how deep this sadness runs. When a post turns to things thirty years old I […]

Audio Activism

Yazan: Candace | 27 October 2005 | No Comments
Categories: Academia, Activism, Audiocast, Blogging, Feminism, Feminist Theory, Podcast, Spirituality, Technology, Third Wave, Women's Studies

Third wave feminism is characterized by its activism. Although some still argue that there is ‘no third wave’ I see plenty of proof peeking up all over that a re-emergence of feminism is upon us and hopefully this will be accompanied by progress towards gender equality. Audiocasting is an ideal tool for combining third wave […]

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