Monthly Archives: August 2014

Remembering Kenneth E. Bock

Note:  Word was circulated yesterday from Berkeley’s sociology department of the passing of Ken Bock on August 9, 2014.  He died at his home in Grass Valley.  Everybody, I hope, especially remembers at least one teacher for the deep and … Continue reading

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Sobering stuff: Baltimore long-term study finds little social mobility

Article, published at nprEd, is available here.

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Sculptor Douglas Tilden and a notable coincidence

Note:  Story involving the photo, below, to follow in a few days.

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