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George Lewis, Composer, on Computer Music, April 2009
Michael Fortun, Professor of Science and Technology Studies, on his Ethnographies, April 2009
Ann Marie Barry, Professor of Communications, on the Neurology of Visual Communication, March 2009
Juliette Cherbuliez, Professor of French, on the Medea Myth, March 2009
Tamara Underiner, Professor in Theater of the Americas, on Contemporary Mayan Theater, March 2009
Rita Raley, Professor of English, on Electronic Literature, February 2009
Douglas Ewart, Sound Artist, on Play, February 2009
Erika Donald and Xenia Pestova, Musicians, on the Digital Orchestra Project, February 2009
Joel Ryan, Composer, on his Music, February 2009
John Cayley, Poet, on Electronic Literature, February 2009
Keir Neuringer, Composer, on Improvisation, February 2009
Megan England, Sound Artist, on her Work, February 2009
Susan Buck-Morss, Professor of Political Philosophy, on Visual Imagery, February 2009
Terry Pender, Composer, on his Music, February 2009
Kathy Van Eck, Sound Artist, on her Music, February 2009
Bill Foley, Photographer, on Photography, February 2009
Andrea Stanislav, Multimedia Artist, on her Work, February 2009
Caly McMorrow, Sound Artist, on her Practice, February 2009
Garrick Comeaux, Founder of Consortium Carissimi, on Music as Sacrament, February 2009
Photographs, Postcards, Clippings. Archiving Clippings Project. (Box 4, Folder 1)
Photographs, Postcards, Clippings. Archiving Clippings Project. (Box 4, Folder 3)
Public Art Review (Volume 21, Number 1), Fall/Winter 2009
J. B. Shank, Professor of History, on the Calculus (3 of 3), December 2008
Cary Wolfe, Professor of English, on The Silence of the Lambs, December 2008
J. B. Shank, Professor of History, on the Calculus (2 of 3), December 2008
Eric Van Duzer, Professor of Education, on the Architecture of Magic, November 2008
Sarah Tracy, Director of Medical Humanities, on Medical Humanities, November 2008
Maria Damon, Professor of English, on Friendship, November 2008
J. B. Shank, Professor of History, on Ancient Mathematics, October 2008
Hiromi Mizuno, Professor of History, on Scientific Nationalism, October 2008
J. B. Shank, Professor of History, on the Calculus (1 of 3), October 2008
Arijit Sen, Professor of Architecture, on Ordinary Landscapes, September 2008
Caroline Walker Bynum, Professor of Medieval History, on Western Spirituality, September 2008
William Cunningham, Professor of Environmental Science, on Environmental Change, September 2008
Mark Huglen, Professor of Communication, on Poetic Healing, September 2008
David Beard, Professor of English, on I. A. Richards, September 2008
David Milroy, Playwright, on Aboriginal Theater, September 2008
J. Baird Callicott, Professor of Philosophy, on Environmental Ethics, August 2008
David Chang, Professor of History, on Native American Land, May 2008
Michael Gaudio, Professor of Art History, on Early Modern Images, April 2008
Moishe Postone, Professor of History, on his Life, April 2008
Caryl Clark, Professor of Musicology, on Franz Joseph Haydn, March 2008
Kao Kalia Yang, Author, on Hmong Identity and Writing, March 2008
Eric Black, Journalist, on Journalistic Norms, March 2008
Leigh Fondakowski, Playwright, on the Ethics of Representation, February 2008
John Davis, Educational Administrator, and Shanti Pothapragada, Student, on Civic Service, February 2008
John Treat, Professor of East Asian Studies, on Nuclear Warfare, December 2007
Erik Olin Wright, Professor of Sociology, on Social Utopia, December 2007
Suzanne Cahill, Professor of East Asian Studies, on Tang Dynasty Daoism, December 2007
Jan Estep, Professor of Art, on her Current Projects, November 2007
Reggie Prim, Artist, on Civic Engagement, November 2007
Marcus Nornes, Professor of Asian Cinema, on Japanese Documentary, November 2007
Susan McIntosh, Professor of Anthropology, on African History, November 2007
Kairn Klieman, Professor of History, on Pre-colonial Africa, November 2007
Dan Burk, Professor of Law, on the Fallibility of Evidence, November 2007
Geraldine Heng, Director of Medieval Studies, on King Arthur, November 2007
John Davis, Educational Administrator, on Education, May 2007
Roger Hart, Professor of History, on Chinese Math, March 2007
Anselm Hollo, Poet and Translator, on his Life, March 2007
Jeff Halper, Anthropologist, on the Israel-Palestine conflict, March 2007
Michael Cherlin, Professor of Music Theory, on Creativity and Collaboration, March 2007
Andrew Pask, Composer, on Performance, February 2007
Sara Evans, Professor of History, on the Relevance of History, February 2007
Douglas Geers, Composer, on the Spark Festival, February 2007
Gregory Taylor, Composer, on Javanese Gamelan, February 2007
Morton Subotnick, Composer, on his Works, February 2007
Susannah Smith, Historian, on Javanese Gamelan, February 2007
Brad Garton, Composer, on Models of Society, February 2007
Don Kemp, Teacher and Minister, Feb. 2007
Evan Solot, Composer, on his Music, February 2007
Guerino Mazzola, Professor of Music, on Gesture, February 2007
Consulting. Art Pamphlets. (Box 3, Folder 33)
Forging connections, fulfilling needs, fostering growth: Here comes the neighborhood!
Work Plan Book, University of Minnesota Landscape Arboretum’s Main Annual Garden, 2007
Madelon Sprengnether, Professor of English, on Forms and Films, November 2006
Shohini Ghosh, Filmmaker, on her Films, November 2006
Douglas Huff, Philosopher, Oct. 2006
William LaFleur, Professor of Japanese Studies, on Organ Donation, October 2006
Madelon Sprengnether, Professor of English, on her Literary Foundations, September 2006
Lynn Lukkas, Professor of Art, on Time, September 2009
Cletus Wessels, Dominican Priest, on the New Universe Story, 2006
Juanita Garciagodoy, Teacher, on the Day of the Dead
Kathy Kinzig, Environmental Educator, 2006
Patrick Raines, Scientist, 2006
Ann Waltner, Professor of History, on Spirituality in 16th Century China, May 2006
The American Jewish World, Volume 94, Number 23, February 17, 2006
2005 Annual Report YMCA of Greater New York: So much a part of New York for over 150 years
Consulting. New Ulm Medical Center. (Box 3, Folder 2)
Public Art Review (Volume 17, Number 2), Spring/Summer 2006
YMCA of New York Annual Report, 2006
Phil Guin, Pioneer of Philosophy for Children, Dec. 2005
Ron Reed, Pioneer of Philosophy for Children, Dec. 2005
The American Jewish World, Volume 94, Number 5, October 14, 2005
The American Jewish World, Volume 93, Number 47, August 5, 2005
The American Jewish World, Volume 93, Number 46, July 29, 2005
Peter Shea, Creator of the Bat of Minerva, on the Show, January 2005
Consulting. Adopt a Park Program. (Box 4, Folder 10)
Public Art Review (Volume 17, Number 1), Fall/Winter 2005
Room to grow: YMCA of Greater New York Annual report 2004
University of Minnesota Grant Program. Public Art Affairs Program Guidelines and Applications. (Box 10, Folder 10)