Happy New Year to everyone! Though I won’t be back at full-blogging strength until I’m settled back at Carleton (I fly back tomorrow, will be up and running by Tuesday), I do have a rather lengthy post regarding Iowa Law Professor (and Palestine/International Law Expert) Adrien Wing’s trip to Israel, and her observations there. I do issue fair warning on the length (and it starts off rather angry at first as well), but I think it’s worth the read.
I should be receiving several books at Carleton as the New Year hits–including “Assassin’s Gate”, not to be confused with “Prayers for the Assassin” (which I’ll also be receiving), “And We Are Not Saved,” and “Critical Race Theory: The Cutting Edge.” If I’m lucky, I’ll read them. And if you’re lucky (or unlucky, depending on your perspective), I may even review them.
Until then, enjoy the remainder of your holiday, and remember–no matter where you are, the odds are my place is colder (though right now is a heat-wave I’d say).