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Tag Archives: socialism
Río San Juan Redux
Posted on January 6, 2015 by einsler
The Río San Juan was the first stop on me and my parents’ trip through Nicaragua. We flew to San Carlos from Managua, and from there set off for El Castillo. The Río San Juan is Nicaragua’s southern border with Costa Rica. … Continue reading →
Posted in Philosophy, Travel, Vlog | Tagged American Revolution, Apocalypse Now, Apocalypse Now Redux, archipelago, art, Bartola, Bartola River, Britain, castle, Catholic, Catholicism, church, Communism, cooperative, Costa Rica, d'Escoto, El Castillo, El Salvador, England, Ernesto Cardenal, fort, France, Granada, Jamaica, Lake Nicaragua, liberation theology, mass, Napoleon, Nelson, New York Times, Nicaragua, NY Times, pirate, pirates, Pope, Pope Francis, Pope John Paul II, primitivism, rapids, Revolutionary War, Rio San Juan, river, sacrament, sacraments, San Juan River, socialism, Solentiname, Solentiname Islands, Spain, Spanish, The Church, war | 5 Comments
The “Pussification” of the Peace Corps
Posted on May 12, 2014 by einsler
One of the first books that I read back in September after being invited to serve in the Peace Corps in Nicaragua was a book called, The Gringo: A Memoir. It tells the story of a recent Peace Corps Volunteer in Ecuador … Continue reading →
Posted in Books, Peace Corps, Philosophy, Teaching, Training | Tagged camp, Camp Shohola, Communism, Cuerpo de Paz, Freire, gringo, Herbert Marcuse, Marcuse, Marxism, Nicaragua, One Dimensional Man, Paulo Freire, Peace Corps, pedagogy, Pedagogy of the Oppressed, pussification, Shohola, socialism, The Gringo, trainee, training, Uncle Larry, United States Peace Corps, US Peace Corps | 3 Comments