Sunday, September 6, 2009

Sunday Night Common Sense

I had the privilege to work with Dr. Elsa Barkley Brown when I was in my graduate program. Here is from her article "What Has Happened Here? The Politics of Difference in Women's History and Feminist Politics." She ends her article with this:

Learning to think nonlinearly, asymmetrically, is I believe essential to our intellectual and political developments. A linear history will lead us to a a linear politics and neither will serve us well in an asymmetrical world.

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