2013 Winter Currents Magazine

dc.contributor.authorIndiana University South Bend. College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
dc.descriptionpdf of a print copy
dc.description.abstractWinter 2013 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 E. Dunn about the power of rivers; article about the Purple Porch Co-op, a local food store founded by three IUSB alumni; article about the international travels of IUSB history graduate Christie Pierce; interview with IUSB alums and entrepreneurs Kellirae Boann and Noel Spring; poems by Lee-Scott Green, Terry Allison, and David Dodd Lee; article by Jennifer A. Pace about the stigma of renting vs. home ownership; interview with Professor Betty Mooney about her sex education course; alumna spotlight on teacher Amanda Jones and her volunteer work in Uganda; article about IUSB education alumnus Felix Marquez, who fled the Salvadoran Civil War to come to the United States; essay by Daniele Louis about the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) during the Cold War and the use of abstract expressionism as propaganda; essay by Lesley Walker about changes in artistic representations of motherhood through the centuries; story about the origins and publication of Gabrielle Robinson's book "The Reluctant Nazi", about her discovery of her grandfather's Nazi party membership; article by Patrick J. Furlong about Richard Elbel and his efforts to develop and beautify the area along the St. Joseph River in South Bend during the Great Depression; article by Lisa Featheringill Zwicker about the advances of female progressivism during the early 20th century, with a focus on the expansion of women learning to swim; spotlight on anthropology professor Jay VanderVeen and his underwater explorations in the Dominican Republic; article about the art of literary translation, with excerpt of Heather Jones' translation of Ananda Devi's "La vie de Josephin le fou"; article by Neovi M. Karakatsanis about the shortage of portable water on the Greek island of Chios; article about eco-physiologist Peter Bushnell and his work to protect the Greenland shark; essay by Mary Anna C. Violi about childhood memories visits to her family' summerhouse on Eagle Lake; article by novelist Kelcey Parker about Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater house and how it inspired her creative work; essay reflecting on the qualities and importance of water; article about photographer Kay Westhues and her "Well Stories" project documenting wells in Indiana; article about Underwriters Laboratories drinking water analysis lab in South Bend; series of water-themed artworks; "A ride with Tobias" essay by April Lidinsky; list of contributors; list of upcoming public events sponsored by the CLAS; and notice of Eileen and Harvey Bender family's donation of fourteen Harold Zisla paintings to the CLAS.en_US
dc.description.tableofcontentsPick it this morning, cook it tonight by Sara J. Lowe -- Postcards from Costa Rica, Europe, and South Korea by Christie Pierce -- Yes, you can definitely do it! by Catherine Page-Vanore -- Landmark by Lee Scott-Green -- A stranger in the neighborhood by Jennifer A. Pace -- Teaching values by Elizabeth E. Dunn -- What are you going to do with that degree? by Rebecca Torstrick -- Surviving a civil war by Michael Snyder -- MoMA and the Cold War by Daniele Louis -- A mother's love by Lesley Walker -- From the pages of a wartime diary by David James -- A ride with Tobias by April Lidinsky -- To move a river by Patrick J. Furlong-- Swimming women and social change by Lisa Fetheringill Zwicker -- Pirates, cave diving, and archeological treasure by Megan Waugh -- The challenges and beauties of translation & Mere et mer translated by Heather Jones -- Water, water, every where, nor any drop to drink by Neovi M. Karakatsanis -- Study sharks to save them by David James with Peter Bushnell -- Rhythms of the lake by Mary Anna C. Violi-- Haiku by Terry L. Allison -- Cartoon by Avi Steinberg -- The undercover novelist by Kelcey Parker -- Can I major in water? by Mike F. Keen and Krista Bailey -- Stories of wells and springs by David James -- Working for world-class water by Sarah Duis -- Night Juniper by David Dodd Lee -- CrossCurrents
dc.format.extent44 pages
dc.publisherIndiana University South Benden_US
dc.subject.lcshIndiana University South Bend
dc.subject.lcshEducation, Humanistic
dc.title2013 Winter Currents Magazineen_US


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