As a Senior English Language Fellow, as great a teacher-trainer gig as I have ever had, Georgetown University and the … Continue reading Traveling 3rd Class in India
Jungle Book, an animated movie based on the stories of Rudyard Kipling, the Taj Majal, and Mohandas (Mahatma) Gandhi are … Continue reading Top Seven Hints for Travel to India
I’m a big woman. I’ve been big, large, abundant, fat, obese, or whatever for a long time, decades. So, I … Continue reading Abondanza – Fitting into a Skinny World
Newspapers are a treasure trove of information and often, good writing. The same cannot be said for all internet sites. … Continue reading In India, Building English Fluency with Newspapers
Originally published on Suite101, October 16, 2011 In a country where higher education is seen as the key to the … Continue reading India: Skin-Whitener Capital of the World – Racist or Whiteist?
Follow this link to a story I recently wrote on a wonderful, take-charge organization in India. http://www.landmarkworldwidenews.com/featured/volunteers-of-i-love-my-city-contribute-instead-of-complaining/ Continue reading Volunteers for “I Love My City” Contribute Instead of Complaining
Spring, 2007 Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India There were 18 cows on the bridge today. No, it wasn’t a … Continue reading Rethinking Education in India