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Introduction to Athena’s Primer 

In her first post of the semester, T is for Thinking Reflective, Athena writes, “By reflecting we are having the experience of looking inwards which may make it more likely to ingrain what we are reflecting upon within us. When we take the time to reflect and bring that something to the deepest part of …

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Jessica Lussier’s Primer 

I'm slightly obsessive and I just wanted all my posts in one place... A is for Anxiety B is for Barbie C is for Consumerism D is for David Harvey E is for Everyone F is for Feminism G is for Gender H is for Hegemony I is for Infancy J is for Jacobin Club

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Intro to Jordan’s Primer 

Jordan's primer takes on a uniqueness in it's form as well as it content. Using numbered sections as opposed to more conventional paragraphs he seamlessly weaves between informational and anecdotal tales. The numbered sections work perfectly because they take on a life of being unrelated portions that at the same time relate to the post …

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Introduction to Costanza’s Primer 

Costanza's primer is a wonderful, quirky exploration of the intersections and overlapping planes of neuroscience and art (E is for embodied cognition, D is for default mode). She weaves her interests in the workings of the mind into contemplative and fascinating musings on meaning, learning and being. Beginning with A is for Authority and ending …

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An Intro to Kyle’s (alias kjn2116) Primer 

1. In Kyle's post "G is for Gaze" he relates the experience of watching a theater actress on stage and having her look back at him. Kyle's private world of gazing was interrupted by the actress returning his look. 2. Most of the letters in Kyle's primer deal with an interaction between Kyle and his …

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An Introduction to Emily’s Posts 

I remember the first time I heard Emily Cordes speak in class. It was Dr. Dubin's Arts in Context class in the Fall of 2012.  I was blown away by this intelligent, articulate person from Pittsburgh and I distinctly remember thinking oh man I can't talk after that. Reading her posts this feeling comes rushing …

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An Intro for Mathila Lombos’s Primer 

The free writing of A-Z blogs is Mathila Lombos’s gift to reflect on the relationships among self, others, community, and the natural world. Mathila takes advantage of her keen philosophical insight to explore the things and issues that we do not pay attention to or we are so familiar with. Her writing of lines, the …

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