Beast of the Southern Wild, Man on the TV Say, and Wont be but a Minute
1. Beasts of the Southern Wild
o Focuses on people outside the levee.
o They viewed themselves as animals
Were all meat were all the same?
Unlike us, Hushpuppy views
Emotion: Clues from the Brain Joseph E. LeDoux
Background on brain anatomy
LeDoux touches on the experiment with unconditioned stimulus and conditioned
Group notes To See the Earth before the end of the World Roberson &
The Six Extinction Chapter 5 The New Pangaea
o How did the whole poem strike you along with the format of disjointed
o The Worlds death piece by piece each longer than we.
Wild Geese, Republic, 23rd Century Poem, & Chronic Group notes
1. Wild Geese
You only have to left the soft animal of your body love what it loves
o What does this idea of the soft animal of your body mean to you.
Whoever you are, no matter how lonely,
Kohlbert the Sixth Extinction, Chapter XII The Madness Gene,
Jay Leeming Law Office, and Juan Carlos Galeano History notes
The Madness Gene
o Why is the whole chapter devoted to Neanderthals?
To show us what we came from how our ancestors were one from
The destruction of our synthetic nature and its impending future.
As humans we have advanced to the point where nature has become a malleable
force. End of Nature by Mckibben discusses the idea that the world has been
Richard Kerridge Ecocriticism; C. K. Williams Not Soul; &
Juliana Spahr Gentle, Now, Dont Add to Heartache notes
o What do you think of the piece itself?
The right audience may never see it.
But maybe even though a lot of people wont rea
ART 101 Introduction to Art History
MASTER COURSE SYLLABUS
*Instructors will provide students with additional course-specific information, including class
meeting times [including, if applicable, a schedule of hybrid days and their corresponding
US 110 Introduction to Business
MASTER COURSE SYLLABUS
Professor: Joe Slifko
Email: [email protected]
Credits: Lecture, 3; Lab, 0
Course Description: This course examines the socia
8 September, 2016
There is one thing that scientists have struggled to agree on is whether or not viruses are
alive. Viruses are not considered alive because they lack many of the properties that scientists
23 September, 2016
Do Isopods Prefer Acidic or Basic Solutions Lab
(By: Alexander Pfau, Robert Pereira, Sydney Riley)
This lab is meant to show if isopods prefer acidic or basic solutions. While the hypothesis
is that w
10 March 2016
The future of society has been written down in two books that portray the future as a
bleak place. The books are the dystopian novels Anthem by Ayn Rand and Fahrenheit 451 by
Ray Bradbury. A dystopia is a futu
Copyright The Columbia University Press
Phoenicia (fnsh), ancient territory occupied by Phoenicians. The name Phoenicia also
appears as Phenice and Phenicia. These people were Canaanites (see Canaan), and in the 9th
cent. BC the Greeks gave the
Feder, Ecocriticism, Posthumanism, and the Biological Idea of Culture;
Jeffers Shine, Perishing Republic; Ammons, Garbage notes
How does she redefine culture?
o She states that culture is different in every society and it
Brittany Schrager Memo October 21, 2014
Marriage is a concept that has changed in meaning as society has changed.
Marriage, in the past, was something that was not only considered permanent but also a
tradition that was expected. Today divorce is more com
Notes on Movie and Jungle in my backyard
1. Jungle in My backyard
What does the quote mean to you? Why is it interesting?
Door after door of longhouse occupants have placed plas-tic soda bottles filled
with rice wine in the center of their family galler
The Dark Mountain Project Notes
They used the term ecocide instead of Anthropocene to describe what our earth
has become because of us.
The Problems of ecocide or anthropocene
o Myth of Progress
o Myth of Human Centrality
o Myth of Control
o Myth of civil
The People of Sand and Slag Bacigalupi notes
1. The People of Sand & Slag
Bacigalupi makes this story so grotesque to focus on the physical
adaptations that this future has changed.
o It makes you question their moral capacity
You can tell its written
Wind up chapters 18-28 notes
Hock Seng usually has hogged his money and been shrewd in planning for a
o Why all the sudden, does it he give a huge wad of money to Mia?
It has put him in an uncomfortable position since he doesnt have
the dung lord
Group work Gentle Now, Dont Add to Heartache & History
What do you think is the over all attitude of the poem?
In the last stanzas: 3, 4, and 5 stanza the narrator speaks about what we have
destroyed and what we have left in a very satirical
Windup chapter 29-Epilogue notes
Summary of last chapters:
o Windup girl gets pushed too far and kills a couple people
o The General Akarra is called out as planning the assignation and he goes
to war with the white shirts.
o Everyone dies and Kanya is ne
Windup Girl Chapters 8-17 notes
Summarization of chapters and characters
Chapter 8 is through Andersons point of view.
Chapter 9 is through Emikos point of view
o Intertwine of the two characters:
Emiko and Anderson have a forbidden relationship.
Wind up Girl Group 2 questions
1. What are your overall thoughts of the ending of the book?
2. Are you confused about everything?
3. To go to a specific question why do you feel Anderson put himself in danger and
hid what he knew about Emiko even after he
Response Paper #3
October 8, 2014
Uncivilisation and the Anthropocene
Paul Kingsnorth and Dougald Hine characterize the present society humans live in as a
tragic beauty (The Dark Mountain Manifesto 1). In The Dark Mountain Manifesto,
The Windup Girl chapter 1-7 pgs.1-86 notes
o Anderson Lake- He is working at the seed bank to steal the formula that
creates the artificial fruits and vegetables.
Hint that he has killed people before.
It seems he doesnt ap
The Sixth Extinction Atelopus Zeteki
& For a Coming Extinction W.S. Merwin
o Pg. 5 There are golden frogs wearing frilly skirts and golden frogs
striking dance poses and golden frogs smoking cigarettes through a holder,
after the fashion
September 29, 2014
The Argument on an Absence of Beauty
In this commercialized world, where the environment and Industry have
converged, the idea of pure nature itself has been washed away. Pure or untouched nature