Michelle Rada:I think that mine is the ‘Power to the People’ article by Al Weinrub. I love that one because it’s both pragmatic and visionary. He clearly knows his stuff. It connects the science and the research, both also in the sector, to policy ideas. But then there’s this through line in there about the need to sort of shift our imaginations. To shift the way we think of our work, and of our lives, and of our world, away from a sort of capitalist structures. And so I really liked that it was all encompassing like that. I really, really liked that piece.
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Michelle is Managing Editor at the Nonprofit Quarterly. Prior to joining the editorial team at NPQ, Michelle was Senior Assistant Editor of differences: A Journal of Feminist Cultural Studies, where she continues to serve on the editorial board. From 2019 to 2021, Michelle taught courses on literature, film, psychoanalytic theory, and writing at Emerson College in Boston. She previously held editorial roles at NOVEL: A Forum on Fiction and Political Concepts: A Critical Lexicon. Michelle is a PhD Candidate in English at Brown University, where she has taught writing and literature courses since 2015. Her writing has appeared in various peer-reviewed journals.
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