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in conclusion…

Hello, everyone. First, I would like to say I am impressed with the final presentations thus far—very strong and interesting. I hope that this course has helped in giving you a more critical view of your process and practice. I … Continue reading

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Final Presentation Schedule

Below is the schedule for final presentations. Please come early and set up prior to class on the day you are presenting. You will give a 5-10 minute presentation. We will keep time so please rehearse and find a way … Continue reading

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Posting for Global Now assignments is now closed.

Week 12 was the last week to submit the Global Now assignments. As we discussed (a number of times in class), you should have posted a total of six (including the artist statement, but not including the final project proposal) … Continue reading

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Today at noon is the deadline for posting Global Now assignments.

Week 12 is the last week to submit the Global Now assignments. As we discussed (a number of times in class), you should post a total of six (including the artist statement, but not including the final project proposal) for … Continue reading

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Annotated bibliography due this week.

Hello, everyone. This is just a reminder that your bibliography is due this coming week. List all the sources you have identified thus far in developing your final project and annotate the most important five. The annotation should be just … Continue reading

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Appadurai interview, “Illusion of Permanence”

Here is an interview with Arjun Appadurai (titled, “Illusion of Permanence”) where he talks about the production of locality and some other ideas we discussed in class. It’s a shorthand version of many of the ideas in Modernity at Large. If you will … Continue reading

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Edward Burtynsky, Manufactured Landscapes

Here is a link to the Edward Burtynsky TED talk about his work, Manufactured Landscapes. Photo gallery and interview here.

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