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Stanford humanities professor Robert Harrison has a great online podcast, Entitled Opinons, that discusses various aspects of the Humanities. Robert Harrison is a Dante specialist, but he is also very interested in people’s relationships with the Earth. His enthralling books Gardens: … Continue reading
Evacuation of dead Mountain Gorillas, Virunga National Park, Eastern Congo by Brent Stirton, South Africa. Winner Contemporary Issues: 1st prize singles from World Press Photo. Brent Stirton has more photos on his website, and on his blog.