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Buddhism in America and its Influence

Abstract For this project, I would be creating a short magazine in a format such as National Geographic. The topic I’ll be focusing on will be about the religions in China and more importantly how it was spread to the U.S and altered by the new environment. Even today, we notice how great of an […]



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The Economics and History of the Rubik’s Cube

[EDIT: Added category + minor parenthetical citation abbreviation] (Properly formatted PDF Version: Here) Summer Softleigh Prof. Betsy Allen-Pennebaker COR-330-10: Vienna: Bridge From West-East 1 December 2016 The Rubik’s Cube was a “masterpiece of masterpieces” (Rubik et al. xi).  It is used by a variety of people for a variety of reasons, such as teaching, mathematics, hand-eye […]



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V-J Day in Times Square Abstract by Sam Kimball

Drawing Across Cultures, COR330-11 The Iconic V-J Day in Times Square Kiss Imagery Across Cultures: Group Research Project Sam Kimball- Background Research Emma Reed- Background Research Hannah Wagner- Polling Americans for Responses Zachary Denis- Polling Duha (Jordanian) for Responses Jenna Matson- Documentation Abstract- Sam Kimball Some images are simply so iconic or powerful that they […]



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Drawing Across Cultures, COR330-11

Drawing Across Cultures, COR330-11 “Flower Child” by Marc Riboud Protests Across Culture: Group Research Project Connor Breen- Assessment Jeffrey Lloyd- Jordanian Reactions Paige Sweeney- Image Background/History Eric Naud- Image Background/History Nicholas Parks- American Reactions: For this project our group decided to use an image from the 1960’s depicting one of the various protests against the […]



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Thousand Words

Drawing Across Cultures, COR330-11 “Untitled” by Wired Magazine Cross-Cultural Iconography: Group Research Project Travis Soterion– Background Research James Bayne– Breakdown Analysis Katrina Berube– Jordanian Responses Christa Bennett – American Responses How do people see each other across the world? I haven’t been anywhere in the middle east yet, but I know what the people and […]



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