|Clouds on the horizon|
Tutes are traditionally the one place where some very interesting discussion takes place and this semester I'm using the same book for two courses. It is a bit of an experiment but the courses, one on security and one on East Asian politics, draw on themes (I expect) that will be covered in the book. The text is by one of my favourite authors, John Dower and it is a comparison of Pearl Harbor and 9/11, the US occupation of Japan and Iraq. Perhaps controversial, hopefully thought-provoking.
|An angle on breakfast, |
|Tute reading, at 6.12pm|
After class, it is more prep for the next day. The other course. Home at the usual time, via the usual service centre for the Bruce pitstop...
Once semester starts, the patterns are fairly predictable.