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Dear Habermas
A Journal of Postmodern and Critical Thought
Devoted to Academic Discourse on Peace and Justice

Volume 10, No. 11, Week of November 5, 2001

jeanne's classes - Susan's classes - Olivier's classes
Volume 10, No. 10, Week of October 29, 2001
Mirror Sites: CSUDH - Habermas - UWP
Site Map - Daily Site Additions - Site Stats - Site Index
Concept Index - Vocabulary Index - Essay Index
Merriam-Webster Dictionary

Shifting Spheres to Understand the Other

A part of peacemaking is listening in good faith beyond the facile, beyond the plastic entertainment offered us. Analyzing what we see and what we hear from the perspective of the public/private sphere and the micro/macro sphere is one way to get to good faith. Shifting Spheres to Understand the Other. See also Photo Ops in Disney View of Others' World



Announcing:

Frequently Asked Questions:

Reports of Learning:
What jeanne knows you've done.

Updating slowly.

First twenty reports are up at Reports of Learning Students are identified by class ID number. It's time to write and/or talk to me so that you're sure I know what your're learning. jeanne

Graduate Work:
Thesis Project Design
Thesis Project Outline for Berthena Kemp

The November Novel
The November Novel Index

Spring Conference:
Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences
Jeanne and Susan received this note from Professor Jon'a Meyer (a CSUDH graduate!):
Dear Susan and Jeanne:

Thank you for submitting your abstract for a presentation for the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences annual meeting of March 5-9, 2001 in Anaheim, CA.
I am communicating via email due to the closure of my regional post office due to anthrax being found there last week. If you need a more formal letter . . . .
The purpose of this letter is to inform you that your abstract has been accepted and your presentation will be included in the program. . . .

All students interested in attending the conference please check in. jeanne



California State University, Dominguez Hills
University of Wisconsin, Parkside
Soka University Japan, Transcend Art and Peace
Latest Update: November 5, 2001

E-Mail jeannecurran@habermas.org
E-Mail takata@uwp.edu
E-Mail Olivier Urbain, Soka University

Table of Contents

Archives - How to Navigate the Site - Announcements
Teaching and Review Essay Index, by Topic - Lecture Notes - Oft-Used Weblinks
Left/Right Perspectives - PSN - Virtual Faculty - Transcend Art and Peace
The Justice Studies Association - TR Young's Site - ZNet
Who To Take - Syllabi - Art and Poem Gallery - Sociology Sites
Merriam-Webster Dictionary Search:
What's New?

For the Week of November 5, 2001

Weekly Readings and Suggested Measures of Learning:

Healing after September 11
Teaching Essays
In Other Languages
Art and the Imaginary
Collaborative Writing Journal
Conflicts Around the World
Scholastic Resources
Lagniappe! You Gotta Read This!
Jobs, Jobs, Jobs
Gallery
Resource Pages:
. . . Criminology and Aging and Peacemaking and Theory
. . . and Women and Social Justice and Social Justice Issues and Writings
. . . and The Writer's Bookshelf and Poverty and Sociology of Law
. . . and September 11, 2001 and Distance Learning
Syllabi Instructions on How to Access Syllabi
Calls for Proposals: Conference and Article Plans
Kids' Site
What people are saying about Dear Habermas
Who To Take

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<i>The NOW Is Cracking</i>, by jeanne Healing
The NOW is cracking.

Healing Art and Music

Teaching EssaysTeaching Essays

Teaching and Review Essay Index



Collaborative Writing Journal

  • Index for Sharing the Site What others are reading and their questions and comments on their reading. Needs updating. jeanne 10/20/01

    Week 11: Week of November 5, 2001

    The Writing Project

    THE NOVEMBER NOVEL

    <i>The NOW Is Cracking</i>, by jeanne Chapter 1: NOW as a Goldfish



    Conflicts Around the World:

  • Present Danger

  • Long-Term Effects

  • History



    Lagniappe!

    You Gotta Read This



    Scholastic Resources: