Anthro2 - Lauren Taranow 9-14-10 Draw a map of your college...

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Lauren Taranow 9-14-10 Draw a map of your college from your own perspective (that expresses YOUR perception of the space and your use of it) After completing your map, 1) What kinds of spatial divisions are noticeable? (Think about differences between “town and gown,” between study and leisure… 2) How does the space relate to different categories of people, for example, male and female, children/elderly, faculty/students. Who has freedom of movement in these spaces, when and where? Grass and outdoor squares are public places where anyone is allowed to eat/study/sleep/socialize Smokers do not congregate around no smoking signs, tend to sit on benches with distinct distance from buildings or smoke while walking Teachers-freedom to walk, not students Girls-less likely to walk around campus at night than boys 3) IN what ways are activities classified by space, for example, sleeping, eating, and so on.
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Lauren Taranow 9-14-10 Writing Assignment #2 – Space at UT It is clear that many spatial divisions exist on the UT campus. Classrooms are occupied by students studying or learning, as well as professors who teach classes. Within the classrooms, there is a further division between the teachers and teaching
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