|Re:Conference Opportunity! - "Suburban Studies"||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Fifomonday (Fifomondayaol.com)|
|Date: Thu, 25 May 2000 20:44:48 -0600 (MDT)|
vmoreland [at] mindspring.com (Ginny Moreland) wrote: "Okay, here's one for all you lurking graduate students, writers, professors, consultants and others with an academic bent. The following call for papers crossed my desk today in hard copy and I'm passing on the text which I got from one of the conference organizers. She didn't know what cohousing was, but she sounded intrigued . . ". I don't know what to conclude from this: Either acadamia only talks to itself and is out of contact with the real world, or cohousing has not done enough to spread the gospel. Maybe some of both. But thank you, Ginny Moreland, for making us aware. I wonder is there perhaps an opportunity for some targeted promotion (by TCN perhaps?) of cohousing to academia -- say the Architecture and the Sociology Departments of every school in the country? Michael Barrett Liberty Village Cohousing Libertytown, MD www.libertyvillage.com Where two homes are occupied, foundations are being poured and holes are being dug for more.
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