As a matter of fact, we developed a relevant awareness of the world, which is now — more than ever — required to understand contemporary issues and their dynamics. And it was precisely this aspect which thrilled our editorial staff of teenagers from Friuli Venezia Giulia, forced to stay at home due to the pandemic, but focused on diverse nations, using technology to interview the ones we would had never imagined reaching.
my husband even asked me who I was, and that made me sink into my deepest memories, to when I had no name. He was lost. It is no longer a life, if you take away the lucidity, you take away the thought of man, he no longer exists. Memory is everything, memory is life: it is past, present and future, it is everything. It’s existence.
Those who speak more than one language certainly have greater mental agility than those who speak only one.
Imitation is such an important aspect of mirroring behavior: it’s fundamental for empathy, self-awareness, for learning, and hence for the transmission of culture.
A number of other impactmania interviews have been cited in books and reports (published by university presses: Duke, Harvard, Cambridge, etc.). We are grateful impactmania’s work is recognized, cited, and shared. And most importantly, that we bring balance in the stories we tell and the people we feature!
COVID made many of us DIGITAL NOMADS overnight — through the means of technology working location independently. It will take collaboration to create a more equitable world — acknowledging and celebrating the positive impacts of those across sectors, industries, and cultures is critical.
Aerospace Trailblazers, recently released by Springer Publishing, with a profile of scientist Tresa Pollock. The original in-depth impactmania interview formed a foundation for the feature! Reference # 28.