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Jennifer Popiel, Ph.D.
18th & 19th century France and the Atlantic, esp. material culture, gender, religion. Also pedagogy, Catholicism, St. Louis, and family. Opinions mine.
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Jennifer Popiel, Ph.D. Apr 5
Replying to @ParisNoire @Laprofmme
Learned this one from . ;)
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Jennifer Popiel, Ph.D. Apr 4
Watched Onward with my youngest two this evening. Some sobbing. Be warned: this movie inspires lots of big emotions.
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Jennifer Popiel, Ph.D. Apr 4
I can sound like an even more effective parent (trust me; mostly appearances): my youngest was in my room tonight going over a list of extra chores so she can earn more money: cleaning baseboards, matching socks, washing windows, cleaning glass doors, etc.
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Jennifer Popiel, Ph.D. Apr 4
Oh, I delegate, too. Youngest cleaned one bathroom. Middle daughter helped make ice cream. I did laundry (but so did they). I made bread; they ate it. Oldest kid helped with chandelier (a little) and oldest daughter transplanted plants. Six of us: we need to be a team.
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Jennifer Popiel, Ph.D. Apr 4
FIL turns 90 this week. We live 15 mins away. Ideas for social distancing celebration that don't require a trip to the store? We have roll of paper. Sidewalk chalk. Maybe latex balloons and streamers. 4 sneaky kids. Kind of. They'll giggle while carrying out any plan.
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Jennifer Popiel, Ph.D. Apr 4
Replying to @ParisNoire
Made bread. Cleaned chandelier. Made ice cream. Did laundry. Cleaned bathroom. Mopped floor. So. No.
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Jennifer Popiel, Ph.D. Apr 4
What the actual...
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Jennifer Popiel, Ph.D. Apr 3
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Jennifer Popiel, Ph.D. Apr 3
Replying to @VivintHome @NCFDD
The food was delicious (really!) and the 15 min delay was all we needed to regroup. (Plus, let's be honest, any dinner someone else cooks is a win, amirite?)
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Jennifer Popiel, Ph.D. Apr 3
I want you to know that, as recommended by my master coach, each of our four kids is taking a night each week during quarantine to cook dinner. It is awesome. We did have to tell that there was no fire twice yesterday. (Chix&Waffles. Werf.)
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Jennifer Popiel, Ph.D. Apr 3
Squirrels playing with a pineapple dog toy in the backyard
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Jennifer Popiel, Ph.D. Apr 3
For sheer want to kill him, obv. Rousseau. For AITA, pretty much all the saintly women who would do all the work with no complaining and make me feel really morally inadequate.
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Jennifer Popiel, Ph.D. Apr 3
So easy didn't even have to pause :)
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Jennifer Popiel, Ph.D. Apr 3
Our parish priest just called our home to check in on us. God bless him and all those who are currently ministering.
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Jennifer Popiel, Ph.D. Apr 1
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Jennifer Popiel, Ph.D. Apr 1
Replying to @JenniferPopiel
So well-deserved. Smart, thoroughly researched, well- written. (She also happens to be an amazing teacher.)
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Jennifer Popiel, Ph.D. Apr 1
Congratulations to Dr. Beth Petitjean (SLU PhD, 2019), who has been awarded the CAS Distinguished Dissertation Award. Her dissertation, entitled "The Baths and the Medici: Taking the waters in Grand Ducal Tuscany," explores communities of care and early modern aquatic tourism.
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Jennifer Popiel, Ph.D. Mar 30
Replying to @MeghanKRoberts
No, sounds like he had a fall. But I am still heartbroken at the loss.
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Jennifer Popiel, Ph.D. Mar 30
Replying to @JuliaGaffield
I'm sorry he broke his leg. YOU are still doing great, Julia!
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Jennifer Popiel, Ph.D. Mar 30
No, that was just my daughter making her summer plans; she gets a little out of control ;)
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