Tag archive for College of Architecture Art and Humanities

Your Story for a Mug

Would you swap a story for a mug? So far, several hundred people have taken the deal.

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What Is Character and How Do We Get it?

Philosopher Charles Starkey: Character traits are tied to values, but values are not static things.

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Struggling toward the Promised Land

Rhondda Thomas knows the power of a good story.

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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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