Monthly Archives: November 2011

Food Insecurity in Montpelier, Vermont

Last night at the meeting with some folks from church (yes I am one of those areligious folks who goes to church but let’s stay on point), someone raised the issue of the “problem of people stealing food” from the … Continue reading

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Characterizing heterogeneity

I am trying to improve chapter 6. In the book I argue that there is a multicultural epistemological orientation and praxis that 1: provide a definition of moral/civic community that can include diverse newcomers and characterize new groups as worthy … Continue reading

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Heading to Växjö, Sweden

In January the family and I will be landing in Växjö, Sweden, where I will join a team of researchers studying the multicultural incorporation of immigrants in Sweden. You can find out more about the project here. Right now we … Continue reading

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