Friedrich, Caspar David. Wanderer above the Sea of Fog. c 1817. Dear Friends, For deeply personal reasons which I have alluded, it has been a struggle to maintain this blog with the regularity I desire and the enthusiasm with which I started. Still, I have news to share. I have completed my degree program in social … Continue reading “I [Have], with God’s Help”: Making Sense of My Time with a Cult, Part II
https://www.nytimes.com/2022/10/03/us/nyu-organic-chemistry-petition.html Stephanie Saul reports in this New York Times article: "In the field of organic chemistry, Maitland Jones Jr. has a storied reputation. He taught the subject for decades, first at Princeton and then at New York University, and wrote an influential textbook. He received awards for his teaching, as well as recognition as one … Continue reading Not everyone goes to Harvard: Education is an investment, not a product.
My interest in the abandoned village of Egypt Mills began when family history research led me to look for the Valley View, or Swartwood, Cemetery not far down the road on Route 209 in Bushkill, Lehman Township, Pike County, Pennsylvania. According to information provided by the National Park Service, the land was settled in the … Continue reading My Egypt Mills Project