After Ralph’s intensive one-week sustainability crash course our class took a different yet related turn when Professor Hyra (Derek) arrived. Derek’s module focused on sustainable and equitable neighborhood development, and we looked at the 2005 riots in France and why … Continue reading →
“Time is the school in which we learn, t
I drafted this post on the 4th but took me a while to get it just the way I wanted it (and I’ve added to it since then). Please excuse any now-moot time / date references. Time. Is. Flying. As … Continue reading →
Perspectives on Equity and Equality (Raw...
David and I spent the better part of two days reading academic texts that evaluated Rawls’ Theory of Justice (and the revisions he makes to his own theory in his subsequent book, Political Liberalism) and his grievances with Utilitarianism and crafting … Continue reading →
I made it! (Conversely, “First Impressi
Hi friends! This is my first blog post from Riva San Vitale, Switzerland. I am studying here in Riva for a month as a part of a Comparative sustainability program called “Sustainable Europe” that is offered jointly by Virginia Tech … Continue reading →