An Autoethnography of Collegium – Day Four

Day 4: Tuesday, June 24th Sometimes you have to get so tired -- you have to so completely bump up against your body's limitations -- to be able to overcome those limitations, feel good about the success, and develop new ones. That lovely sentiment being said -- I am really tired.  Many of us are.  … Continue reading An Autoethnography of Collegium – Day Four

An Autoethnography of Collegium – Day Three

Day 3: Monday, June 23rd The reason I came to Collegium is for a specific purpose, one that could potentially help my university.  So it is interesting that what I have gotten out of it so far has been more relevant to a research project that has been in the back of my mind for … Continue reading An Autoethnography of Collegium – Day Three

An Autoethnography of Collegium – Day Two

Day 2: Sunday, June 22nd On the topic of mass... I am still uncomfortable joining in on the spiritual sessions and Catholic Eucharist ceremonies that are scheduled for this colloquium.  I feel like an intruder, an interloper, a negative presence.  There is nothing that anyone here has said or done that has made me feel … Continue reading An Autoethnography of Collegium – Day Two