Posts Tagged ‘Ruth Bader Ginsburg’

In Defense of Lecturing: Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Vladimir Nabokov

A recent article I wrote after the passing of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was just published by the Athenaeum Review. Ginsburg credited this dexterity, and her understanding that language is more than a tool for communicating the semantic meaning, to the time she was an undergraduate at Cornell, where she attended the lectures by one […]