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Changing Faces - Interpretaion

Today’s session was very useful, it allowed us to be more independent but still working cooperatively with others on our projects. I felt overall the session helped me push my project forward, see where I need to at with my work and this also meant I was doing more work adding to it using questions asked about my work. 195 more words


Something to Think About: 4

[G]etting it right is not the antithesis of getting it wrong. Rather, knowing happens when we simply get itGetting it… 93 more words


doubt creeps from the pen

leaves its tracks on the page

a form of ambiguous grammar

possibly poetry possibly prose

no one readily knows

and yet all may take license… 63 more words


3 Takeaways from “Interpreting Slavery: Building a Theoretical Foundation”

Last week a number of coworkers and I participated in a webinar hosted by the American Association for State and Local History on interpreting slavery at historic homes, plantations, and battlefields. 47 more words


Recontextualizing Meaning

Jonathan L. Friedmann, Ph.D.

Ray Bradbury’s 1953 dystopian novel Fahrenheit 451 tells of a near-future society where books are banned and “firemen” search out and burn literary contraband. 588 more words


"The Beatles Are/Were Bigger Than Christ." (John Lennon)

Many who had previously liked the Beatles were highly offended by this statement.

But John Lennon was correct.

Think about it this way …

How many 14 year-olds are on their knees crying for salvation which can only come through their connection with the Beatles? 17 more words


Analysis: The Passionate Shepherd to his Love (Christopher Marlowe)

The theme is love.

Love: romanticised

  • nature imagery
  • speaker is in third person: personal
  • delicacy, intricacy, beauty

An abundance of nature imagery serves to romanticise the idea of love. 365 more words