The Scholar’s Study


The Scholar’s Study reflects clarity of thought and economy of expression.

The Scholar’s Study; Ming Dynasty; I.M. Pei/Suzhou Museum, Suzhou China

A substitute for Facebook, which has become unbearably intrusive and commercial; a way of keeping touch with family, friends, and colleagues; a means to introduce myself to my students; a way to engage with family, friends, colleagues and students in informal dialog.

Find your way around by clicking on a category (right). Newer stuff is under “Recent Posts” and, in time, will be archived to one of the other categories. To return to this (home) page click “” at the top of your window.

You will notice that the “share” buttons providing gateways to Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and Tumbler do not appear; nor does the “Like” button. There are too many trolls out there, even on WordPress; limiting shares and likes maintains a bit of privacy. If you have something to say about what you see here please feel welcome to leave a reply.

Disclaimer: Some of what is on these pages is informed by or reflects my work as a member of the faculty of the Olin Business School at Washington University in St. Louis. However, these pages are not sponsored, hosted, or supported financially by Washington University.

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