2015 Fall Currents Magazine

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dc.contributor.author Indiana University South Bend
dc.contributor.author College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
dc.date.accessioned 2021-09-22T13:18:02Z
dc.date.available 2021-09-22T13:18:02Z
dc.date.issued 2015
dc.identifier.uri https://hdl.handle.net/10333/12988
dc.description pdf of a print copy
dc.description.abstract Fall 2015 issue of Currents Magazine, a publication of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (CLAS) at IU South Bend. Contents include an essay by CLAS Dean Elizabeth Dunn on how higher education is similar to a swamp; article about "Civil Hacking" and Hack Michiana event; article about History Professor Timothy Willig's road trips with his students to visit historical locations; discussion on the meaning of the word "art"; article about "The Story of Stuff" anthropology class taught by Jay VanderVeen; essay by Ali Mahamat about befriending people around the world; story by Ken Smith about an innovative use of Twitter in the classroom; article about IUSB's new sixteen-inch reflector telescope; poem "Flowers Don't Offend" by Karen Yoder; article about five non-traditional IUSB students who received Graduate Research Fellowships from the National Science Foundation (NSF); essay on the loss of the Kankakee River by Joe Chaney; excerpt from Indiana author Gene Stratton Porter's 1904 novel "Freckles"; article about Lisa Zwicker's research into Jewish newspaper editor Therese Simon-Sonnemann as an undergraduate research project; comments by South Bend mayors Steve Luecke, Roger Parent, and Joe Kernan on the topic of civic engagement; essay by former IUSB Chancellor Terry Allison about his personal connection to the events depicted in IUSB's production of the play "Execution of Justice" about the assassination of San Francisco mayor George Mascone and openly gay city supervisor Harvey Milk; article about retired IUSB professor Alfred Guillame Jr.'s civic leadership after retirement; review of James Madison's new book "Hoosiers: A New History of Indiana" by retired history professor Pat Furlong, as well as an excerpt from the book; article by J.T. Murphy about the graves of WWI soldiers in South Bend cemeteries; poem "Casualties of War" by Phyllis Moore-Whitesell; brief article about Jay VanderVeen's archaeological dig at Washington and LaPorte Street in South Bend; stories compiled by history professor Timothy Willig and the History Club about several notable events and persons in the city of South Bend's 150-year history; article by CLAS Dean Elizabeth Dunn about women's involvement in the South Bend workforce during the Great Depression; article by Laura Pimienta about her experiences encountering Spanglish as both a Spanish and English speaker; article by Monica Tetzlaff about her travels in Ghana; essay by Tom Vander Ven reflecting on aging and death; poem "In Spurano di Ossuccio" by Tom Vander Ven; review by Ken Smith of James Rebanks' memoir "A Shepherd's Life"; list of contributors; and list of events sponsored by CLAS. en_US
dc.description.tableofcontents Catching Up -- Séance with a Star by David James -- Flowers Don't Offend by Karen Yoder -- What are you going to do with that degree? by Elizabeth E. Dunn -- Looking for the Grand Kankakee by Joe Chaney -- Recovering Jewish women's stories and contributions by Lisa Featheringill Zwicker -- Coming home to community -- What is civic engagement? -- Reflections, personal and political by Terry L. Allison -- Leadership in a livable community by Alfred J. Guillaume, Jr. -- A new Hoosier history by Pat Furlong -- History for adults by James H. Madison -- Community of the dead by J. T. Murphy -- Casualties of war by Phyllis Moore-Whitesell -- Digging the mall by Jay VanderVeen -- Fighters, firemen, and freightwagons by Tim Willig and the History Club -- New Deal jobs for women too by Elizabeth E. Dunn -- Spanglish in a strange land by Laura Pimienta -- Report from Ghana by Monica Tetzlaff -- CrossCurrents -- Origami -- The secret lives of the elderly by Tom Vander Ven -- You read a book about sheep? by Ken Smith
dc.format.extent 46 pages
dc.format.mimetype pdf
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.publisher Indiana University South Bend en_US
dc.subject.lcsh Indiana University South Bend
dc.subject.lcsh Periodicals
dc.subject.lcsh Education, Humanistic
dc.title 2015 Fall Currents Magazine en_US
dc.title.alternative Currents en_US
dc.type Other en_US


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