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The skill set of an art historian- and how to teach it. Part 1: site visits #teachingrenaissance

The blog has had to take a bit of a backseat while term has been going on, but as modules have settled down now for the second semester, now seems as good a chance as any to muse about some of my observations from last term. 1,699 more words


Conservation contributions: The great incidentals of field work

Because I’m in Panama working with birds I thought it would be fitting that I write a post about field work! FYI, we’re under contract with NatGeo not to mention any project specifics (or pictures) without their permission so I’ll be annoyingly vague at times. 545 more words

The tragedies of the wild

A few weeks ago I had a shocking message. Some MNP assistants found a dead monkey and they think it was the alpha female of one of my groups. 353 more words

Day 3 Mixteca jaunt: Of Molting Villages

As we traveled onward, our overnight stay was in San Martin Peras. This village was a white dot on the textile treasure map. Perhaps, I thought, in this burgeoning town there are people making textiles. 917 more words

Oaxacan Textiles

Heavy Lifting and a Productive Week


This has been an incredibly exciting week for us out here in the field. Yesterday, we went to the Las Cascadas formation to collect sediment for washing and sieving. 364 more words


March Meeting Info and More

Smith River Trout Unlimited (SRTU) has a great “How to” Musky & Striper fishing program lined up for you when we meet at Rania’s Restaurant in uptown Martinsville, on Thursday, March 5, 2015 at 6:30 pm. 315 more words


ECE Callista Boat Work, 07/11/2014 for SOES 6060 Key Skills & Applied Coastal Oceanography

By MSC ECE 2014/2015 STUDENT Amy Brittan ECE Callista Boat Work, 07/11/2014

The second field trip of the year for the ECE students tested out their sea legs as they spent the day on the RC Callista sailing up and down the River Itchen, River Test and Southampton Water. 414 more words