Wednesday, March 31, 2021

Reading Rat - March 2021

Articles, Essays, Reviews

Clara B. Borkowicz R.I.P., neighbor c. 1955-68, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Fanon Can’t Save You Now, by Todd Cronan, review of The Political Writings from 'Alienation and Freedom', by Frantz Fanon, Los Angeles Review of Books

The Most Underrated Building in Milwaukee Is in Need of Renovation: The A.O. Smith Research Tower was the first of its kind, by Lindsey Anderson, Milwaukee Magazine

The Path to Self-Actualization: Psychologist Abraham Maslow ’30, MA’31, PhD’34 showed how people reach their full potential, by Cindy Foss, On Wisconsin

Carrie-Ann Biondi on the Value of Socratic Learning, Conversations with Marsha, The Great Connections

1953’s Opening Day Was One for the Ages: Every season starts somewhere, but Milwaukee’s biggest opening day came in 1953 with the Braves’ first game in Milwaukee, by John Gurda, Milwaukee Magazine

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