Yvonne and the Squirrel, or: the difference between critical humour and wanton sexism

Hello my dears. I’m here with you today to talk about something that I honestly struggle to find the words for because I can’t believe this needs to be said at all: that critical humor and wanton sexism are not the same thing. Yesterday I went to see absolutely the worst opera in existence and … Continue reading Yvonne and the Squirrel, or: the difference between critical humour and wanton sexism

ON PARADOXES IN CATHOLIC THEOLOGY: GOOD OMENS & FRAUENMYSTIK

It's been a long while since I've written anything, owing to the fact that I have been drowning myself in dissertation research lately. But now I have a bit of a break & an excess of knowledge and since I've started thinking about beginning writing my diss, I need to explode some thoughts out into … Continue reading ON PARADOXES IN CATHOLIC THEOLOGY: GOOD OMENS & FRAUENMYSTIK

Notre-Dame de Paris

Image from iscoasensios.tumblr.com That great treasure of gothic architecture, renowned and immortalized by generations of readers and visitors, was devoured by flames on the 15. April (More detailed reports about the fire itself can be found here: BBC, CBSN, CBS). Once a medieval city crammed with churches and abounding with the tolling of bells, Paris’s … Continue reading Notre-Dame de Paris