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Monthly Archives: March 2011
Last Saturday morning brought us to our own panel, and while we won’t presume to review our own paper (text and video of which will hopefully be forthcoming), we do want to mention the other two fascinating papers that were … Continue reading
After our panel, which you’ll hear all about tomorrow, we went straight into “Between You and Me…”, a panel on the process of collaboration between people working toward one common goal. The first presentation, “Unity in Diversity,” was delivered by … Continue reading
An Exquisite Corpse is a method of collaborative work where words and images are assembled collectively to create new meaning. Drawing from the work in the most recent comment, respond in one line or image only via comments. The first … Continue reading
Our final panel on Friday was the undergraduate student panel, “Collaborations Across Media.” It was a bit of a mish-mash of papers, which made for an interesting panel. We here at C&R love to support younger readers, so we were … Continue reading
Here’s the last of our prompts from our travels in Indiana. We’ll be posting our remaining panel reviews over the course of the coming week, and then we’ll get back to our regularly scheduled programming, which includes some excellent new … Continue reading
“A good laugh is sunshine in the house.” — William Makepeace Thackeray Smithsonian Wild‘s camera trap wildlife photos
After suffering two whole days without proper Internet access, C&R will be back tomorrow to give you the last of our reportage from the Collections & Collaborations conference, which wound up yesterday with a flourish of joy (and Turkish food). … Continue reading
Epistemology, (ih-pis-tuh-mol-uh-jee), n., a branch of philosophy that investigates the origin, nature, methods, and limits of human knowledge.1
Our first panel this morning was “Speaking for the Group: The Craft and Execution of ‘We’ in Fiction and Poetry.” Featuring four speakers from Ohio State University’s writing MFA program, the panel covered several perspectives on the use of first … Continue reading