CAT1.22.The life and work of Cathy Gere

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 5/2/11 Writing ourselves
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5/2/11 Recap What kind of DNA is only passed down the female line? What kind is only passed down the male line? Why are these genetic sites suitable for deep ancestry research? Why, according to Spencer Wells, did our patrilineal ancestor ‘Adam’ live
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5/2/11 Today’s lecture More examples and tips for the final project A short sermon about writing The last memory trace exercise
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5/2/11 Cathy Gere’s archive Journal entry, dated August 2010 Journal entry, dated September 2010 Email exchange between John Tresch and Cathy Gere, September 2010 Email exchange, between Jerome Schneewind and Cathy Gere, August 2010. Power point slides from
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5/2/11 The imaginary exhibition One way to imagine your exhibition is in traditional glass cases. It could be much more futuristic, of course, but the catalog and archive must both be made of paper. The lectures next week are about different kinds of memorials and exhibitions, to give you some ideas about museum practice.
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5/2/11 Here’s what your catalog entries might look like
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5/2/11 The Life and Work of Cathy Gere Internationally renowned historian Cathy Gere was born in London on June 6th 1964, the second child and only daughter of museum curators John and Charlotte Gere. She grew up in a part of London called the ‘World’s End’, named after a local pub said to have been patronized by Charles II.
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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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CAT1.22.The life and work of Cathy Gere - Writing ourselves...

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