Tag Archives: diversity work

Hard

Hard. Just one word. It seems to say it. It seems to convey what I have been describing in describing diversity work. In my previous post, “Practical Phenomenology,” I returned to (what might be called) the metaphor of “the brick … Continue reading

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Practical Phenomenology

In the conclusion to On Being Included, I offered a way of thinking about diversity work as a phenomenological practice. It is an idea I will come back to in Living a Feminist Life (though I will probably use different … Continue reading

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Imposition

You know that feeling when you arrive into a room and you feel like you are imposing? Say you end up with a group of people who know each other really well. Everyone is polite and attentive. And then the conversation … Continue reading

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