Monthly Archives: March 2014

Let’s Get Medieval On This University!

[Silly rant time!] The world of higher education is currently abuzz with several related concerns (finances foremost among them). Under increasing market pressure to make degrees more useful for getting jobs* (and thereby to justify the increasing price of education), … Continue reading

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How To Talk About Talk About Art

 One of my favorite exhibits at the Albuquerque Museum (during last week’s visit) was a showing of Robert Christensen’s photos, “Vernacular Architecture of New Mexico”, a really marvelous collection of B/W shots of a variety of buildings where they sit (sometimes lonely, sometimes … Continue reading

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