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Josh Rose
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Art historian. Cartoonist. Techie end-user. Former painter. Cultural bon vivant.
Art historian. Cartoonist. Techie end-user. Former painter. Cultural bon vivant.

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Earlier this fall I had the immense honor of being the featured speaker for the Meadows Museum’s Luis Martín Lecture Series in the Humanities at Southern Methodist University.  I was invited to present a series of five lectures in conjunction with their…
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With Google+ shutting down, come find me on this new privacy-focused social network called MeWe: mewe.com/i/josh.rose5
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Well, I guess I'll try out this MeWe thing:
mewe.com/i/josh.rose5

Unpopular opinion: apps receiving a dark mode is not newsworthy.
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This is a REAL THING I found in a used bookstore. #RPGs. Hey, +Kenneth Hite , do you know if the new edition will get an updated one of these?
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I have long been an advocate for Open Access (OA) and Open Educational Resources (OER), and a few years ago when I was hired as full-time faculty at El Centro College and found myself the only faculty member teaching the Art History Survey courses during…
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I’ll be honest with you: I’m really terrible at self-promotion.  But I also have this new website and like putting things on it, so… if you like nerdy things, and me, and me talking about nerdy things, here are two upcoming venues to hear me do just that.…
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A fantastic article about comics legends Wendy Pini:
https://boingboing.net/2018/07/25/the-weird-of-wendy-pini.html

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This weekend is the second annual Texas Latino Comic Con at the Latino Cultural Center near downtown! This looks really great. Anyone planning on going?

https://txlatinocc.weebly.com/

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While doing research today, I happened across this brilliant, trenchant cartoon from 1893 by Joseph Keppler, the founder of Puck magazine (America’s version of the UK’s humor magazine Punch). The cartoon, tragically, is a timely testament to our own…
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