Tag: Laura Goodin

Guest post – Laura Goodin

Laura gave me this a while ago, and my life intervened. It is, thankfully, well worth the wait. Thrillingly Obnoxious: Agency, Empathy, and Enlightenment in Harriet the Spy by Laura E. Goodin, Ph.D. W. Aust. In 1964, Harriet the Spy, by socially unconventional author Louise Fitzhugh (Horning 2005), was published to mixed reactions (Morris 2017). …

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Laura Goodin – Women’s History Month

I figured I’d been pretty brave to up stakes and move halfway around the world with my husband and our two-week-old baby, far from everybody I’d ever known and loved. And I had; I’ll cheerfully admit that. It was really hard, and it required a lot of fortitude to fight through the loneliness and exhaustion …

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