I recently realized that I had a printed copy of an interview my mother did with my great grandmother Antonia Montosa Juanes. She is a Hawaiian Spaniard, born to Spanish parents in Makaweli, Hawaii. I always knew she was a Spaniard, but it has recently come to my attention that Hawaiian Spaniards are part of... Continue Reading →
Interview With EMILY J. PETERSEN Just in case you wanted to know more about me, check out the interview I did with blogger Kenyona R. Copeland.
As you know, I've been working on a Ph.D. in technical and professional communication. I've finally hit dissertation phase, and I'm looking for participants. Here's the official call: As part of my current research for my dissertation at Utah State University, I’m conducting a study about women’s work experiences in the field of technical and... Continue Reading →
The only thing I asked Alexander McCall Smith when I met him was: “Is the book by Clovis Andersen, The Principles of Private Detection, a real book?” If you’re familiar with the No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency, then you know exactly what I’m talking about. It’s the book Mma Ramotswe uses to guide all of... Continue Reading →