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You Can't 'Apply' The Training

Article from a 1978 Graduate Review, “Viewpoint: You Can’t ‘Apply’ The est Training.

…When I became a department chairman, shortly after taking the est training, I knew that what I had learned in the training could be applied to academic administration. 125 more words

Werner Erhard

Harvard Professor Releases New Volume on Urbanization

Harvard Graduate School of Design Professor Neil Brenner has recently released a new publication, Implosions/Explosions: Towards a Study of Planetary Urbanization (Berlin: Jovis, 2014).  The volume includes essays exploring the implications of… 39 more words

Urban Planning

Spring 2014

The Lincoln Journal

Hey everybody, it’s me, Joseph. I’m excited to announce that our first issue of The Lincoln Journal is FINALLY going live! Simply click the link above to download a copy for yourself! 365 more words


Narthanam - SPIC MACAY Special, decked with Sreeni's photo captures

NARTHANAM’s (a respected quarterly journal on Indian Dance) special issue, dedicated to the movement of SPIC MACAY is out!

Sincere bow to the movement of SPIC MACAY (Society for promotion of Indian Classical Music and culture among youth) for kindling the love for music, dance, culture and heritage. 69 more words


A South Kadorian Romance

A South Kadorian Romance

This story is part of the Nimwë College Cycle setting the background of one of the prominent characters in the cycle. The Nimwë College Cycle is a team project to be published as a book by the Sun Daughter Press at a later date. 4,976 more words


The Adventure of the Crystal Staff

The Adventure of the Crystal Staff

The great bell struck the quarter-hour. Fifteen minutes to tea-time. Annalinde was the name of the bell, although many people assumed it to be the name of the clock on the tallest spire of Queen Mayanna House. 10,866 more words


The beauty of Taschen facsimiles

I really do not know how how Taschen manage it – or why, if they can, other publishers cannot. They seem to have the monopoly on the production of (relatively) affordable reproductions of visually-rich works of historic interest. 184 more words