I’m just going to limit myself to 6 words about each of my classes because otherwise I would go on and on for the rest of eternity.
Introduction to Cell Biology with Amy McClellan: Cells, cells, cells, golgi bodies, biochem, cytoplasm!
Medieval Virginity with Stephan Higa: Medieval history fun! Sexuality and gender!
Developmental Psychology After the Grand Theories with David Anderegg: Freud! Piaget! Babies, Children, angsty teens!
Ethnobotany with Valerie Imbruce: People, plants, eating, medicine, spirituality, wow.
Dance on Film with Terry Creach: Ballet! Postmodern dance! Me, attempting film critique. (…Sorry, that was 7. This is really hard)
Little late, but just thought I’d share what I’m up to this fall:
The Journey III: The 1860s- Eileen Scully (We create fictitious personas and then write letters responding to different historical events from their perspectives. Woah.)
APA Workshop: Focus: Human Rights: Women and Girls- Liz Coleman, Susie Ibarra (My first CAPA class- I’m loving it so far.)
Reimagining Memory in Biology in Beyond- David Edelman (Who I’m convinced is one of the best human beings I’ve ever met.)
Contemporary African II- Souleymane Badolo (Well, Okay, Solo is obviously also on that list…)
My name is Julia! Thanks for stopping by. I know there isn’t a whole lot to look at, but things are most definitely under construction. Let me know if you want to chat about Bennington, the healing arts, botany, delicious recipes, or some crazy places to look for kooky antiques around here.