Change is inevitable, we are told. A job is lost, a couple falls in
love, children leave home, an addict joins Narcotics Anonymous, two
nations go to war, a family member's health deteriorates, a baby is
born, a universal health care bill is voted into law. Life
comprises events over which we have considerable, partial, or
little or no control. The distance between the event and our daily
lives suggests a quirky spatial politics. Our lives move... more...