Fall 2016 Table of Contents
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Yom Kippur’s Call for Environmental Repentance: Overcoming Social Sin
The Sixth Day of Creation: Dominion and the Factory Settings
POLITICS AND SOCIETY
From Occupy to the Occupation: Indeterminate Temporariness
A Common Experience
SPECIAL SECTION: TRANSFORMING EDUCATION
For the past thirty years we’ve frequently run articles about the relationship between our education system and the distortions in consciousness of Americans as reflected in our politics, economy, wars, poverty, and hatreds of various ‘demeaned others’ of society. In this special section we continue that discussion and give special thanks to Erik Gleibermann who helped us find some of those writers in this section who have not previously appeared in Tikkun magazine. Please note that you will also find other articles for this section that appear only on the homepage of our website www.tikkun.org. Those online-only writers include educator Robert Nash, among many others!
Defending Educators in an Age of Neoliberal Tyranny
HENRY A. GIROUX
A Curriculum of Love
Vitamin N For the Soul
Terra Nova, Tamera, and the Healing of Love: Viable Pathway for a Planetary Tikkun?
Terra Nova: Global Revolution and the Healing of Love, by Dieter Duhm, Review by Martin Winecki
Alphabet Poem by Anita Barrows
A Gloss on Genesis 1:26 by Jon Swan
Elegy for Lillian by Stanley Moss
Reflections on Destin’s Backwards-Brain Bicycle by Jon Swan
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