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LTWL 114 Quiz 1

LTWL 114, Children’s Literature

Quiz 1

Select two of the following questions and answer them in 400 words each. In order to receive full credit (five points for each answer), you must include relevant direct quotations from the stories (though you don’t need author and page citations). 154 more words


Over the past year, in my role as postdoctoral fellow for the Collaboratory for Ethnographic Design (CoLED), it’s been my great privilege to work with an outstanding array of scholars interested in the intersections and conundrums presented by thinking about ethnography and design. 271 more words


Still Images from the Staged Workshop of I WAS NEVER ALONE

One of the interesting challenges of conducting performance ethnography is learning anew how to document non-text-based happenings that become part of the ethnographic record. The recent staged workshop of I WAS NEVER ALONE, my ethnographic play script, produced an overwhelming barrage of moments of meaning-making and storytelling as actors, directors, lighting and set designs, and our access researcher, came together to create two performances and move the work toward a full staging (the workshop engaged professional actors and MFA theatre student designers in a very short a two week process with light tech and props, but no set. 499 more words


SANDAG Mid-Coast Trolley Groundbreaking Ceremony and Community Celebration

Join Tonya and the E-Team at SANDAG’s Mid-Coast Trolley Groundbreaking Ceremony and Community Celebration on Saturday, October 22nd from 11a-3p at The Preuss School at UCSD.  63 more words

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Review of Aurora

Here is Gregory Benford’s review of Kim Stanley Robinson’s Aurora.

50 Voices of the Future: Paul Niehaus on rethinking ways to eradicate global poverty

In honor of UC San Diego Extension’s first 50 years, 50 Voices of the Future asks thought leaders about the trends, breakthroughs and social advances they foresee over the next 50 years. 720 more words

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