Don’t manage your time; manage your priorities, and make one of the top priorities taking care of yourself.
This week, we’ll have what may be the last opportunity in our lifetimes to experience the intersection of Good Friday and the feast of the Annunciation. We invite you to read Kevin Birth’s thoughtful exploration of this calendrical coincidence below, and to consider meditating on John Donne’s poetic exploration of the same coincidence tomorrow, on Good Friday itself.
Anthropologist Kevin Birth explores the church calendar in the second of a two part series.
Why does Easter happen when it does? Anthropologist Kevin Birth explores the church calendar in the first of a two part series.
This is the final post in Kevin Birth’s series, What I Wish I’d Known about Faculty Life. Previously: Departmental Politics, Teaching the Curriculum, The Tenure Track. It was one of those gloomy days when even a cup of coffee had no warming effect. Edward and Gretchen were chatting in one of the college’s cafés. Fitting […]