An Easter message from Galip İsen

The sagas of apokastasis[i] are as old as human thought, sentiment and mythogenesis. Karl Gustav Jung extends the tradition back to the ancients? efforts at cosmogony: he maintains that the allegory of cyclic, repeated patterns of life-following-death is an aspect of the hero archetype[ii] ; a manifestation, among other things, of a desire to be … Read more

“The Rise of the ‘Edupunk’

The Rise of the ‘Edupunk’ At TIAA-CREF conference, higher ed braces for a new breed of tech-savvy students who won’t play by the old rules. more When Social Media Is Irrelevant At Sloan-C, academics discuss when fostering social intimacy in the online classroom environment is necessary, and when it might distract from more basic student … Read more

Roundup: Alain de Botton’s Week at the Airport; LSD art; Useful YouTube Channels for Teachers;

Alain de Botton: A Week at the Airport from Boing Boing by Mark Frauenfelder For one week, writer Alain de Botton worked from his desk in the middle of Terminal 5 at Heathrow Airport, and wrote a book about it, called A Week at the Airport. LIFE magazine on “LSD Art,” 1966 from Boing Boing … Read more