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

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DILAC Showcase at GT Student Success Center
Great projects today at the Digital Integrative Liberal Arts Center (DILAC) Showcase. These creative interdisciplinary projects show how the Digital Humanities and Digital Civics bring professors and undergraduate students together to answer complex researc...

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LMC's footprint increases with awards and publications
The AJC recently reviewed The M useum O f D esign A tlanta 's exhibit Food by Design: Sustaining the Future . The exhibit features projects from Carl DiSalvo 's Public Design Workshop. For our GT Press release, see HERE . Rebecca Burnett and Jillann Hertel ...

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Cohen & Elkins-Tanton: Earth
Jeffrey Jerome Cohen, and Linda T. Elkins-Tanton. Earth .
New York: Bloomsbury, 2017. Reviewed by Richard Utz ( richard.utz@lmc.gatech.edu ) For several years, I have now been thinking about how to define, practice
and encourage “co-disciplinarity”. I had g...

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Hertel and JafariNaimi win Georgia Tech teaching and educational innovation awards
Great news to report: ...that our own Nassim JafariNaimi is the winner of the Georgia Tech CTL/BP Junior Faculty Teaching Excellence Award. This award highlights the excellent teaching and educational innovation that junior faculty bring to campus.  ...that...

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LMC Brittain Fellow Sarah Lozier on FAKE NEWS


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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 ( harty@lasalle.edu ) 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 (lmayer@washjeff.edu) 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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