Two Hits, One Day: Against Empathy & Intercultural framing

For some reason, I ended up reading two articles today that argue against two things I hold dear: empathy and Intercultural le

Learning Goals for Humanity: Invite Students to Break Your Heart Ok, I didn’t actually literally invite this. But it’s what is happening an

Chicken/egg reflections on intercultural maturity, criticality, & open-connectedness

Humor is contextual, isn’t it? My dad was an avid reader of Archie comics and MAD magazine. By the time I was 7 I was go

Even in my shoes, you’re still you: on autoethnography

I’ve always had issues with the expression to “put yourself in my shoes”. It’s overly simplistic, it a

I _____ therefore I am human

What does it mean to be human? I posted something on facebook recently and a friend said, “we are losing our humanity

Role play or “acting” to promote empathy?

I think about empathy a lot, it’s one of those things that’s a “research area” for me that I have not

Too much empathy will kill you

Empathy is something I think about a lot. I wonder why it is so strong in some people and yet almost totally absent in others.

The role of power, social justice and empathy in our perception of cheating vs learning

I’m here trying to tie some of the ideas of #rhizo14 into a physical event I will be part of in a few hours. I’ll

Does Ideology Prevent Empathy?

This is my third post on the topic of empathy. WordPress recommended I look at some other blogs that discussed issues of empat

Annotated resources on empathy

I found two good videos about empathy on YouTube (both by RSA) This first is Jeremy Rifkin describing empathy as a biological