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Fab does// Bolivia's ‘spaceship architecture’

I recently came across some incredibly interesting images of some architecture in Bolivia that has come to be known as ‘spaceship architecture’. Essentially indigenous people have come into money and as a result of this have created contemporary architecture using motifs and elements from andean culture. 271 more words

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Old stories can have the power to move people....

“The story of Lost Bird is a vivid illustration of how a faded old photograph, over a century old, can have the power to move people to make discoveries long after the subject and the photographer are dead.  36 more words

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Iran Musings: Stories and Memories from the Iranian Diaspora

edited by Leila Emery & Katherine Whitney

(with an introduction by Persis Karim)

Seeking creative nonfiction (personal essays or memoir) pieces, preferably as yet unpublished, that address the experiences of Iranians in the US and their connections and disconnections to Iran and its culture. 142 more words

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HOPE Standard H4- Internship

H4 – Honor family/community involvement in the learning process.
Teacher candidates inform, involve, and collaborate with families/neighborhoods, and communities in each student’s educational process, including using information about student cultural identity, achievement and performance. 355 more words

Bordering Two Cultures As A BBC (British Born Chinese)

It occurred to me the other day that I love clinging to a sense of anonymity when I write, straying away from vast commentaries on my life or intimate personal details. 830 more words

Dialogue: 10 Reasons You Shouldn't Date A Mexican Man

Last week, Trisha Velarmino penned an article, “10 Reasons You Shouldn’t Date A Mexican Man.” Upon being reported to Thought Catalog’s content gate, changes were made to the title and main points, while the original article was made available to showcase a timeline of events. 1,399 more words

Hatice Sitki Researcher Profile

Dr. Hatice Sitki is the founder and principal consultant of SERSA, National Myths and Symbols Consultancy. She has a Phd in Communication from Deakin University, as well as an MA and BA in Communication from the University of Canberra. 225 more words

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