It is time again for my annual series of reflections. First up, I want to highlight some of my favorite posts to this point in the year. These are not necessarily the best or the best-trafficked, but rather things I wrote that I look back on fondly and think are worth revisiting. This year these fall into three categories.
See also Best* of 2017 and 2016.
Posts about teaching, education, and higher education, topics I spent more time writing about this year than I have in the past.
- More than a numbers game
- Narratives Matter
- AP World History
- College and Industry
- There are no Secret Histories
Personal posts that also reflect somewhat on society at large, including a letter I wrote to my representatives.
- A Metaphorical Wall
- A Dead End Lane
- The America of Our Grandchildren
- Going to Parts Unknown
- Hate in a Digital World
Just one post directly connected to scholarship, talking about the reception of Ancient Greece
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