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Tag Archives: Humanities Conference
A Place at the Nayarit – Unknown Expectations- Opening Plenary: Natalia Molina
Conference planning. I am the type of person, that when I make a schedule of what to see maybe WAY more than I can possibly fit in a timeslot, I feel more comfortable just having a list in the waiting, … Continue reading
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Delaware Humanities, Day 1 Upon Us
November 10, 2022 Preconference Workshop Museum on Main Street 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM Looking back on the off the flight, to the Huntington Gardens as depicted in this post – harrybrake.com/2022/11/19/classrooms-exist-around-us/ It was a LONG Day traveling from the … Continue reading
Classrooms Exist Around Us
Imagine Longwood Gardens , 1,100 acres, and visiting a garden that seems to to triple that, but is only 130 acres, This will give you an idea of the overwhelming immensity and beauty that is the Huntington. Stepping off the … Continue reading