Tag archive for CAAH

Our Not-so-freeways

Ellis's new book, Changing Lanes, with coauthor Joseph F. C. DiMento, lays out the history of our freeway system as clearly as a road atlas.

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the colors of indigo

Andrea Feeser's new book, Red, White, and Black Make Blue: Indigo in the Fabric of Colonial South Carolina Life, tells a new kind of indigo story, in multiple hues.

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Charting the stormy seas of social media

If you think tweets come from feathered things, posts are for fences, and pinterest is merely a typo, this story may not be for you.

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Connecting two cultures

As a poet and as a scholar who studies science communication, Steve Katz finds one not-so-obvious relation between “the two cultures” of the sciences and the humanities: creativity.

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Creativity can venture multiple versions

Ann Pegelow Kaplan specializes in contemporary photography and digital arts but was trained as an anthropologist.

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Creativity can make art of science

Working at the intersection of art and science, Hung “tweaks the methodologies of science,” she says.

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Jumping the ditch

So creativity, Paul says, does not necessarily yield a work that everyone instantly recognizes as good. In many cases, it reconfig­ures our idea of what good is.

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Detectives at the abbey

Roofless for centuries, its upper stone courses have tumbled to the ground, some of its arched windows have collapsed, and other sections of wall seem ready to fall.

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Bloom

Todd McDonald, associate professor of art, is a painter who finds extraordinary visual ideas in ordinary settings.

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Drive Time

Jillian Weise gets some of her best ideas when she’s driving her car. No wonder her poetry and fiction cover so much ground.

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