I’ll work with you, in small groups, to devise a lesson plan that allows you to share your interests and expertise with the class, while also connecting your individual projects to the overarching themes of the course.
GROUP 3: Manú, Lesley, Julienne, Anne, Gabriela, Cori, William, and Isabel
The group has asked you to do / review the following before class:
- Sharon Webb, “‘Digital Archives in Communities – Practice and Preservation’ : A Summary (or at Least an Attempt),” Digital Preservation Coalition (August 16, 2018).
- Benjamin Fraser, “Disability Art, Visibility and the Right to the City: The Trazos Singulares (2011) Exhibit at Madrid’s Nuevos Ministerios Metro Station,” Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies 17:1 (2013): 245-262.
- Additional information about mosaics on the subway:
- Jules and Lesley:
- Adam Huggins and Mendel Skulski, “Making Sense of Each Other,” Future Ecologies Podcast (April 7, 2021).
- University of York, “Is there a universal hierarchy of human senses?” ScienceDaily (November 5, 2018).
- Choose a food in your home.
- Please take a photo of this food and upload it to slack channel #sensing-food
- As close to class time as possible, eat this food. Do so as slowly as possible, paying attention to taste, smell, texture, stories that come to mind or anything that arises for you…
- Allison C. Meier, , “The Magic Lantern Shows That Influenced Modern Horror,” JSTOR Daily (May 12, 2018).
- Examples of phantasmagorias used in museums:
- “Brooklyn Museum: Matthew Buckingham: ‘The Spirit and the Letter,’” n.d. Accessed October 14, 2021.
- Please read this article and watch the video, “Inside the Richard Balzer Collection: Phantasmagoria,” n.d. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Accessed October 14, 2021.
- Skim through for interesting bits: Götz Hoeppe, “Astronomers at the Observatory: Place, Visual Practice, Traces,” Anthropological Quarterly 85:4 (2012): 1141–60.
- Watch: NASA Goddard, “An Introduction to the James Webb Space Telescope Mission” (2000) YouTube.
- C. Wright Mills, “On Intellectual Craftsmanship,” In The Sociological Imagination (Oxford University Press, 2000): 195–226.
- Please bring an object to class that you will analyze sensorially in our group activity.