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Imagining King
For this last post, we will read several sermons from late in King’s life and consider how these items from the late 1960s may complicate, nuance, or challenge some of the ways that King has been remembered in public memory since that time. We will a (More)
Ireland & the U.S. South
For your third blog post, we're exploring the relationship between Ireland, the UK, and the U.S. South.  Reading: Quinlan, Kieran. “Introduction.” Strange Kin: Ireland & the American South. LSU Press, 2005. Listening: More)
Picturing Douglass
This week we're reading Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass. Watch: https://www.nga.gov/audio-video/mann-symposium/mann-symposium-part4-video. (More)
William Wells Brown & Clotel
This week we're reading William Wells Brown's Clotel. Supplementary Reading (select one): “Clotel,” Hereford Times (17 December 1853) — Starts on page 215 “W.W. Brown’s New Work,” National Anti-Slavery Standard 31 December 1853 (Review rep (More)
Week 9 : Traditional Chinese Medicine in America: Herbal Medicine and Acupuncture
In this week’s readings, we’re finally starting to get into the some of the more interesting topics of modern CAM, specifically those healing modalities that originate in the East. In all of these readings, I want you to keep an eye to a few dif (More)
Week 6: New Age (Religious) Movements + Holistic Health
We began this semester exploring the social and historical contexts surrounding American relationships with healing and medicine, specifically around the themes of a value of things deemed “natural” and distrust of the medical establishment.  (More)
User Scenario
Karen, a 21-year-old college student is becoming increasingly concerned with making sure she recycles her trash when she buys food in plastic containers around campus. She wants to start recycling more but knows very little about it. Karen decides to (More)
Choice Project is Live!
Whew! Y'all, that took so, SO much time and energy to get together. It's definitely been a labor of love and I hope that shows as you consume it from a student perspective. I find that the courses where I'm introducing a new, somewhat experimental ap (More)
Assignment 2
Tracking Conservation: A Brief Report (More)
Assignment: Adjusting Your EduBlog
On Tuesday I was able to check the status of your EduBlogs, give a bit of feedback on your of your posts, and to reflect on the themes you discussed as a group.  Today, I’d like to alert you to changes to you blogs moving forward -- remember, (More)
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