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Dear Habermas
A Journal of Postmodern and Critical Thought
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Volume 12, No. 1, Week of January 28, 2002

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Fall 2001
by Ricky Jones, Winner of
Dear Habermas Award Outstanding Use of a New Medium in Expression

On Wednesday, January 16, 2002, Ricky Jones wrote:

"I just wanted to send you this picture that I drew. You really inspired me to use art as therapy this past semester, and I wanted to show you what I drew. I call it Fall 2001. It symbolizes how chaotic the latter half of 2001 was, but at the same time it displays the notion of beauty amongst the chaos. I don't think this is a masterpiece, but I am very proud of it. It is the first piece of art that I created that I feel is really art. I was not trying to go for anything specific, I just started with the Triangle in the upper area of the picture, and kept going.

"I didn't use any of the fancy paints that you have (I can't afford them), but I used markers, color pencils, crayons, and felt pens. I hope you like it. If you can find some time, will you give me some feedback on it?"

On Saturday, January 26, 2002, jeanne responded:

Ricky, It was with great pleasure that I moved Georg Baselitz to the Art section this morning, and gave Fall 2001 our place of honor for the this week's issue. I fuss a lot about being our only tech, but at a time like this, I am delighted to have control of our issues for instant changes.

You sent that painting on January 16, and it took me ten days to get around to downloading it. I have no explanation for the delay, except that somehow this morning seems like this was meant to happen this way. Thank you for sharing your art with us.

love and peace, jeanne



Announcing:

Moot Court, Spring 2002:
You may register by telephone. The CRN number is working. TBA (Time To Be Arranged) so that it will fit into all your schedules. Registration is by permission only. That's my permission. E-mail for permission. jeanne

  • Moot Court Calendar Please be sure to give me your preferred dates. jeanne

    First Performance in Spring 2002:

    Weekly Announcements will be found under:



  • Collaborative Writing Article

    Overcoming Adversarialism: A Collaborative Writing Article by the CSUDH Graduate Theory Project Workgroup. Link updated January 15, 2002.

    We have until February 5, 2002, to edit, add end notes and bibliography. I will begin to edit the article by adding end notes, identifying theory connected to the issues discussed. I would appreciate if you would follow that and make your own suggestions.

    We had to get this done with lightning speed. So consider the title. Let's see if we can come up with a better one.



    Calls for Papers, Articles, Conferences: Winter/Fall/Spring 2002:
  • "Call for . . . Announcement Index

  • Fall 2002 Announcements Conference at Claremont Colleges, February 7-10, 2002. http://www.cgu.edu/hum/apologies. Free. "role of apology as a social force"
  • Fall 2002 Journal call. Humanistic theory. Deadline: February 28, 2002.

  • Moot Court,March 5-9, 2002: Presentations at
    The Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Disneyland in Anaheim



  • California State University, Dominguez Hills
    University of Wisconsin, Parkside
    Soka University Japan, Transcend Art and Peace
    Latest Update: January 29, 2002

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    Olivier at tapcourse@yahoo.com
    takata@uwp.edu

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    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 January 28, 2001

    Weekly Readings and Suggested Measures of Learning:

    Teaching EssaysTeaching Essays

    The Dear Habermas AwardOSCARS for Academic Achievement



    signifiers across cultures: other languages In Other Languages



    Art



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  • Long-Term Effects

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    Lagniappe!

    You Gotta Read This
      What jeanne's reading:

      David Hockney: Pearblossom Hwy. Pearblossom Highway, by David Hockney.

    • Sagebrush and Cappucino: Confessions of an LA Naturalist by David Wicinas. David Hockney's Pearblossom Highway is the cover of Sagebrush and Cappucino, which is one reason I couldn't resist it. jeanne Link added January 21, 2002.



    Susan with Blue BoyKids' Site

    • The One World Mural . . . The Tolerance.org Site: Link to What Does One World Mean to You? Then link on the mural sqaures to see them in full. You can add a drawing to the mural, or send in a statement or a picture. Link added January 22, 2002.



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