CAT1.15

CAT1.15 - Flexible, Tamper-Evident Archival Quality Smyth...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 5/2/11 Archival detective work The method of clues in Geisel Library
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5/2/11 Recap Maryanne Wolf argues that the reading brain ‘recycles’ a pre-existing neural system. What kind of task does she suggest we have co-opted for the purpose of reading text? What do Charles Darwin and Sherlock Holmes have in common?
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5/2/11 Leaving traces The act of writing generally has a deliberate quality: it is an act of communication with a specific audience in mind. The ‘method of clues’ can have a forensic aspect, consisting of the reconstruction of events in the past that were not meant to be
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5/2/11 Leaving an archive
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5/2/11 What archives look like
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5/2/11 The legality of paper Scientific Notebooks
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Unformatted text preview: Flexible, Tamper-Evident Archival Quality Smyth Sewn Binding • Imitation Leather Cover Coated for Lab Environments • Researcher and Witness Signature Blocks, Title, Project and Book Number Fields 5/2/11 Francis Crick archive 5/2/11 June 8th, 1916 5/2/11 Not exactly a prodigy 5/2/11 Wartime work 5/2/11 First marriage and first child 5/2/11 Odile 5/2/11 From physics to biology 5/2/11 Maurice Wilkins 5/2/11 Genes 5/2/11 Jim Watson 5/2/11 X-ray crystallography 5/2/11 Rosalind Franklin 5/2/11 Race to the finish 5/2/11 Double Helix 5/2/11 How much can you say in one page? 5/2/11 Nobel Prize 5/2/11 C.P. Snow 5/2/11 Churchill College 5/2/11 Move to California 5/2/11 Michael McClure 5/2/11 DNA metaphors...
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This note was uploaded on 05/02/2011 for the course CAT 1C taught by Professor Gere during the Fall '10 term at UCSD.

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