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    • Engaging Animals 

      Snæbjörnsdóttir, Bryndís; Wilson, Mark (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-04-05)
      Bryndís Snæbjörnsdóttir and Mark Wilson have been collaborating since 2001. Their work, characteristically rooted in the north, explores issues of history, culture and the environment in relation to the individual and ...
    • Interconnections, Relationships, & Dwelling as Wholeness: A Phenomenological Ecology of Natural & Humanmade Worlds 

      Seamon, David (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-09-28)
      David Seamon is an environment-behavior researcher and Professor of Architecture at Kansas State University in Manhattan, Kansas. His research and writings focus on the ways that natural and built environments contribute ...
    • Women, Work and Public Spaces: Conflict and Coexistence Among Karachi’s Poor 

      Ali, Kamran (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-11-01)
      Kamran Ali works on issues of medicine, gender and colonialism in Egypt. Ali's work covers a number of interdisciplinary fields: Family planning programs in Egypt, Egyptian masculinity and male involvement in family planning ...
    • Where Cinema Finds Itself Today 

      Andrew, Dudley (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-12-07)
    • Local Food: Sustainability is Participation 

      Katz, Sandor Ellix (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-03-03)
      Eating local is more than a consumer experience. It means rebuilding a whole web of relations and demands not only interactions with farmers, but more of us becoming food producers directly involved with the sources of our ...
    • Conceptual Blending in Higher-Order Human Cognition 

      Turner, Mark (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-10-02)
      The Digital Media Program within the The School of Literature, Communication and Culture (LCC) welcomed Case Western Reserve University Professor Mark Turner. His talk touched on the cognitive processes involved in human ...
    • The Moral Equivalent of War: Energy Rhetoric during the Carter Years 

      Honeycutt, Lee; Brown, Marilyn A. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-01-22)
      Many people attribute the failure of Jimmy Carter's forward-looking 1977 national energy plan to opposition from entrenched corporate powers, but the plan's fate also relates to the changing role of rhetoric in the American ...
    • Atlantic Gandhi, Caribbean Gandhi 

      Natarajan, Nalini (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-04-02)
    • Designing the Future: Strategic Planning at Georgia Tech 

      Peterson, G. P. (George P.) (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-11-05)
    • Stars in my Pocket 

      Rosa, Jorge Martins (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2010-04-01)
      "The trope of space exploration, which has attracted so many writers of genre science fiction, still remains one of its hallmarks. Professor Rosa, however, questions the true centrality of this trope within science fiction ...
    • Consciousness, Literature, and Science Fiction 

      Goonan, Kathleen Ann (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2010-10-12)
      This paper explores the connections between language, literature, and consciousness. The first section discusses the possible origins of literature. Section two focuses on the literature of the twentieth century and how ...
    • Responsible Conduct of Research: An Overview 

      Borenstein, Jason (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2010-10-26)
    • What Is Klingon? 

      Okrand, Marc (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2011-03-08)
      The School of Literature, Communication, and Culture, the Georgia Tech Library and the School of Modern Languages invite you to a special event. As part of the Writing & Communication Program Speaker Series, Dr. Marc Okrand ...
    • Q&A Session with Dr. Marc Okrand 

      Okrand, Marc (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2011-03-08)
      Q & A session with Dr. Marc Okrand inventor of the Klingon language used in the Star Trek movies and most recent television shows. Marc Okrand received his Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley, where he studied ...
    • Henrietta Lacks and the Ethics of Privacy 

      Holloway, Karla (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-09-25)
      Don't miss the ethics for the ethics! The Henrietta Lacks story reveals some deeply problematic issues regarding medical ethics. But "The Immortal Life" has its own problems with regards to privacy and ethics. How does the ...
    • Drawing Basics and Video Game Art: Classic to Cutting-Edge Art Techniques for Winning Video Game Design 

      Solarski, Chris (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-10-01)
      Chris Solarski presents key concepts from his book—'Drawing Basics and Video Game Art: Classic to Cutting Edge Art Techniques for Winning Video Game Design' (Watson Guptill 2012)—exploring links between classical art ...
    • Writing Jane: Research for the Modern Historical Novel 

      Lerner, Sandy (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2013-01-22)
      Lerner’s interests are vast and reflective of the kind of humanistic and technological intersections we witness regularly here at Tech. She will focus her presentation on the ways in which her background in computer science ...
    • Running the Rift 

      Benaron, Naomi (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2013-03-05)
      English class discussion of the Bellwether Prize winning novel "Running The Rift" with the author, Naomi Benaron, via Skype.
    • Orphan Master's Son and North Korea: A Reading and Discussion with Pulitzer Prize Winner Adam Johnson 

      Johnson, Adam (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2013-09-19)
      This year’s Pulitzer Prize winner in Fiction and Stanford Professor, Adam Johnson, will give a reading from his novel, The Orphan Master’s Son, which will be followed by a seminar on trauma narratives. The Orphan Master’s ...