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California State University, Dominguez Hills
University of Wisconsin, Parkside
Created: January 1, 2007
Latest Update: December 22, 2009
CRMJ/SOCA 359 Law and Society
CRMJ 391 The Criminal Justice Profession
CRMJ/SOCA 365 Race, Crime, Law
The Week of December 20, 2009 through Winter Break:
Susan's Butterfly Page, link to the latest hubpage.
Susan's Archives If you are looking for a particular week, you can find it in my archives.
To: My Students:
- Congratulations to our December 2009 Graduates
- Happy Holidays!
You are in big trouble if:
-- you do not resolve your "NG" (no grade) by December 16th.
-- you missed your second meeting with me.
-- you have become a "field mouse," (i.e., not attending class, not keeping up with your discussion questions, not reading the textbooks).
- If you would like to make more explosion boxes , I am keeping the link on this page.
- Interested in trying something new and different? Check out Wire Art . Jeanne has been working on alternatives to card making and boxes. She also incorporated the discussion on fear into this discussion.
Where the idea for "My World and Welcome to It" came from:
James Thurber's image for "My World and Welcome to It" on Wikipedia
Jeanne's comments on the art work:
Thurber seems to have related his world to his home. How did my image of Susan's and my world differ? Consider that I took a much wider view of our world, coloring hers in blues for a softer, kinder edge, and mine in red, like my red dress, for the Red Queen's fast-paced, hectic world. Yes, that's the Red Queen from Alice in Wonderland.
James Thurber is entering his home with a portfolio under his arm, suggesting that he is an artist. I didn't picture Susan and myself as teachers in a classroom. Instead I saw a wonderfully pleasant vacation scene, with a cool, comfortable or hot Santa Ana ocean breeze wafting in with all the stories our Dear Habermas (DH) community has to tell. I wonder if that could indicate a love of teaching. I hope so. jeanne
Template is tmplmyworlds.htm. jeanne