On crises, fears and the comforts and downfalls of absolute rights and absolute wrongs
Karmela Padavic Callaghan
On buying shoes, performing identities and being uncomfortable
Karmela Padavic Callaghan
A previous version of the August 30th Ultracold newsletter titled “Residue Theorem” incorrectly referenced the murder of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wiscon…
Karmela Padavic Callaghan
On repetition and attaching strings to your joy
Karmela Padavic Callaghan
On teaching physics with optimism despite its bad reputation and what and who physics may actually be for
Karmela Padavic Callaghan
Croatian summers smell like my grandma's recipes. And so does my Brooklyn kitchen.
Karmela Padavic Callaghan
On apocalypse fiction and flexible imaginations
Karmela Padavic Callaghan
On moving, central Illinois, pandemic New York, unreliable memories, live music and the sea
Karmela Padavic Callaghan
On job-hunting, soul-searching, and trying to expand who you think you are
Karmela Padavic Callaghan
On soccer referees, peer review, admissions criteria, fairness and community care
Karmela Padavic Callaghan
On learning to speak English, learning to speak physics and the turmoil over whether we can all agree on what words actually mean
Karmela Padavic Callaghan
New Jersey. Chris Columbus. “Are you going to kill five.” Fake meat. Peach seltzer. “If you are willing to take the chance.” “This one’s Lucas, he’s pa…
Karmela Padavic Callaghan