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Artpace and the Artistic Trifecta

Towards the middle of the semester our Art Criticism and Writing class attended a guest lecture by the three featured artists that would be showing at Artpace in San Antonio Texas. 352 mots de plus


Lecture recap: "James Hogg and Illness Narratives in a Scottish Context"

With Megan Coyer, Arden Hegele, and Cristobal Silva

The fall semester’s Explorations in Medical Humanities series capped with a lecture from Dr. Megan Coyer (Lecturer in English Literature at the University of Glasgow) on the subject of illness narratives and James Hogg’s 1823 novel, The Three Perils of Woman; or, Love, Erasing, and Jealousy, with relation to Edinburgh’s active periodical culture at the time of Hogg’s writing. 536 mots de plus


week 14: does tv ever end?

Spoiler Alert: This is the TVDM 201 semester finale [Google Slides]

Twitter Free-for-all| #tvdm201 (#tvfinales)

The growing intellectual currency of television has altered the cultural conversation in fundamental ways.

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Agricultural Inefficiencies

Today I will focus on the distribution model for modern farming. In previous posts I mentioned agriculture being the biggest consumer of water in the world. 324 mots de plus


Week 15: That's a Wrap

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Lecture - Helvetica

In my lecture, the topic was Helvetica. I have known this type for a very long time having it being one of the most influential and most known type to this day. 299 mots de plus


Lecture - Type

Today in my lecture I have looked into Type. I was really excited when I heard about this lecture, I am fascinated by type. I love how commercials can work with kinetic type in order to create something really professional from the use of shapes and lines. 453 mots de plus