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Episode 30 - Education in Fiction

March 18th, 2021

Libraries & Literacy

Episode 30 is all about “Education in Fiction” and includes your hosts talking about some of their favorite (and least favorite) teachers in movies, shows, and books. This is a really fun episode! Chelsea shares the Cave Allegory from Plato’s Republic and breaks down parts of Émile by Jean Jacques Rousseau. Katie takes a stand in defense of 13 Reasons Why as she describes how it’s not a book/show that glorifies suicide, but rather a piece that really perfectly shows what guilt and trauma can look like in schools. Chelsea shares her love of Narnia and Katie breaks down all things Matilda and Miss Honey.

Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy -Plato’s Middle Period Metaphysics and Epistemology

Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy – Jean Jacques Rousseau

Wikipedia – Emile

“Too Old for Narnia”: Belief, Fandom, and the End of Wonder” by Matt Mikalatos

Stimulus information for those experiencing homelessness

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