As the Spring term wraps up, we are beginning to plan the 2009/2010 academic year.
I am already excited about next year’s CultureNet core courses; in particular, I am looking for to the core courses in the Year 2 Spring Term (even if that is nearly a year away).
The program is designed to place different disciplines in conversation with each other with an especial emphasis on the ways in which they respond to our program focus on culture and technology. Next spring the Year 2 students will be taking Cognitive Psychology, Twentieth-Century Art History, and Philosophy. I may have to audit all three courses, but I am very partial the Philosophy course – Minds, Brains, Machines – to be taught by Sue Gardner.
This is the medium I chose to do my research project. I had a lot of problems with media and I am not sure if that’s to do with some kind of media difficulty with wordpress. I have a few interactive polls at the conclusion I invite everyone to take part in. This subject is a bit on the dark side and I appologize to anyone who may be offended by anything said here. The interviews are pretty neat too but there is some strong wording now and then. http://hivtransmissioninvancouver.wordpress.com