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Coda or Interregnum?

Happy new year to my readers! I begin a new semester looking forward to City College of San Francisco’s imminent release from academic death row of de-accreditation (hopefully via a court judgement against the ACCJC). No news yet though. Many … Continue reading

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The Muse Returns

The Muse Returns written 10/11/13 edited 10/27/13 After my uninspiring blog post on the media literacy conference (9/7/13 post), I fell so deep into my City College-On-Death-Row-Semester that I could not think about posting, or even writing for myself. There … Continue reading

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Teaching about San Francisco Community Murals

text by Jeff Goldthorpe photographs by David Yu Here I am with my students, walking down 24th Street past South Van Ness toward Balmy Alley, San Francisco’s first outdoor mural gallery. I am lucky this semester to have David Yu … Continue reading

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Teaching Diego Rivera’s “Pan American Unity” Mural

Rivera Powerpoint Steven Mayers and I presented this slide show with a  (lecture not available here) to share our experience teaching about Diego Rivera’s “Pan American Unity” located on the City College of San Francisco main campus, and to encourage … Continue reading

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