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- Public Writing November 3, 2014I’ve long thought that public writing can help contribute to radical social change. I’ve recently been gifted with three opportunities to participate in public discourse on progressive politics, progressive religion, and issues related to gender & sexuality! These are regular gigs! I’m excited about the potential these three very different writing gigs have. I’m also […]Robyn
- You can’t give it up, can you? October 30, 2014This is the post that I created for Emergent Voices. You can find the original link here. Several years ago, after what I thought was a horrible ordination process, I decided to leave the church. It was a weekday when I decided that I would never step back into the church. The only problem was […]Robyn
- When ‘crazy’ is a distant relative October 7, 2014I’ve not been blogging as of late, largely because I’ve been working on the dissertation. There’s always something grabbing my attention, though, and Sarah Lund’s new Book Blessed Are The Crazy was it! As we raise awareness to National Mental Illness week, I’ve decided to break the silence about the reality of mental illness existing […]Robyn
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- We Have Never Been Queer: The Highs and Lows of Theories of Bodies, Subjects and Desire April 19, 2014Consider the following course that the Global Center for Advanced Studies is offering! Professors Beatriz Preciado (Testo Junkie) and J. Jack Halberstam (Gaga Feminism) will be teaching a seminar entitled, “We Have Never Been Queer: The Highs and Lows of Theories of Bodies, Subjects and Desire” (PARIS, France–September, 2014) [This seminar can also be taken […]Robyn
- Public Writing November 3, 2014
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