Tag Archives: Remembering London

BREXIT, Identity, and Global Flows

The English (at least the Anglo-Saxon variety) have had an uneasy relationship with the Continent since, say, 1066, so the recent BREXIT vote has been brewing awhile.  Nativism, nationalism, even racism—all these and more have driven this vote, but perhaps … Continue reading

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Remembering London – Part 6: An Early Epilogue

I returned to the United States in mid-December 2000 after a semester teaching abroad.  I left a cold, drizzling London to land in ice-bound, 10-below-zero Chicago.  Linda and I had planned to go straight to Brookfield Zoo to catch its … Continue reading

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Globe Trotting with Deanna

On October 20th many years ago, Linda and I were married in Old Town Chelsea, London.  On October 23rd we picked up our closest friend, Deanna Petersohn, from Heathrow Airport to continue exploring England and France with. Early Friday morning, … Continue reading

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