Author Archives: Zach

Final project: Sharing My World

Final update and wrap-up   Project summary Summary for those of you just joining us: this semester I worked with Brothers Keepers, an after school program focusing on social, spiritual, and intellectual enrichment for young men, housed in Hosanna House in

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Final project: Sharing My World

Final update and wrap-up   Project summary Summary for those of you just joining us: this semester I worked with Brothers Keepers, an after school program focusing on social, spiritual, and intellectual enrichment for young men, housed in Hosanna House in

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R3 – Virtual Reality for Data Visualization

VR for the web In the currently unfolding rapid expansion of virtual reality in the consumer market, a brief study of the available technologies for bringing web content into VR devices seems to indicate that we’re in the competing-standards era of this

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R3 – Virtual Reality for Data Visualization

VR for the web In the currently unfolding rapid expansion of virtual reality in the consumer market, a brief study of the available technologies for bringing web content into VR devices seems to indicate that we’re in the competing-standards era of this

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R2 – response to readings

The unusual tale of Samantha Azzopardi, the girl who serially pretended to have been trafficked, abused, and generally terribly mistreated, really does illustrate the power of storytelling to compel humans’ thinking. The central lesson of her story is that in

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R2 – response to readings

The unusual tale of Samantha Azzopardi, the girl who serially pretended to have been trafficked, abused, and generally terribly mistreated, really does illustrate the power of storytelling to compel humans’ thinking. The central lesson of her story is that in

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R1 – Response to Readings

In “Storytelling for Oppositionists and Others: a Plea for Narrative,” law professor Richard Delgado makes a wonderfully unpredictable move for an article in a law review: he gleefully spins a tale. The thrust of the article is a presentation, through

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R1 – Response to Readings

In “Storytelling for Oppositionists and Others: a Plea for Narrative,” law professor Richard Delgado makes a wonderfully unpredictable move for an article in a law review: he gleefully spins a tale. The thrust of the article is a presentation, through

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national racial segregation map by Dustin Cable (2013)

Dustin Cable, at the University of Virginia’s Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service, created a remarkably simple and powerful visualization of 2010 census data that shows racial population density and segregation in America. It simply paints one dot per person inside

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national racial segregation map by Dustin Cable (2013)

Dustin Cable, at the University of Virginia’s Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service, created a remarkably simple and powerful visualization of 2010 census data that shows racial population density and segregation in America. It simply paints one dot per person inside

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Theater of the Oppressed

Started in the 1980’s by Augusto Boal in Brazil, Theater of the Oppressed is now a worldwide movement that empowers communities to understand and respond to challenging social, economic, and political conditions through the catalyst of theater. The model of

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Theater of the Oppressed

Started in the 1980’s by Augusto Boal in Brazil, Theater of the Oppressed is now a worldwide movement that empowers communities to understand and respond to challenging social, economic, and political conditions through the catalyst of theater. The model of

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