Sheila Cordner, Ph.D. teaches literature at Boston University and lives in the Boston area with her husband and two young children. Her passion is to share her love of the classics with a broad and diverse audience. Previously, Sheila has
We are continuing the soft launch of the YouTube channel for our beloved friend and wildlife conservationist, Manoj Gautam, who is currently director at the Jane Goodall Institute of Nepal. Several powerful new videos have been added, so check them out!
The Magical Mystical Abracadabracal Daniel McDougal McDouglas McFly “I dedicate this work to my mother, Susan, who always encouraged me to draw.” I was born in Austin Texas, in August of 1986. I grew up in Westlake, an upper-middle class
Certified Permaculture Specialist The Mystical Magical Abracadabracal Daniel McDougal McDouglas McFly “Learning and teaching permaculture is my gift to my children and their generation.” I spent most of my childhood climbing trees & building forts in the Piney Woods region of East
“This series is dedicated to my parents Sophia and Theodoros, who instilled in me the love of ancient Greece.” Maria Kamoulakou-Marangoudakis was born and raised in Athens, Greece, where the ancient art and architecture surrounding her captured her imagination in early childhood. She
Peeragogy Project instigator and internet pioneer Howard Rheingold‘s 2002 book, Smart Mobs, was acclaimed as a prescient forecast of the always-on era. In 2005, he taught a course at Stanford University on A Literacy of Cooperation, part of a