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Secret Crossings

“The only good thing about borders are the secret crossings.” Once we have our borders as clean and obvious as we can make them, we find Manuel Rivas’s “secret crossings.” In secret crossings, people who are forcibly kept separated by … Continue reading

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“This goes here,” says the doddering king

“An imaginary line gets traced one day by some doddering king in his bed or drawn on the table by powerful men as if they were playing a game of poker… It’s ironic to think of the doddering kings and … Continue reading

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“The Man Cold” meets “Lawrence of Arabia”

I just finished up a weekend of reflection with my fellow Middle East Travel Seminar-ians and remembered that I never posted anything about my Middle East Trip.  So now I am scheduling blog posts over the next several days…  These … Continue reading

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