Engaging with Discomfort

Death is not just the end of life; death is also a complex and cultural phenomenon. As such, the shifting boundaries between life and death call for a reexamination of existing social norms and practices and the various educational resources surrounding death and...

Going on the Journey of Learning to Respect Our Elders

Growing up in the United States, in a predominantly white neighborhood and attending predominantly white schools, I experienced an identity crisis in my youth: I wanted to be Caucasian. I wanted to disconnect myself from my Chinese roots. I perceived all Chinese...

Eating Your Homework

One Family’s Intersections of Science, Place, Foodways, and Education by Lisa L. Higgins and Katherine Haag Rogers My son thinks he will be considered a man when he learns to make my hummus and his father’s mustard recipe1. —Kate Haag Rogers When families merge, they...