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TRUTH, TRUST, NON-FICTION, AND DEMENTIA: CONFLICTS BETWEEN THE HEAD AND THE HEART

Years ago, when I was working on my Master's degree at King's, I wrote this multi-disciplinary paper shortly after my father died. On a whim, I submitted it to a multi-disciplinary journal I saw while perusing Submittable one afternoon, as their upcoming issue aligned well with the subject matter of that paper. Happily, they published it. The online issue launched yesterday, and the print issue will come out in a few months. Please head over to Anastamos to view it here.

In a Time of Broken Masculinity, this is what I want my Male Yoga Clients to Know

I wrote an open letter to my male yoga clients, which Elephant Journal published. Please enjoy! ***** To my male clients: Before beginning this letter, I feel obliged, given the current state of contemporary gender politics, to first note that this is not a letter of sardonic wit, but is, in fact, a letter of genuine appreciation. I recently met a brilliant female scholar at the University of Oxford, and through our conversation, we discovered a shared interest in India. My love of India came not through yoga, but through my husband, as it is the country of his birth. As a result, I have visited places most westerners would never stumble upon—deeply conservative ancestral villages, in which

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