The thing that really expresses my relationship to reading is the problem of imagining and creating a world. I mean, a world I would like to live in, a world that I can understand and see connected to other worlds.
Like most students, growing up I dreaded history. I thought it was boring. I had no interest in memorizing dates for a standardized test. I was tired of learning the same narrative–that is until I discovered A People’s History of the United States by Howard Zinn. Continue Reading ›