This semester was quite interesting, I really enjoyed it especially my online class humanities 101 with
Professor Patricia. In the beginning of the of the semester when I seen the list of assignments that would
be needed to completed,I thought to myself t
Learn to be calm and you will always be happy - Paramahansa Yogananda
I decided to go into depth on this quote because I learned a long time ago to maintain happiness, you
must not over analyze, and accept things for w
I chose to write to write about Aristotelianism due to natural the philosopher Aristotle states that
happiness is not only about being wealthy, healthy and enjoying all the material things in life. He stresses
that happiness comes from bei
It is true, all we need in our life and all we want is to be loved. From birth, when we first opened our eyes
and stare into her mother and father eyes we witness love at first sight. Before we can even pronounce
the word love, we have been loved by numer
Abstractionism Vs Cubism
Abstract art is a painting or sculpture that doesnt describe a noun. It began in the year 1911, the two
Artist that Ill be comparing and contrasting are founders who originated from this type of art. Marcel
Duchamp, and Georges Br
ANTH 153 Introduction to Archaeology
Final Exam Review
Terms and Concepts:
Lithics use wear and residue analysis
Pottery slip, firing, and stylistic analysis
Organic Flora (paleoethnobotany): Pollen and phytoliths; Fauna: what it
Welcome to HDEV 356!
Overview of Syllabus
Journal something you already know about babies.
Journal something you want to know about babies.
Introduce yourself to your neighbor a
Prof. Teresa Boyer
29 February 2016
CH 2 Outline
Pictures: Drawing, Painting, Printmaking, and Photography
1. What is it?
a. Pictures such as drawings, paintings, photographs, and prints are executed
differently and have different t
18 April 2016
Chapter 6: Literature
Creative Literature literature pursuing excellence of form or expression and presenting ideas
of permanent or universal interest
Takes us out of ourselves while we engage i
HUM101: Chapter 4 Outline
Often is described as the art of sheltering ppl both physically and spiritually from the raw
elements of the unaltered world
What is it?
Comprises the design of 3D space to create practical enclosure
Basic forms are
CH 3 Sculpture
1. What is it?
Sculpture is a 3-dimensional art
May take the form of whatever it seeks to represent, form pure, or nonobjective form, to
lifelike depiction of ppl or any other entity
2. How is it put together?
Chapter 7: Theatre
Theatre takes lifelike circumstances and compresses them into organized episodes.
The result, although looking like reality, goes far beyond reality in order to make us
find in its characters pieces of ourselves (Sporre 164).