Pan’s Labyrinth tells us we live within two worlds: one informs and changes the other.
The overstated, mythic creation of those who would want it so—men do not fight for
Joyeux Noel (“Merry Christmas”) finds a moment of grace in a landscape of evil.
Tsotsi (the word for “gangster” in South African Soweto) is change personified.
Borders and Barnes & Noble have ever-increasing sections on leadership. It seems every famous sports figure or Fortune 500 business
Some authors write from the vantage point of research. Others communicate only their experience. One has the distinct impression from
Educators are dependent upon the work of others who establish models, theories, and axioms for our classroom teaching. As Christian