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Richard Utz
Humanistic Perspectives in a Technological World
Humanistic Perspectives in a Technological World

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G.B. Shaw: Saint Joan (Bedlam)
George Bernard Shaw’s Saint Joan performed by Bedlam at the McCarter Theatre Center, Princeton, NJ. Reviewed by Kevin J. Harty ( ) Bedlam is known for staging multi-part plays using only four actors to play all the required roles—in this c...

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Metzler, Fools and Idiots?
Irina Metzler. Fools and Idiots? Intellectual Disability in the Middle Ages . Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2016. Reviewed by Lauryn S. Mayer ( While both the figure of the court fool and that of the medieval madman have been ...

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Gwen Ottinger 2016-2017 Distinguished Alumna
Dr. Gwen Ottinger is LMC's 2016-2017 Distinguished Alumna : Gwen g raduated with GT bachelor degrees in Science, Technology, and Culture (STaC) and Aerospace Engineering,
and then moved on to UC Berkeley to receive a PhD in the area of Energy
and Resource...

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DILAC Fellow Joycelyn Wilson on her LMC class
Digital Liberal Arts Center (DILAC) fellow Joycelyn Wilson was recently interviewed about her Social Justice class by rollingout : On Friday, Jan. 13, 2017, Dr. Joycelyn Wilson, known simply as Dr. Joyce, a Georgia Tech visiting professor is offering a hip-...

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Our embedded librarian, and other news about Skiles spaces
While the GT Library is in the long process of being completely
renovated (most books are now in a repository shared with Emory U), we jumped at the chance of inviting our subject librarian, Karen Viars ,
to become 'embedded' with us over in Skiles. She n...

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LMC's Dr. James Howard wins SWCA Awards
Part of LMC's wide-ranging services for the entire Georgia Tech community is that we operate the Institute's Communication Center. Directed by Dr. Karen Head, the record of recognition since the center's existence has been incredible. One such indicator of ...

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Teaching after Trump, Earsketch, and Princess Lisa
As our semester is coming toward the
end, I would like to share with you three examples of how our School and
its faculty participate in public discussions, how we produce research
that reaches out: Five Brittain postdoctoral fellows, Anna
Ioanes, Owen ...

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Year's Work in Medievalism 31 (2016) Published
Dear colleagues, The International Society for the Study of Medievalism is an association whose members cherish collegial collaboration. Unlike so many other associations in higher education, we have always welcomed ALL lovers of medieval culture and the my...
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