In today’s discussion forum, we had to find any important information about our topic for the lab report we have to write soon. I found new important information in Forbes magazine on how Waze is getting upgrading […]
On April 30th please join in a collective moment of exchanges in the event Environmental Psychologists Responding to COVID: Re-creating Assignments in a Context of Global Crisis organized by Erin Lilli and […]
For this reflection, I started to write about how the funds that colleges which are designated as HSIs receive are allocated to various priorities and departments and whether those allocations were equitable […]
The generative tensions from the Lumina podcast and HSI critique, plus the underscoring of interdisciplinary fields in the Rivera/Nadal piece, remind me of Ferguson and some other American Studies scholars […]
This past week has been productive and quite eventful. I took on the task of creating visual images of each team member’s definition of Mapping Cemeteries, which will be included on our Making Mapping Ce […]
Tabitha Soren discusses journalism and art as different kinds of storytelling and her embrace of more complex notions of truth over time. Carroll Dunham considers the power and limits of painting and its ability to materialize both personal and historical visions of the world.