By Frederic Reamer
Providence, RI – All of us have just endured a remarkable - and remarkably long - presidential campaign that was filled with partisanship wrestling and, at times, rapprochement, or fence mending. Eric Bronner reminds us that partisan tensions sometimes run much deeper than political debate. Indeed, often we find partisan strain in our own lives . . . in our own families and our most intimate relationships. And here, too, diplomacy matters.
Originally from Louisville, Kentucky, Bronner has lived in RI since 1985, now in Riverside. He is a faculty member at Roger Williams University and Salve Regina University, and sings opera locally, regionally and nationally. Bronner teaches voice, public speaking, aesthetics, and music education courses.