Category Archives: Humanities

One more post I reported

Though, I’ll be honest.  This is the report that probably got me banned.  See, there is a faculty code of conduct as well, and this post is a confession from a faculty member that he regularly violates it – “Take … Continue reading

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Religious Pop Quiz

Bible, or Koran? 1-Now therefore kill every male among the little ones, and kill every woman that hath known man by lying with him.  But all the women children, that have not known a man by lying with him, keep … Continue reading

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Thinking About Diversity and Inclusion

What are the dimensions of cultural diversity? Identify and briefly explain the dimensions by referencing both textbooks. Some of the dimensions of cultural diversity are racial groups (a group socially set apart by obvious physical difference), ethnic groups (groups set … Continue reading

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A Ghost Story

A single tulip had struggled its way free of the weed-choked garden that spanned the front porch.  Long strips of paint peeled from the siding and columns.  Like most of the windows, the doorway held little more than the memory … Continue reading

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More on Writing

Viewers generally need the details of a concrete setting in order to enter the story Engaging all the senses is an important part of creating a setting.  In addition to the visual impact of the setting, one must also consider … Continue reading

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On Writing

Personification: giving human characteristics to something nonhuman Many of us do this even outside of writing.  My husband and I will often address the dog as though he were capable of understanding and responding to what we say, and occasionally … Continue reading

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Salvador Dali

Salvador Dali painted images from his dreams and the question is often asked, was Dali genius, or madman? Throughout his life he enjoyed creating a sensation as well as creating controversy.  He spent most of his life promoting himself and … Continue reading

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