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Created: February 2000
Latest update: May 23, 2006

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Volume 26, Spring 2006



  • Topic of the Week: Genocide on Mother Earth

  • It's Green and Blue and Pink, Can't You See? So Why Are You Looking Like That at Me?
    It's Green and Blue and Pink, Can't You See? So Why Are You Looking Like That at Me?
    Topic of the Week: Knowingness Gets Us Every Time: HPV

  • Backup copy of George Rodrigue's You Can't Drown the Blues
    Topic of the Week: Knowingness: We Seem To do It All The Time
    Volume 26, Issue Number10, Week of April 23, 2006.

  • jeanne's memory of totality
    Topic of the Week: So Much to Share
    Volume 26, Issue Number 9, Week of April 16, 2006.

    No Issue over Easter Break - Jeanne's in Turkey for the Total Eclipse. Assignments posted at: http://www.csudh.edu/dearhabermas/jcls2608.htm#news.

  • jeanne's first version of Jeanne, Plucked, Clucked
    Topic of the Week: We're All In This Together: Jeanne, Plucked, Clucked or Life in the Fast Track
    Volume 26, Issue Number 8, Week of March 19, 2006.

  • jeanne's first version of Walls to Exclude
    Topic of the Week: Walls to Exclude, Memories that Never Fade
    Volume 26, Issue Number 7, Week of March 5, 2006.

  • jeanne's first version of love is about sharing memories
    Topic of the Week: From far away, from long ago, memories that never fade
    Volume 26, Issue Number 6, Week of February 26, 2006.

  • jeanne's first version of love is about sharing memories
    Topic of the Week: Love Is About Sharing Memories
    Volume 26, Issue Number 5, Week of February 19, 2006.

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    Topic of the Week: Humility of Knowledge - Yep! You're Gonna Have to Think For Yourself
    Volume 26, Issue Number 4, Week of February 12, 2006.

  • Trophy House, Aerial Shot, of Ira.L. Rennert, NYT photo, February 3, 2006, p.C 5.
    Topic of the Week: Empathy and Responsibility Be Damned
    Volume 26, Issue Number 3, Week of February 5, 2006.

  • One of jeanne's versions of U.S., Bush Administration rage over vote for Hamas. Topic of the Week: One World, Our Idea, Making It Work
    Volume 26, Issue Number 2, Week of January 29, 2006.

  • One of jeanne's versions of rage. Topic of the Week: Rage: The Packing of the Supreme Court with an Reactionary Constitutional Philosophy
    Volume 26, Issue Number 1, Week of January 22, 2006.

    Volume 25, Fall 2005

  • Winter: A Russian Painting by Mikhail Larionov, a first rendering by jeanne from her sketchbook Evocations of Winter in Art
    Volume 25, Issue Number 20 , Week of January 8, 2006.

  • jeanne's rendition of a Japanese goddess from 1800 - 400 B.C. in Seattle museum.
    Naked Space and Feminism
    Volume 25, Issue Number 19 , Week of December 25, 2005.

  • Making the crocodile express what I really feel
    How do I love, thee, O Crocodile?
    Making the Crocodile Express What I Really Feel

    Volume 25, Issue Number 18 , Week of December 18, 2005.

  • Asses spillinginto the hallway at our performative art naked space exhibit
    Celebrating Naked Space Performance Art Exhibit: Love 1A
    Spilling into the Hallway from SBS B 326<

    Volume 25, Issue Number 17 , Week of December 11, 2005.

  • jeanne's guelph look after Rafi's dancer, and link to jeanne's page . . . . . Tender loving care at a peformative art gallery exhibit
    Tender loving care at a performative art gallery exhibit. And Topic of the Week: Talking To, Not At Each Other
    Volume 25, Issue Number 16 , Week of November 27, 2005.

  • Narratives of desire and awareness: jeanne's jaguars.. Narratives of desire and awareness: jeanne's jaguars.
    Volume 25, Issue Number 15 , Week of November 20, 2005.

  • Betty Melton's photograph of naked space in Love 1A. Betty Melton's Photograph of naked space in Love 1A.
    Volume 25, Issue Number 14 , Week of November 6, 2005.

  • Cover of invitation, painting by Alexis Smith. Alexis Smith, Dove
    Volume 25, Issue Number 13 , Week of October 30, 2005.

  • jeanne's first version of thinking out of the box. How do we trust our newspapers?
    Volume 25, Issue Number 12 , Week of October 23, 2005.

  • jeanne's first version of thinking out of the box. Thinking About Our Need to Be Aware: Proposition 65 Warning
    Volume 25, Issue Number 11 , Week of October 16, 2005.

  • jeanne's first version of thinking out of the box. Thinking Out of the Box
    Volume 25, Issue Number 10 , Week of October 9, 2005.

  • Announcements of New Spring 2006 Sociology Classes at CSUDH Announcements of New Spring 2006 Sociology Classes at CSUDH
    Volume 25, Issue Number 9 , Week of )ctober 2, 2005.

  • Snow White and her Seven Magic Numbers Welcome You to Classes Welcome to All Our Desperate Registrants
    Volume 25, Issue Number 8 , Week of September 25, 2005.

  • jeanne and red dog visit Cedars-Sinai Women's Cancer Center again Red Dog and jeanne just gotta quit meeting like this.
    Maybe Red Dog's a Guelph, hmmm???
    Volume 25, Issue Number 7 , Week of September 18, 2005.

  • New Orleans Loved, superimposition of Matisse's danse over New Orleans Lost. New Orleans Loved
    Volume 25, Issue Number 6 , Week of September 11, 2005.

  • New Orleans Lost New Orleans Lost
    Volume 25, Issue Number 5 , Week of September 4, 2005.

  • Pain and the Mind Pain and the Mind
    Volume 25, Issue Number 4 , Week of August 28, 2005.

  • Sorting Out Love and Evil Sorting Out Love and Evil
    Volume 25, Issue Number 3 , Week of August 21, 2005.

  • Red Dog of Love 1A Love Doesn't Conquer All; Neither Does War
    And What Shall I Say to the Other Who Will Not Listen?
    Volume 25, Issue Number 2 , Week of August 14, 2005.

  • Red Dog of Love 1A Red Dog of Love 1A
    Volume 25, Issue Number 1 , Week of August 7, 2005.

    Volume 24, Summer 2005

  • Adversarial Control or Love? The Graduation Ritual. Adversarial Control or Love? The Graduation Ritual
    Volume 24, Issue Number 1 , Week of May 28, 2005.

    Volume 23, Spring 2005

  • Congratulations on graduation. Congratulations: Now Learning Begins
    Volume 23, Issue Number 18 , Week of May 21, 2005.

  • Abstract from photo of dinosaur in NY Times, May 13, 2005, p. B29.. What You See and What You Expect: t's a Dinosaur
    Volume 23, Issue Number 17 , Week of May 15, 2005.

  • The trouble with certainty in politics, in jusrisprudence, in life - collage by jeanne, featuring a Basquiat head that knows . . . The Trouble with Certainty in Politics, in Jusrisprudence, in Life:
    Basquiat's Head Knows
    Volume 23, Issue Number 16 , Week of May 8, 2005.

  • Bill Traylor's <i>Female Drinker</i>: Labels and Privileges Bill Traylor's "Female Drinker": Labels and Privileges
    Volume 23, Issue Number 15 , Week of May 1, 2005.

  • jeanne's version of Pope Benedict XVI blessing the Faithful Had I known that religion would come thus to the forefront . . .
    Volume 23, Issue Number 14 , Week of April 24, 2005.

  • jeanne's version of Arnold's filing system Your forgot to pay WHAT?
    Volume 23, Issue Number 13 , Week of April 17, 2005.

  • jeanne's version ofThe Dark Side of Innocence The Dark Side of Innocence: Violence, Sexuality, and the Innocence of Childlike Dependency
    Volume 23, Issue Number 12 , Week of April 10, 2005.

  • jeanne's version of A passel of Cats: Hope for the World A Passel of Cats: Hope for the World"
    Volume 23, Issue Number 11 , Week of April 3, 2005.

  • jeanne's version of God Is Dead - NOT God Is Dead - NOT
    Volume 23, Issue Number 10 , Week of March 27, 2005.

  • Junhee Chung's Easter Rabbit in a Macy's Advertisement for Easter in the Los Angeles Times A Rabbit I Can See. Can You?
    Volume 23, Issue Number 9 , Week of March 20, 2005.

  • jeanne's version of a photo by Jeffrey Barbee for The New York Times of Workers at the Everunison clothing factory in Maputsoe, Lesotho, sort[ing] out bulk cloth that has just arrived from China. What Our Mind Prepares Us to See: The Dance of Cultures and Nation-States
    Volume 23, Issue Number 8 , Week of March 13, 2005.

  • jeanne's version of Joseph Lelyveld's Memories of Breaking Away from His Family Memories Are Made of This: Joseph Lelyveld's Memories of Breaking Away from His Family
    Volume 23, Issue Number 7 , Week of March 6, 2005.

  • jeanne's first version of When We Need Each Other Somerville Fun: On Not Taking Ourselves So Seriously
    Volume 23, Issue Number 6 , Week of February 27, 2005.

  • jeanne's first version of When We Need Each Other Big Sur Lodge. Slowing the Pace
    Volume 23, Issue Number 5 , Week of February 20, 2005.

  • Suzanne DeChillo/The New York Times. Photo of Christo's and Jeanne-Claude's Gates in Central Park. Christo's Gates in Central Park
    Volume 23, Issue Number 4, Week of February 13, 2005.

  • jeanne's first version of When We Need Each Other When The Cosmos Demands Reason, And Science Offers None
    Volume 23, Issue Number 3, Week of February 6, 2005.

  • jeanne's first version of When We Need Each Other When The Cosmos Demands Reason, And Science Offers None
    Volume 23, Issue Number 2, Week of January 30, 2005.

  • Flying Fish over Suburbia, by W.J. Faupel, at www.faupel-art.org Cure the Trade Deficit: Buy American-Made Products
    Volume 23, Issue Number 1, Week of January 23, 2005.

    For earlier issues, link to Archival History.



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