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january 29, 2017 https://twitter.com/tonymess/status/825853520830148610
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adequately address his controversy https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j6z0hlhyx1g
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teaching research and writing in the age of "fake news" http://www.balancingjane.com/2017/01/teaching-research-and-writing-in-age-of.html
given people like rush limbaugh http://www.nytimes.com/2016/12/25/us/politics/fake-news-claims-conservatives-mainstream-media-.html?_r=0
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the recent ruling that gave police a lot of latitude if they made the choice to shoot someone's pet. http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/court-police-can-shoot-dog-if-it-moves-or-barks-when-cop-enters-home/article/2610097
an interesting post http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/2015/03/science-doubters/achenbach-text
where corporations are funding the research about their own fields http://discovermagazine.com/2007/oct/sciences-worst-enemy-private-funding
far from old and dead http://io9.gizmodo.com/the-9-most-influential-works-of-scientific-racism-rank-1575543279
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is valid and informative https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/in-theory/wp/2016/10/19/science-shows-wikipedia-is-the-best-part-of-the-internet/?utm_term=.13ed7bbeb8c8
balance fallacy http://believingscience.blogspot.com/2015/09/todays-logical-fallacy-is-balance.html
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available here from project muse http://muse.jhu.edu/article/631102
check it out here http://blog.utpjournals.com/2016/12/16/finding-motivation-to-research-as-community-college-faculty/
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minimalism, peace, and time for fighting http://www.balancingjane.com/2016/12/minimalism-peace-and-time-for-fighting.html
impacts negotiations in equally shared parenting http://www.balancingjane.com/2012/05/fine-print-negotiations-in-marriages.html
seeing housekeeping as a skill http://www.balancingjane.com/2013/06/can-you-be-good-at-housecleaning.html
hiring a professional organizer http://www.balancingjane.com/2016/03/what-i-learned-by-hiring-professional.html
partnership-ending fight about whether or not housekeeping could be a problem http://www.balancingjane.com/2016/04/i-broke-up-with-my-therapist-over.html
the minimalists podcast http://www.theminimalists.com/podcast/
books http://www.theminimalists.com/books/
a movie https://minimalismfilm.com/
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a small talk-free party http://www.wired.co.uk/article/banning-small-talk
postpartum anxiety i experienced http://www.balancingjane.com/2016/08/a-copy-of-copy-of-copy-postpartum.html
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this article about happiness vs. meaning http://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2013/08/meaning-is-healthier-than-happiness/278250/
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a post on the topic http://www.theminimalists.com/religion/
another minimalist blogger http://www.missminimalist.com/2011/09/minimalism-and-religion/
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pages - menu home about me reading list education equality health media parenting/pregnancy work guest posts monday, january 30, 2017 how to tell a trump voter "i told you so" how should you go about telling your friends and family who voted for trump "i told you so!" now that trump's worst campaign rhetoric is being enacted as policy? don't. how should you mock your uncle who forwarded you all those chain letters and blog posts about clinton's private email server now that trump's administration is doing the exact same thing? don't. how should you demonstrate your clear superiority, the fact that you saw this coming and yelled loudly that we had to stop it? don't. how should you point out that all of the trump supporters on your social media feeds who between november and january were constantly telling you to "let it go" and "wait and see" have fallen completely silent in the last week? don't. i'm going to make an assumption that if you are as disgusted, angry, and fearful about what trump has done with a mere week in office as i am that you--also like me--want to fight back with the greatest power possible. i am going to assume that seeing this man lie repeatedly (with "alternative facts") with a straight face about all of the voter fraud he "knows" happened has made you realize that we're dealing with something unprecedented. i am going to assume that watching legal us residents get barred from returning home this weekend sent chills down your spine, and your head echoed with the reminders of how other human atrocities have begun. i am going to assume that you weren't surprised when he didn't release his tax returns or divest himself from his businesses as promised, but that you are outraged that the highest office in our country is being used to line a failed businessman's pockets instead of governing the people. i am going to assume that you watched bannon get handed an insane amount of power for which he has no qualifications and shuddered. i am going to assume that you want to fix it. if that's the case, then we have to give the people who voted for trump (many reluctantly) room to pivot. we can't give the impression that half of the country is okay with what's happening because i know that they're not. i know that many, many people who thought trump would suffice now see that they've made a mistake. it's a mistake we need to discuss. we can talk about social media echo chambers, legitimate news sources, religious-like devotion to partisan identity. we can talk about all of those things--but not today. today we need to come together. today we need to recognize that we have far more in common than this administration would like us to believe. think about what they've done. they're throwing so many executive orders (and i say they because i believe bannon is as much behind it as trump--maybe more) at us at once so that we can't get our feet under us. they throw out the most divisive topics (abortion, immigration) to ensure that we're fighting each other instead of recognizing we've all been had. they're banking on us tearing each other to shreds while they walk away with our democracy. we can't let that happen. the strongest moments of our democracy have come forth when unlikely groups formed focused coalitions around shared ideals. those coalitions don't always last long, and we can go back to arguing over the meaningful differences we have after our work is done, but right now--today--our work is to reclaim our democracy, and we do that together. if we don't, i fear it really will be too late. don't make me say i told you so. 0 comments labels: activism, community, politics, rhetoric, trump email thisblogthis!share to twittershare to facebook sunday, january 29, 2017 mayoral debate summary i realize that i have readers for whom this will be completely irrelevant, but i went to a st. louis mayoral debate tonight and have been asked to share my thoughts, so this is the easiest platform for me to do that. this debate was put on by several non-profit (and progressive) organizations around the city, including the amazing folks at arch city defenders, empower missouri, hands up united, and the st. louis action council. (see the full list of sponsors here). the debate as a whole was amazingly well organized and focused, and i was very impressed. it was also well attended, with standing room only even after an entire row of extra chairs was added. (i heard someone say they estimated 1500 people). they also provided a very detail map of endorsements and campaign funding sources for the candidates (which doesn't view well on a phone, by the way). finally, they provided a pre-debate survey with detailed responses from all participants. the participants did not include all of the many people running for mayor, but it did include the frontrunners. we heard from antonio french, tishaura jones, lyda krewson, lewis reed, and jeff boyd. my overall impression of the debate performances is pretty much summed up in this tweet: my reaction to #wokevoterstl debate: @antoniofrench and @tishaura won. @lydakrewson survived. @presreed stumbled. @jeffboyd4mayor was there. — tony messenger (@tonymess) january 29, 2017 i have some more personal reactions to the candidates and, though i entered an undecided voter, i exited with my mind made up. before i get to that, here are some highlights from the issues discussed. homelessness addressing the problem of homelessness came up in a couple of different points of the debate through a few different lenses. reed was asked early on to clarify his pre-debate survey response in which he was critical of the current efforts to address homelessness but offered no concrete policies of his own. he mentioned better understanding the population to address causes of homelessness in a more focused way, but the specific policy was still lacking. immediately after that boyd was asked about whether he supported more police training to handle addiction with more sensitivity, and he said we should find additional resources to do so, but didn't offer where they might come from. krewson was hit with some questions about previous support to criminalize panhandling (which included a fine and jail time). she defended her action as having been part of the real change program, which was put in place in conjunction with well-known organizations that help the homeless. similarly, she countered criticism over wanting to shut down downtown shelter nlec by pointing out that they don't provide continuous care and put people out on the sidewalk with no real resources. (this debate has been covered with some differing viewpoints here and here). minimum wage jones and french sparred a bit over minimum wage. jones proudly boasts of having protested alongside fight for 15 activists and cited her own role as a single mother to be a primary motivator for her passion on the topic. french said that he supported a state-level minimum wage increase but did not want to disadvantage the city by making increasing the wage city-wide only to have businesses flee. he then took a jab at jones by saying that her staff in the treasurer's office wasn't paid $15 an hour. she shot back that she immediately gave her staff a raise upon entering her position and pays all of her campaign staff $15 an hour. elsewhere in the evening, minimum wage was discussed because both boyd and krewson were absent (in their roles as alderman and alderwoman) when the city-wide increase to $11 was implemented. krewson noted that it was her amendment they were voting on, and she was there for the perfection vote, just not the final vote. boyd first insisted that he was present for the vote, but the moderator insisted he was not. (i looked when i got home, and the record says he was there. i let the organizers know that, and they responded back that they got their information from this article, which lists him among the absent voters.) he then said he would have voted yes and voted yes on the perfection vote. (french voted against it). cash bail and jail conditions jones made it clear that she wanted to end the cash bail system and proposed payment plans and community service alternatives as possible solutions that would keep people out of jails and from the snowballing issue of losing jobs, disrupting lives, etc. due to incarceration over minor offenses. she even said that people had taken their own lives because of the impact of the cash bail system. boyd also stated his support for ending it, but his solution is ankle bracelets. the audience was vocally opposed, and the moderator followed up to ask if he was concerned about whether that was a liberty issue for someone who had committed a minor offense. he doubled down saying, "i'm not saying they have to wear short pants!" as if it is the visibility of the monitor and not its tracking mechanism that makes it invasive. it was a disturbing answer. on a somewhat related note, there was a question involving "the workhouse," the medium security prison located in the city. both french and reed responded that it should not be closed. french pointed out that closing it would further overcrowd the jail; instead, he wants to issue a bond to raise funds for improvements like air conditioning. reed said it should not be closed and that we should instead focus on prevention and treatment instead of incarceration. he did not, however, address the current conditions of the prison. city development and stadiums development was a topic that wound its way through the debate consistently and often as a supplemental topic to unrelated questions. it seemed obvious that all of the candidates want their stance on development front and center and understand it to be an important drive for the campaign as a whole. jones was very critical of tif money and its past use and passionately laid out a plan to ensure development would be routed out of the central corridor and into the mostly-ignored north and south parts of the city. she also said that any development plan would have to have community benefit and living wage agreements and anything that didn't would be vetoed. krewson also talked about her past experience in helping to develop the loop area, specifically mentioning driving around with developers to show them potential properties they might not have considered on their own. she said that any development she approved would have to provide neighborhood services and meet minority participation requirements. the potential funding for a mls stadium was discussed. jones and french were both adamantly against it, both citing the myriad of other funding needs the city has. reed was questioned somewhat critically for voting to put the mls funding on the ballot, but he insisted that he didn't support the funds; he supported the voters having a say. he said he was always on the side of voter empowerment. he was then questioned over the (non-voter approved) use of $4 million for scott trade center, but he didn't provide a real justification for that beyond the explanation that it was "different" from the mls issue. city-county merger jones voiced support for putting a city-county merger on the ballot and said that she personally would vote for it, but she also acknowledged that a lot of financial housekeeping had to take place before that vote would be feasible. french somewhat flippantly said that the county doesn't need a "91st municipality" and said that he had no interest in a merger, explaining there were other ways to cooperate without joining a county that hasn't shown progress on important issues like addressing inequality. marijuana legalization all of the candidates voiced support for decriminalizing marijuana. french went further by saying that he would love to see it made legal in the state, and jones--speaking immediately after him--took it up a notch by calling for taxation like colorado to get tax revenue. notably, krewson added the phrase "of small amounts" to her statement to decriminalize it, and the audience noticed (and boo'ed). sanctuary city all of the candidates were adamant that st. louis should be sanctuary city. french mentioned his involvement in the airport protest that sprung up this weekend following trump's immigration ban. he said that we needed to be prepared to resist the trump administration at this and other turns. jones mentioned that she had been in touch with new york on the topic. krewson was questioned about her statement in the pre-debate survey that she wouldn't risk federal funds to maintain status as a sanctuary city. she was pressed hard on it, and tried to wiggle out of it by saying, "but we shouldn't have to give up those funds to be a sanctuary city." ultimately, she said that we should fight to keep the funds and the status, but she never gave a clear answer on which she would choose if both were not an option. policing and police shootings i saved this one for last because it was by far the biggest issue. it came up in different ways, and it was also the elephant in the room because--for the first half-hour or so of the debate (until they were told to stop, i assume)--there was a group of people who held up signs like this every time krewson spoke. beyond the signs, the boos and cheers in the room showed a clear issue with the fact that krewson received the endorsement of the slpoa. the issue hung in the air for most of the debate, and krewson fielded questions about policing by repeatedly focusing on funding for training. she also said that we need more police officers, saying that we need at least 1300 and only have about 1200. she connected training with staffing by saying training couldn't take place if everyone was overworked. when asked explicitly if training would include implicit bias training, she said yes. she also acknowledged her own white privilege and said "black lives absolutely do matter." later, though, her ties to the slpoa were brought up more explicitly. she said that though she did not support roorda, whose comments she admitted were racist, she did support the police officers. she said, "i can't control who they hire." when asked if she would ask roorda to step down, she said that wasn't within her control. the audience booed loudly. for contrast, jones was asked why she didn't meet with slpoa (the only candidate present who didn't), and she said it was because she had no interest in their endorsement or having anything to do with roorda. she also demonstrated a difference with krewson by saying that she would focus on placing social workers on staff to work with police instead of hiring more officers. tef poe, local musician and activist, mocked krewson's call for "training," a theme that french picked up on when he said that the people weren't asking for better training; they were asking for accountability. he said that there would not be trust between the citizens and the police until accountability was obvious. he also said that he supported community policing practices and wanted to move away from military tactical style training, a training style reed also condemned. french also made it clear that firing police chief sam dotson would be a priority on "day one." boyd cited several times that his own relative who was killed by police, but he also talked about black-on-black crime and the community needing to "take responsibility" for the shootings. another point about policing was french's support for security cameras around the city, something he helped implant in his own north city ward. he emphasized that as a citizen, he wanted there to be footage to help solve crimes, and cited that 60% of the cities homicides go unsolved. he also mentioned that there are plenty of cameras downtown in areas that attract tourists; he believes neighborhoods should have the same security measures. he frequently mentioned a disparity between the midtown area and areas north and south, and this was another place where he sees that divide. response times, he says, are slower to areas outside of midtown, and it needs to be corrected. some other stuff of mention are some issues that were more personal and less policy-driven. reed fired some nasty shots at both jones and boyd while trying to cast himself as the anti-slay candidate. he said that he was the only one who had been brave enough to run against slay in the past, and then he accused jones of hiring slay's campaign team (and why wouldn't she? after all, they ran a winning campaign.) before getting really angry with boyd for handing out campaign literature supporting slay during the previous election. jones responded that her father runs her campaign, and then boyd shot back with a fiery "how dare you tell me who to support" before calling out reed for not having integrity and lying to the alderman board. the two men duked it out for a bit, and though it was fiery and passionate, it seemed to be getting into the weeds in what they did or didn't do for one another in their professional relationship rather than stick to an issue the voters should be concerned with. it did make for an entertaining couple minutes, though. jones was asked about the controversy surrounding her use of funds for travel and a city-issued vehicle. she explained that she traveled to trainings that allowed her to make direct changes to the city. she also said that she had saved the city $5 million dollars (i think in conjunction with her implementation of the parking meters, but i'm not certain) because of the things she had learned. she said that she would "take advantage of every perk" offered with her position as long as it allowed her to do a good job. krewson was obviously in front of a hostile crowd. she is the least progressive candidate in a room filled with progressive voters. she tried to address the issue a few times, but it often fell flat. she insisted we were in "missour-ah" drawing out the alternate pronunciation intentionally. to what end? i can't say because it certainly felt divisive. she also answered a heckling "can i live on your street?!" with a folksy "you betcha" that didn't help the tension. while she did directly acknowledge her racial privilege, the room as a whole did not seem satisfied, and i often felt like she was giving her answers with a remote audience in mind rather than trying to win the votes in front of her. my takeaway it's no secret that i am progressive and want progressive policies in my city. going into this debate, i was undecided. jones and french were at the top of my list, but i hadn't ruled out voting for someone else. i was particularly interested in hearing from krewson because she is the best funded and the frontrunner. after reading the pre-debate responses and listening to this debate, i am voting for jones. boyd doesn't seem to be a serious candidate, and he answered too many questions with platitudes. he was even asked a question that was basically "you've lost three city-wide races already and are only polling at 5%. why not drop out instead of taking votes away from someone else?" and responded with "quitters never win and winners never quit." perhaps, but he's not winning. nothing he said tonight made me think otherwise. reed gave some good answers, but i think his attack of boyd and jones over their relationship to slay made him look insecure and petty. it wasn't a focused moment. generally, his best answers were only equally good as another candidates, and his worst answers were, well, worse. nothing he said made him stand out to me as a particularly good choice. he also did not adequately address his controversy over the sexist comments against alderwoman megan green. krewson seemed to be, as i mentioned earlier, addressing a different audience. she did not handle the questions about her police endorsement well, and she certainly had to know they were coming considering who sponsored this event. i was disappointed in how she handled it. i also wanted a stronger answer from her about the sanctuary city status, especially considering she was giving this response today, immediately following trump's horrendous anti-immigrant actions. french gave a lot of good answers, and i like his policies. he, however, doubled down on his cocky response that he "regrets nothing" he's ever done in his political career, which was off putting. french and jones share a lot of the same ideology and plans, but jones was much clearer and more focused when it came to implementation. she had detailed plans for every initiative, and she handled herself like someone with experience and political skills. she seemed confident, passionate, and clear. i got the impression that she would step into the role of mayor with an immediate and actionable plan for the city, and i liked it. that's why she is going to get my vote. the bottom line, though, is that i was thrilled to see such a big turnout, and i hope we pack the polling stations in march. 0 comments labels: debates, mayoral race, politics, st. louis email thisblogthis!share to twittershare to facebook friday, january 6, 2017 teaching research and writing in the age of "fake news" it's almost hard for me to imagine it now, but growing up, i never watched the news. it was never on in my house. i remember taking "current event" quizzes in my history class and feeling completely disconnected from the world. i only heard of the topics in the few minutes we spent before each class naming some things going on at the moment. this is still the state of things in the house where i grew up. my mom doesn't watch, read, or listen to the news. she gets her knowledge of current events from snippets of conversation with the people she works with (and me and my little brother, who frequently go on political rants). when i ask her why, she suggests that the news stresses her out, feels overwhelming, doesn't really add value to her life. i've been hanging out in some "minimalist" groups online, and--while definitional battles abound--one of the core principles is to remove things that don't add value to your life and to simplify what remains. perhaps, then, it shouldn't have taken me so off guard today when someone in one of these groups asked if people had cut news media out of their lives as part of their minimalist principles. many, many people chimed in to say they had done exactly that. it kind of startled me. several commenters immediately connected their rejection of news to the "fake news" epidemic. unfortunately, i have now seen that label applied haphazardly to any news that the assessor doesn't like, not just the content that is in fact completely fabricated by its author for clicks and revenue. this label has given people like rush limbaugh a new tool in a right-wing attempt to dismantle and disrupt news media. i got in a heated facebook debate with an uncle who chastised my little brother for sharing "fake news" when he posted about the recent ruling that gave police a lot of latitude if they made the choice to shoot someone's pet. admittedly, my brother had shared this information from a click-baity site with a headline designed to be inflammatory and an obvious agenda against expanding police authoritarianism. however, the presence of bias and even a lack of journalist ethical standards does not make something "fake." when i linked my uncle to more legitimate news sources reporting on the case and eventually to the actual court ruling itself in an attempt to demonstrate it was not "fake," he responded by saying that it just didn't feel real to him. that was the end of the discussion. "feelings" replace facts, journalistic integrity, and multiple sources (including a primary document). i'm a community college english instructor, and i taught research writing for the first time in a long time last semester. many of my students (online students, many enrolled in other colleges and universities who had theoretically been educated in media literacy) reported having no idea how to determine if a source was valid or not. seeing how uncomfortable my students are with critically analyzing media and applying media literacy principles to their own thinking and writing made me realize that these issues go far beyond the facebook rants of my elder relatives. the landscape of information is universally overwhelming, and people like me (as a professor of rhetoric) are responsible for helping make it less so. i think that there are a lot of factors in the mix right now that could make turning away from news media attractive: the political climate is toxic, we're very polarized and human nature tends to make us want to consume news that supports our own views, the sheer number of sources available at our fingertips is overwhelming, and the pay structure for journalism has become so dysfunctional as to make even some otherwise ethical institutions turn to some rather questionable practices. it's coupled with a turn away from experts and expertise. we're reacting to information overload by trying to simplify and condense what there is to process. i think that's an understandable reaction, but we're doing it (as we do all things) within the confines of our own social conditioning and prejudices. the result is that we pick and choose what makes us feel comfortable and filter out the rest, leaving us with a very narrow worldview and the option to reject anything at any time if it happens to conflict with whatever general framework we've aligned ourselves with at the moment. in other words, our desire for stability and simplicity as individuals has led to chaos and confusion as a collective. national geographic has an interesting post about this anti-science phenomenon that asks why it seems that "doubters have declared war on the consensus of experts." author joel achenbach makes a lot of smart observations, including this one about the risk that we take to our identity when aligning ourselves with particular beliefs: americans fall into two basic camps, kahan says. those with a more “egalitarian” and “communitarian” mind-set are generally suspicious of industry and apt to think it’s up to something dangerous that calls for government regulation; they’re likely to see the risks of climate change. in contrast, people with a “hierarchical” and “individualistic” mind-set respect leaders of industry and don’t like government interfering in their affairs; they’re apt to reject warnings about climate change, because they know what accepting them could lead to—some kind of tax or regulation to limit emissions. in the u.s., climate change somehow has become a litmus test that identifies you as belonging to one or the other of these two antagonistic tribes. when we argue about it, kahan says, we’re actually arguing about who we are, what our crowd is. we’re thinking, people like us believe this. people like that do not believe this. for a hierarchical individualist, kahan says, it’s not irrational to reject established climate science: accepting it wouldn’t change the world, but it might get him thrown out of his tribe. he also notes some of the more obvious reasons that people are finding it easier and easier to establish their own parameters around "truth," namely that the internet has removed the gatekeeping institutions that used to determine which information was widely disseminated. i agree with his claims and conclusions, but i don't think they're quite complete. he briefly mentions distrust of corporations when he discusses people's reluctance to accept gmos as safe, but i think that corporate influence deserves a much closer look. we've been socially trained to "follow the money" and figure out how economic interests might influence someone's perspective. when we do that in a world where corporations are funding the research about their own fields, our skepticism is more than understood--it's responsible. furthermore, i know several people with left-leaning political ideals who have a dogmatic adherence to the scientific method in a way that operates as a blind spot. yes, the scientific method is a wonderful tool to help us ascertain truths that are free from human bias, but the reporting of those findings and even the decision to research them in the first place is just as tangled in bias as everything else. we have awfully short memories if we want to pretend that science has not been used as a tool to further political agendas. just consider how phrenology was used to justify racism or how homosexuality was classified as a mental disorder in the dsm. and these approaches are far from old and dead. also, many of the "anti-science" people i know are not actually anti-science when the new scientific findings fit their existing beliefs. i've met several people who reject any scientific evidence that vaccines do not cause autism or that climate change is manmade but who are quick to adopt new scientific evidence about the early development of a fetus as part of an anti-abortion rhetoric. this suggests to me that defending science for science's sake isn't going to be the answer to this riddle. there's a part of me (the part that has researched rhetoric across centuries) that feels a kind of optimism about everything. that part thinks that we're in the midst of a rather predictable upheaval surrounding notions of truth in the face of massive technological advancements and changes to human communication. that part of me has read about the pendulum swings that have followed every technological revolution to communication (the advent of writing, the printing press, open access education). things will settle. they always do. but that's kind of the coward's answer, isn't it? after all, things don't just "settle" on their own. they settle with the work of the people of those times (the thinkers, the writers, the scientists, the artists, the philosophers) to reign the pendulum back in. people work from either side to pull it back until the swing is manageable and less disruptive, until the next advancement can throw it back into wild motion and it's someone else's turn to do that work. and it's my turn now, right? i mean, it is literally my job to teach people how to tell what sources they can trust and figure out how to use them in conjunction with their own perspectives to make ethical, informed decisions and disseminations. it's hard, though. i suspect that it has always been hard, but i think that those of us who are trying to teach research and writing skills in today's climate have a particularly and uniquely challenging task. in a very interesting and important post, danah boyd at nyu asks if media literacy has backfired: understanding what sources to trust is a basic tenet of media literacy education. when educators encourage students to focus on sourcing quality information, they encourage them to critically ask who is publishing the content. is the venue a respected outlet? what biases might the author have? the underlying assumption in all of this is that there’s universal agreement that major news outlets like the new york times, scientific journal publications, and experts with advanced degrees are all highly trustworthy. think about how this might play out in communities where the “liberal media” is viewed with disdain as an untrustworthy source of information…or in those where science is seen as contradicting the knowledge of religious people…or where degrees are viewed as a weapon of the elite to justify oppression of working people. needless to say, not everyone agrees on what makes a trusted source. students are also encouraged to reflect on economic and political incentives that might bias reporting. follow the money, they are told. now watch what happens when they are given a list of names of major power players in the east coast news media whose names are all clearly jewish. welcome to an opening for anti-semitic ideology. what her post makes clear to me (and i hope you will read the whole thing and supplemental links at the bottom) is that media literacy cannot be introduced as a concept in a class with basic principles and then built upon slowly over time. we do not have the luxury of a stepping stone approach to teaching media literacy because teaching only the basic principles is a liability. students have too many influences on their attention and ideas for educators to pretend that what they learn from us will stay pristine and safe until we meet again next class period, next semester, next year. if we want media literacy to work as an educational tool, we have to go ahead and pull back the curtain and show its messy, chaotic reality from the very beginning. we need to admit that it's not easy. the rules aren't always clear cut, and we need to create assignments that allow for that mess. i was trying to identify the core ideas i want my students to take away from my class, ideas they can apply in a variety of frameworks and ideologies to make their own thoughts (and hopefully the world around them) clearer, better informed, and more solidly supported. here's what i came up with: biased does not mean untrue- this might seem like a bad precedent to set. a lot of the composition textbooks i've seen teach identifying bias as a way to figure out if a source is credible or not. often, it is simplified (intentionally or not) as "biased=unusable." i understand how this could be a good starting point for a discussion about credibility, but the reality is that every single source of information available is "biased" in one way or another. even a completely fact-based report was chosen as a headline over some other fact-based incident. if we tell our students that they can't use a biased source while they're simultaneously hearing that all of the sources around them are biased (from our class and elsewhere), they're left with very few options. instead, we need to teach that bias must be identified and accounted for, but it doesn't make a source unusable. information found in an obviously biased source should be verified more carefully. it should be included in a paper with some sense of balance and a clear identification of its bias, but it can be read, it can be used, and most importantly, it can be true. stop hating on wikipedia- i don't let my students use wikipedia as a source in their papers, but i tell them to use wikipedia as a working bibliography that links to other sources. i also tell them that it's fine to use as a starting place to generate ideas or to find out some basic information about a topic before determining whether they want to research it further. many of them are absolutely shocked when i say this because they've been told over and over again that wikipedia and "real research" never overlap. but we all know that plenty of information on wikipedia is valid and informative. if we teach students to reject all information on wikipedia outright and they then go and see good information on wikipedia, we're helping to create a culture where good information is rejected. yes, wikipedia (and many other open source sites on the web) are problematic and tricky to use well, but let's just go ahead and embrace that conflict and tension from the beginning. including the "other side" is more than a cursory paragraph- one habit that students are picking up as a direct result of media literacy is to include a paragraph (sometimes two) showing the "other side." this often leads to choppy, disconnected information included in a perfunctory way without any real reflection on what it means for the author's own argument. it's a troubling habit that is being reflected in legitimate news sources all the time as they attempt to appear "fair and balanced" in an increasingly politicized world. but balance isn't a given. some things don't have an equally valid counterpoint. teaching students to hunt for one and then drop it into their papers (whether that's what we meant to teach or not) isn't helping anything. this balance fallacy has to be addressed, and it means that when students investigate the "other side," they're necessarily going to have to also investigate the validity and weight of those viewpoints. i think that these goals in my classroom all reflect one underlying principle: be straightforward and upfront about the chaos and messiness of research and writing. it's only natural to want to present things concisely for students, especially when we're required to evaluate what they produce. we want set standards and hard boundaries. if we teach at an entry level, we reason that students will get more advanced media literacy standards elsewhere, in higher level classes. we do these things in an attempt to make a very difficult topic more manageable for our students, but i think we do them a disservice. if we really want to provide them the tools they need to navigate a messy world, we need to admit its messiness from the very beginning. it might be harder, it might be more frustrating, but it will ultimately serve our students much better in the long run--and that serves us all. images: gary thompson, robin malik, sharyn morrow 0 comments labels: echo chambers, media, news, rhetoric, social media, teaching email thisblogthis!share to twittershare to facebook friday, december 23, 2016 researching as a community college professor i've got a post up over at the university of toronto press blog about researching as a community college professor (it was written in conjunction with an article i published on how narratives of fitness and feminism conflict, which is available here from project muse). here's an excerpt from the blog: see, i didn’t “need” to do research. as a full-time faculty member at a community college, my career trajectory is not welded to scholarship the way it would have been had i pursued a career teaching in a four-year institution. there is no “publish or perish” mandate hanging over my head. while scholarship is celebrated among my colleagues, it is not necessarily expected. what is expected instead are acts much more directly related to the day-to-day function of a community college professor: committee memberships, innovative course design, service to the community, and a substantial teaching load. without the direct incentives and expectations to do independent scholarly research, community college professors face additional external hurdles of time constraints and internal hurdles of motivation. it is the latter that i would like to address here. if you want to read the full post, you can check it out here. 0 comments labels: academia, blogging, community college, research, teaching, writing email thisblogthis!share to twittershare to facebook friday, december 2, 2016 minimalism, peace, and time for fighting anyone who has even a passing familiarity with my blog has probably seen me complaining about housekeeping. it's been a regular feature stretching back over the years here. i've mused about the gender divide in housekeeping and how it impacts negotiations in equally shared parenting. i've wondered about seeing housekeeping as a skill and the gendered ramifications of positioning it as such. i've even written about my attempts to rid myself of this personal struggle through professional means including hiring a professional organizer and seeing a therapist (with whom i then got into a partnership-ending fight about whether or not housekeeping could be a problem). now, these problems are not gone, but i have found the first thing in my entire adult life that seems to be making a difference: minimalism. i got introduced to minimalism as a movement when someone (i can't even remember who) told me to listen to the minimalists podcast. the minimalists are the collective name for a pair of men who left corporate jobs at the age of 30 and have built a pretty significant online following discussing principles of minimalism to simplify and better your life. their work has been shared through the aforementioned podcasts, live tours, books, and a movie. at its core, minimalism is pretty simple: pare down the excess from your life so that you have room for what matters. in practice, this often leads to tips about getting rid of things you already own, buying less, living in smaller houses, and even (as the minimalists did) downsizing things like career and relationships. i've listened to several of their podcasts, and though i often disagree with some of what they say, a lot of it is insightful and inspiring. i'm particularly drawn to the advice that seems to overlap with finding your purpose and making room for life's passions. this is where i should pause and tell you something else about myself. in addition to finding housekeeping overwhelming to the point of needing therapy, there are some other personality quirks that i've either acquired or came hard-wired with at birth. i hate small talk. i hate it, hate it, hate it. i don't want to chit-chat with people about things that neither of us really care about. this description of a small talk-free party that went around earlier this year sounded like heaven to me. want to tell me about your favorite place to shop? what you're going to eat for brunch tomorrow? i'll smile politely while feeling like small animals are trying to burrow out of my throat because i have no idea what to say when it's my turn. want to talk to me about whether or not you think god is real? how you perceive corruption in the criminal justice system? if political parties can be united across an urban-rural divide? exhale. now we're in comfortable territory. i also hate tasks that i know, logically, are no big deal. i hate having to stop and get gas. right now, there is a package slip for a package i have to go pick up from the post office sitting in my dining room, and it feels like a ticking bomb. i bring books to read in the ten minutes i wait in line to pick my daughter up from school. i can't stand downtime. it makes me feel itchy and sick to my stomach. i've read analyses of these quirks in terms of personality "typing" (an infj, if you're the sort who cares about that kind of thing). they say that it maps onto a very goal-driven persona that cares about broad and deep topics that impact humanity. i've also read about them in terms of mental health disorders (anxiety, if you're the sort who cares about that kind of thing). they say that it maps onto defective brain chemistry that makes me unhealthy. whatever the case, i've come to understand that these things are a deep-seated part of who i am. bane or boon, i will always feel like my feet have been set on fire when i have to wait in line for more than three minutes, and i will spend every get-to-know-you chat awkwardly trying to remember the other person's name while internally wishing we were discussing whether or not death is a final state of being. the more i listened to the minimalists, the better i could articulate my problem with housekeeping. it's not the actual work that bothers me. i don't mind physical labor or menial tasks. i have done plenty of both in my life, both for pay and not. the reason that housekeeping (and other generally domestic tasks) sends me into a spiral is that it has no finality. i am deeply, deeply goal oriented. often those goals are lofty and years away, but they are there. that's not the case with the dishes. the dishes will never be done. they will always come back. the floor will always get dirty again, often moments after i have cleaned it. this was also the source of a lot of the postpartum anxiety i experienced while staying home with my kids during my maternity leave. i loved spending time with them. i did not love the never-ending string of chores with no finish line. the diapers went in the bin, in the laundry, folded, in the bin, in the laundry, folded, in the bin, in the laundry, folded . . . and i felt trapped. as the tasks piled on top of one another, they felt like bricks closing in on me. it was the cask of amontillado, but i was my own captor, having imprisoned myself in an endless, self-replicating to-do list. so back to minimalism. i had, in a fit of desperation, previously used the marie kondo advice to purge my home of several useless or outdated items, but i didn't know how to prevent their return. the minimalists were basing their philosophy in the same basic place kondo did: keep what brings you joy, ditch what doesn't. joy, though, is a weird motivator for me, and by that i mean it doesn't particularly motivate me in the long-term. don't get me wrong. i have lots of moments of joy, and i hope to have many, many more, but what gets me up in the morning (and too often keeps me up at night) is not worrying how to be happy; it is worrying how to make a difference--in my discipline, in projecting my values, in my career, in the world. i won't get off on too much of a tangent (tangent? me? never!), but this article about happiness vs. meaning takes a look at this pretty well. so i kept feeling partially motivated by these discussions and then having them fall hollow. i decided to join a few "minimalist" groups on facebook, and something interesting happened. first of all, i want to say that these groups are full of lovely, helpful, kind people. the conversations i see are almost always genuinely rooted in wanting to help one another out for no external motivation other than knowing that we're in a shared condition and have experiences that others could value. what i am about to say about these groups is in no way meant as a criticism of what the people (mostly women, which i'll talk about in a minute) are doing there. the spaces they've created serve a clear purpose, and it's even a purpose that i find helpful for myself and plan to continue visiting. but they didn't provide me the answers i was looking for, and so i am still searching. for one, these groups are almost entirely made up of women. i think this might be true of facebook community pages in general. i've read lots of theories on this: women use facebook more, women are more likely to seek out collective answers, women are more likely to be home and have access to the computer. whatever the case, these are female-centric (and more often than not stay-at-home-mom-centric) spaces. i feel that's probably connected to my next observation. secondly, the version of minimalism that gets the most attention in these groups is one that often gets intertwined with (and perhaps conflated with) concepts like tidiness and frugality. most of the women posting seem primarily motivated to take up "minimalism" as a way to save money or make their homes meet a certain "clean" and "modern" aesthetic standard. i want to stress again that i think there is absolutely nothing wrong with wanting to save money or create a home that reflects your aesthetic tastes. these are absolutely valid reasons to join a facebook group of like-minded supporters and gather tips and advice. there are tons of facebook groups specifically about both of those things, and the "minimalism" layer to it just helps to separate out the specific type of aesthetic and money-saving techniques one might be seeking. there is another more insidious trend in these groups, though, and this one i am pointing to with a critical eye: some people seem to think that because their decorating and money saving endeavors are "minimalist" that they are somehow morally superior choices. it's a high horse. get it? get it?! unpacking all of this (and still personally trying to figure out why minimalism kept tugging at me while not quite finding what i was looking for in these groups and explorations) made me think about the connection of morality to minimalist principles. the minimalists have a post on the topic of religion (certainly not the only source of morality, but a source of morality) and minimalism. they muse that several people have written them praising them for walking the correct path of [insert chosen religion]. people have inaccurately identified them to be christian, buddhist, and muslim. they, for what it's worth, say that they each have very different personal religious beliefs but both find minimalism to have "nothing to do with religion; instead, it was a reaction to the discontentment we experienced after being steeped in consumerism for three decades." so they root their path in a secular adherence to anti-consumerism, and that's fair enough, but their readers aren't just imagining the religious undercurrent to their message. minimalist principles are well-represented in a variety of religious and spiritual places (as another minimalist blogger briefly explores here). philosophical approaches like asceticism and stoicism also have minimalist cores. to place minimalism in conversation with the particular strain of consumerism bred from american capitalism is fine, but i find it much more interesting to trace it through a host of moments separated by religion, geography, and time. minimalism seems to be much more universal and deep when examined through the lens of historical interaction with codes of morality and philosophy. and the thing is that minimalism is not, for most of those philosophical and religious approaches, an end game. it's a means to an end. one does not rid one's self of worldly possessions for the sake of having empty shelves or being able to win a competition to see who can fill the most trash bags to send to goodwill. the ridding of the things is a very early step in the process toward creating a life filled with more important calls upon the energy that previously went into coveting, purchasing, and maintaining those things. when that goal overlaps with moral codes, it is often a way to make space for religious reading, committing acts of faith and service, and otherwise giving one's self to the world. that is why i continue to be drawn to minimalism. i have used the very practical and pragmatic tips to get my house clean and purge it of unnecessary clutter so that it stays that way, and it's wonderful, but it's not wonderful because i can post pictures of my clean sink and feel accomplished. it's wonderful because now instead of dreading doing the dishes, i can spend that time reading the new jim crow and thinking about what i can do to fight a corrupt criminal justice system. the time i spent stuffing clothes into a drawer only to have them explode all over the floor the next time i needed to get dressed can now be spent having meaningful conversations with like-minded friends about the local political races coming up in my city and how we can mobilize to get people to the polls. instead of spending thirty minutes procrastinating about the task, twenty minutes actually cleaning out my car, and another fifteen minutes pouting about having had to do it, i can now plan a better lesson for my students. i would say that it allows me more time to spend dancing with my daughter or reading to my son, but the truth is that i made time for those things already. what was suffering, instead, was my sense of fulfilling my purpose in life, a purpose that i fulfill through my career and my activist work. i don't think that makes me any better than the people who turn to minimalism as a way to make their house pinterest-perfect (and i'll admit that i enjoy looking at their pictures and find them calming and inspiring). even though i'm trying to align my personal moral code with these actions, i am not claiming a moral high ground in doing so. it's simply that, for me, virtually every action i take has to be connected to the longer term goal or i won't do it (or will dread doing it so much that it consumes me). by understanding the task of maintaining the domestic sphere as a means to a more activist and philosophical end, i have finally made it (not easy but) manageable, and i have minimalism (even as it enjoys its pop culture moment) to thank for that. images: john keogh, salimbasar, zoom in tight, 0 comments labels: activism, housekeeping, minimalism, philosophy, religion email thisblogthis!share to twittershare to facebook saturday, november 26, 2016 what gilmore girls teaches us about passion and dreams i was among those looking forward to gilmore girls: a year in the life with great excitement. but i was also looking forward with tempered expectations. i didn't expect the reboot to be able to capture the magic of the original series, and i don't think i was wrong. (spoilers for the entire a year in the life from here on out). i was disappointed with some of the delivery (what was with that forever-long musical sequence, for instance?), and i was left perplexed by those last four words, but that's not my central focus in this response. the four, ninety-minute episodes had a lot to love. the characters felt mostly true to their development, and i didn't feel like the actors were phoning it in. there were plenty of moments tucked in with clear appreciation for the fan base (hello, mr. kim!). it was, to put it one way, clearly a project of passion: the actors', the writers', and the fans'. perhaps that's why approaching an analysis of it as a way to understand passion seems like a natural fit to me. tara seetharam wrote an atlantic piece about the reboot's potential to show a full-circle millennial arc. she smartly places the show as a whole in conversation with its pop culture descendants and concludes with a hopeful tone about what a year in the life can provide: but the return of rory gilmore—a textured, early-aughts character who mostly preceded the scrutiny of her generation—will be a fascinating contribution to this developing narrative. her arc will link her generation’s foundation with its emergence into adulthood in an unprecedented way. in doing so, a year in the life could help make the case for seeing other millennial stories through, from their awkward beginnings to their, hopefully, more enlightened ends. the show definitely handed this "millennial arc" directly, often in a ham-fisted way. the "thirtysomething gang," which is featured in one of the promos for the show and never develops past that caricature, represents rory's worst fears: that she has "come back" home a "loser" without any prospects for the future. the thirtysomethings are infinitely mockable, doe-eyed and lost, spending their nights re-enacting movie scenes while clinging to one another for comfort. sure, they're supposed to be a joke, but it's a joke whose punchline has been repeated again and again in the culture at large: "kids today! am i right?" we don't get any detailed looks at what has placed the members of the thirtysomething gang in their predicament. babette tells us they went out in the world, got chewed up by it, and returned. so were they rejected from jobs? were they unable to make ends meet on their own? were they crushed by student loan debt? we don't know. what we do know is that rory gilmore's similar crisis is mostly of her own making. she is not facing a shortage of opportunities. she has worked steadily, but unsatisfactorily. we see that she's gotten some great writing opportunities (most notably a well-received new yorker piece) which she is unable to successfully transform into a more full-time gig. we watch her struggle through attempts at co-writing a book, pitching pieces to gq, and even taking over the stars hollow gazette as volunteer editor. in each case, she starts out excited by the possibilities and then dejected by the less-than-fantastic reality. this is not new territory for our youngest gilmore. she faced a very similar choice in the final season when she turned down a solid reporting job in the hopes of getting the coveted reston fellowship, a fellowship she did not get. when she tries to double back and take the job, it has already been filled. her decision to chase the passion project instead of taking the safer-but-still-rooted-in-her-field choice was a point of contention between logan and lorelai. lorelai insisted that hedging your bets and making some choices out of concern for stability was a smart move. logan, himself freshly having rejected his father's dynasty for his own idealistic dreams, insists that passion is more important. we could boil it down to "follow your dreams" vs. "use your dreams as a guide, but do it while you're awake with both eyes open." when the original series ended, following her passion (and logan's advice) instead of playing it safe (as lorelai wished) seemed to have steered rory into a good position. she's excited about following barack obama's presidential bid and seems to have the world at her feet. the reboot, though, shows us that things weren't exactly as they seemed. for one, we get a closer look at logan. his bucking the yoke of his father's dynastic intentions seems to have been much more temporary than the conclusion of the series suggested. in a year in the life, he's right back on his father's path, including marrying a french heiress who we never see and who operates as a symbol of logan's subservience to his destiny. while i think we can (and should) debate what this portrayal means through a feminist lens, i'm more interested in this discussion in what it means about logan's previous advice to rory. he told her to follow her dreams no matter what, and he used his own gutsy move as a model, but now we know that at some point he came back in line with his father's demands. did his business fail? did his father have to bail him out . . . again? it's a lot easier to say "fuck the system" when you know that you can always fall back on daddy's money and a life full of safety nets when it goes wrong. rory, too, has safety nets. the brief scene with christopher shows him offering her money. the chilton headmaster offers her a job "in any discipline" teaching at a prestigious private school. she has friends across the world willing to put her up (often in luxurious surroundings) for free. perhaps, then, she's not the best case study for how one should handle the balance of passion and practicality. what, instead, can we learn from those around her? the theme to gilmore girls as a whole is just this: what happens when passion meets reality? when do you bend and what happens if you break? virtually every character represents this theme in some way or another, and a closer look at how the show wraps up their story arc might give us a clearer idea of what overall message we're to receive. like logan, jess and dean exist more as conduits into rory's story than fleshed out characters of their own. with that in mind, what can we learn from their reappearance? dean when rory sees dean in doose's market, she lays out very clearly what he represents to her. "the perfect first boyfriend" functioned to teach her "what safe felt like." we see that dean has gone on to represent that to someone else: a wife now pregnant with her fourth child. his representation of a status quo protectionism is both familiar and comforting, but rory rejected what he represented, and i get the sense that (even if she's nostalgic for what it might have meant) she's still glad that she did. that kind of safety came with more sacrifices than she was willing to make, sacrifices not just of opportunity but also of identity. jess jess, on the other hand, is there to ignite a flame of identity in rory. he's the one who suggests the gilmore girls book project that seems to be rory's raison d'être at the end of the reboot. his longing look at her through the window after his insistence that his love for her is "long over" suggests that she still represents a kind of "one that got away" for him, but what does he represent to us? he, like luke, followed a passion that others didn't see as worthy and made it into a comfortable, if modest, existence. his main role, though, is to be what he has always been: dean's foil. if dean represents the safe and boring extinguishing of rory's individuality, jess represents the steady and bright burning of it. the other supporting characters in the show seems to function as some kind of lesson in what following your dreams can entail. here are the lessons they teach as i see them. lane and zack lane and zack are also millennials, and lane, like logan, bucked a lifetime of tradition and expectations in order to follow her dreams. we see in the original series that those dreams are immediately tempered by the realities of having to make a living (she's waitressing to pay her bills) and family obligations (she finds herself pregnant with twins immediately following her wedding and gives up the opportunity to go on tour because of the logistical nightmare). we already knew, then, that lane represented a cautionary tale when it came to following your dreams. a year in the life gives us an endearing revival of hep alien. domestic life, financial responsibilities, and commitment to rock and roll have braided together to give us zack with a day job he doesn't seem to like ("i didn't ask for this promotion!") and a literal changing of persona in order to go back to his "real" self as a rock star ("is he him yet?"). we see them playing at the secret bar at night, so presumably they are managing the balance in a way that offers some kind of fulfillment, but it certainly isn't the world tours and life of fame that lane dreamed of. the lesson here: scraps of your dreams are better than no dreams at all. sookie probably owing more to the real-life dreams of melissa mccarthy than anything else, sookie's story is . . . odd. she has abandoned her dream of the dragonfly to live an experimental life of tasting dirt (really!) and growing things. she is presented as having followed her passions to the extreme, and she sacrifices a lot to do it. she loses out on her friendships and is incensed to see that "her" kitchen has been sullied by other chefs in her absence. i guess you could see her arc as a success if you squint, but to me it felt mostly like a sad warning: follow your dreams too closely and you'll end up giving up everything you gain along the way. michele michele's story is complicated. he has married, and his husband desperately wants children. michele admits that he is going to give in to this demand without passion. he says that fatherhood, for him, will always be an act. perhaps that's why it becomes so important to him that his work life fully represent his passions since his home life no longer can. he is set to leave the dragonfly unless lorelai finds a way to expand it and give him more responsibility and power. she ultimately ingratiates herself to her mother (something we all know she hates) in order to meet these demands. i guess the lesson from him is something like this: you can't compromise everything. if you give in here, you have to stay firm there. luke luke, in my eyes, is the biggest success story. he literally did exactly what he wanted with his life. he built a diner, rejected anyone else's attempts to make it more than he wanted it to be, and married a woman he loved to spend his days with. his lesson: don't let anyone else tell you what your dream is. paris paris is probably the biggest on-paper success. she runs a fertility empire, and she runs it with her signature iron fist, leaving anyone who dare cross her physically shaking. as we see from the scene in the chilton bathroom, though, she isn't particularly satisfied with the life she built. her divorce from doyle is taking a toll on her, and she even accuses rory of having an affair with him, a clear sign of insecurity. what was paris' passion? in the original series, we see her equally willing to be a lawyer or a doctor, largely based off of the prestige of the institutions willing to accept her. we find out that she has stitched these opportunities together and handles legal and medical issues in her role as fertility director. at the end of the day, though, paris' definition of success has always been determined by someone else. she is the foil to luke, and her ultimate "success" may look a lot better than his, but it rings hollow when struck. her lesson is the same as luke's but told as cautionary tale rather than role model: don't let anyone else tell you what your dream is. (and if you do, you may end up with no dream at all.) obvious omissions from my list are lorelai and emily. as the other titular "gilmore girls," they seem like a good place to close. lorelai lorelai is obviously a case study in success through adversity, and she is clearly struggling with the outcome in a year in the life. after a scrappy, individualistic life of doing things her own way, she got exactly what she said she always wanted. there is a very overt, direct discussion of how she refuses to compromise. her mother mocks her for it, and she points out to luke that everything from how they live to who controls the closet has been decided by her. her wild moment (gag me; my least favorite part of the reboot) has her reflecting on this in a very direct way, and when she returns, she marries luke and agrees to expand the inn, both attempts to put her apparent newfound attitude into action. emily emily has always done what everyone expected of her. her role as richard's wife was largely about keeping up appearances. her home, her clothes, her long list of volunteer duties, the food she prepares, the maids she fires, everything about her is a representation of that role. in the reboot, we see it all come apart when richard is no longer there to anchor it. emily, who famously never kept a maid for longer than an episode and once fired one for walking too loudly, now has one maid's entire family living in her home. in fact, they have largely taken over the place. she gives a "bullshit"-laden rant to the dar and is effectively removed from her duties before selling her house and retreating to her presumable final act as a lively (and kind of scary) docent at a whaling museum. it is absurd, but it is also my favorite part of the show. here is a woman who has worn the weight of other's expectations for her entire life. she has passed that weight along at every chance she's gotten, and now, suddenly, she has decided to rid herself of it all together. marie kondo's tidying tips are lightly mocked in the show, but emily ultimately puts her core principles into practice in a way that goes far beyond ditching some clothes and furniture. if it doesn't bring you joy, get rid of it. in this case, the "it" turned out to mean virtually every part of her life. so what does it all mean? every character, major and minor, followed an arc of dream-seeking with varying degrees of success. what are we, the viewers, supposed to take away from it? and what do those final four words have to do with it? one of lorelai's dreams was to give rory a life different from her own, but when rory reveals that she's pregnant (with either logan's child as he goes off to marry into his destiny or the child of a nameless one-night-stand dressed as a wookie), what happens to lorelai's hopes for her? rory has come full circle and brought us right back where we started. sure, she has more resources than her teenage mother did. she has an education, at least the sprouts of a career, and a whole town full of support. she gets to start out with the things that lorelai had to fight to weave into her single motherhood. lorelai's destiny was to become emily, a persona we now know functioned more as a trap than a success. becoming pregnant with rory was the catalyst for removing herself from that trap, and even though it brought about challenges and delays, lorelai ultimately used her identity as struggling single mother to build the life she wanted. her main lesson is now how to go back and let other people in, to compromise some of those dreams to allow other people's dreams to overlap with hers. rory was never confined to such a destiny. her path was always wide open, so perhaps her own impending single motherhood functions in the opposite way. will she now have a reason to focus? a reason to stop casting off opportunities as insufficient because she finally has some definition? i wish there were some neater message to take away from a show that i have always loved, but ultimately a year in the life left me with more questions than answers. i don't think that was its intention. there were too many on-the-nose lectures and symbols around, but i don't think they ultimately worked. if rory is supposed to stand in as a millennial lesson (a lesson to my generation) on how to live in this world, i don't feel particularly optimistic. (considering how the rest of 2016 has gone, perhaps that's fitting--if disappointing--after all.) 0 comments labels: american dream, gilmore girls, pop culture, television email thisblogthis!share to twittershare to facebook tuesday, november 15, 2016 spines for spine: my book plans as my previous post-election posts have suggested, i'm feeling a little dejected (and a lot angry) right now. i've been in numerous facebook debates about tone policing and the purpose of protest. even many of the brilliant pieces of commentary and analysis shared across social media have been overwhelming me to the point of distraction. i made a vow to spend less time there and more time reading books. that didn't feel quite concrete enough, so i made a plan. starting three days ago, i have a three-book rotation. one nonfiction book to make me reflect on the past and its relationship to the present, one fiction book to make me reflect on my values and the risks to them, and one philosophical text to make me think about the future. as i finish any one of the three, i'm going to replace it with another book that fits the same broad category. here's what i've got going on right now: past to present (nonfiction): michelle alexander's the new jim crow i've already read several pieces on this topic, and i recently watched (and highly recommend) the excellent documentary the 13th around similar issues, but this book is quickly becoming a seminal text on the topic of institutionalized racism and the criminal justice system, so i decided it's high time i dig into it. it helps that an area activist book club chose it as our first read. i'm hoping to be able to have some smart and difficult conversations with insightful people soon, especially as private prison stocks soared once news got around that trump was the president-elect. i anticipate this is a fight that will require constant attention. values and risks (fiction): margaret atwood's the handmaid's tale i should have read this already. i don't know how i made it through so many american literature classes without it ever being a requirement, and i don't know how i have made it through so much feminist exploration since without picking it up on my own, but here we are. i'm reading it now. it is a chilling time to read this for the first time, indeed. what should feel like an absolutely absurd dystopian view of the future surrounding women's rights and the politicizing of women's bodies instead feels like echoes of reality. the future (philosophy): calum chace's the economic singularity there has been a lot of talk about the "forgotten" working class in america, the people who are hoping their manufacturing and labor industry jobs will be returned to them. we have scapegoated (with varying degrees of accuracy) immigrants, globalization, and increased environmental regulations for taking the bread and butter away from "real" americans, but we are not really talking about the fact that we're solidly on our way toward a technological revolution that may well make all jobs obsolete. the working class will be hit first, but everything from transportation to interpretation, from being a lawyer to being a nurse is on its way toward automation. there are plenty of things we need to ask ourselves as this science fiction becomes reality, but one of the concerns is economic: what does the american mantra of "work hard=success" (already inaccurate and used as a tool of oppression) mean when there is no hard work left to do? that's what i'm hoping to think about by reading this book. so those are my reading plans. i'll share any insights i have along the way, but i also welcome suggestions for what to add to each category as i move through these texts. i also welcome conversations from anyone who is also reading these books right now. 0 comments labels: books, crime, female body, feminism, politics, prisons, racism, technology email thisblogthis!share to twittershare to facebook older posts home subscribe to: 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