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We Will Learn These Things Together

Oh wow. This just made my week. Jennifer Rensenbrink, author of the New Liberal Arts entry on home economics (which is here and which you’ll also be able to get in book form, uh, soon) is writing a new blog about — you guessed it — New Home Economics.

My recommendation? Subscribe immediately.

April 17, 2009 / Uncategorized

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Joanna says…

Done! discovering this blog has made my day! I am trying to teach about these topics in the context of relations between the U.S. and Latin America in a Spanish department. We’re wrestling with the fact that Spanish is the de facto second national language, and the old “foreign language” linguistics and literature model neither matches what we actually do or what our students want. An crucial dimension of any new liberal arts endeavor, for me, is that it should be multilingual.

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