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  • Save the Last Bath for Me: Conveying Everyday Knowledge to a Colleague

    Marshall, Jonathan (2010)
    Author’s note: I have given my colleague a pseudonym. I rely on my own observations from the trip for evidence of what Veronica thought, and all the conclusions are my own. I did not interview Veronica for her version of events or her thinking at the time. All mistaken inferences are mine and mine alone.

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    McCarthy, Erin; Trivedi, Lisa; Kalmanson, Leah; Mattice, Sarah (2016)

    The Changing Representation of the Late Qing History in Chinese Film

    Guo Wu (2010)
    From the 1950s to the 1990s, Chinese film never ceased to represent the turbulent late Qing history on the screen. The representations, all carrying the mark of their own time, not only tell a story about the late Qing Chinese predicament and dilemma of its modernization, but also reveal the trajectory of the changing ideologies behind their own production. In this sense, the films can be read as both historical and contemporary texts. This article attempts to trace the changing representatio...

    Teaching Zen’s Ten Oxherding Pictures through Leonard Cohen’s “Ballad of the Absent Mare”

    Green, Ronald (2017)
    This paper describes how to teach Zen’s famous Ten Oxherding Pictures through Leonard Cohen’s song “Ballad of the Absent Mare.” It also explains how instructors can contextualize these pictures within the history of Buddhist visual culture and thereby frame Cohen’s adoption of them as a cowboy ballad motif. The essay begins by describing the metaphor of the ox. It then reviews three theories about the origin of the pictures, contextualizing them within the history of Buddhist visual culture. ...

    Reflections on Asia: Borrowing Lessons from the Humanities in Social Science Coursework

    Sanborn, Howard; Ramirez, Jenny (2017)
    What lessons can political science classes borrow from the humanities? This paper presents the results of a multi-year study on teaching about Asia as part of a general education program. Given the challenges of meeting common learning outcomes while also teaching discipline-specific lessons, political science courses often underperformed in assessments when compared to benchmark expectations. While our initial conclusion—that a greater focus on multimodal assignments would promote deeper lea...
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