Timmia Hearn Feldman
Hearn Feldman: Art and ‘Avatar’

It’s an age-old story. Several age-old stories: a more technologically advanced and violent civilization invading the world of the nature-loving people who strive to live […]

Hearn Feldman: Defining liberal feminism

I consider myself a liberal feminist. This term comes with a lot of baggage. The trouble is, I don’t think I deserve the skepticism my […]

Hearn Feldman: The rat race to the top

It seems that every administration brings its own moral issue to the forefront of the nation’s mentality. Today health care is the new topic about […]

Hearn Feldman: Reaching the core of liberal arts

Theater, my advisor told me, “is at the heart of a liberal arts education.” At the beginning of this year, I quit the theater studies […]

Hearn Feldman: Colors of self-identification

I shopped a molecular anthropology class, and though I’m not taking it, one moment of that class stands out to me more clearly than any […]

Hearn Feldman: Summer, unromantic

“What did you do this summer?” It’s the question that every returning Yalie asks and is asked hundreds of times in these first couple weeks […]