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Reflection Activity- End of Year

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Nothing really surprised me other than not realizing how many we have done this year. Doing them as we go along with projects doesn’t seem like a lot, then I look back at… Continue reading

Final: Iowa’s First of Many- LGBT Community (Jordan, Gia, Zoe)

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Iowa Narrative Podcast: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uKpOeXav9ds&feature=youtu.be 100 Word Blurb: Many students don’t know, but Iowa has been an extremely progressive school throughout the years.  A few firsts Iowa has accomplished includes being the first public school… Continue reading

Artifact Interviews

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The artifact that I chose of Adams was his water bottle. He said he didn’t have anything on him or with him that held great meaning but his water bottle is something he… Continue reading

Maus Reflection

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2) The story being told in a graphic novel about the events taken place in the holocaust I feel adds a lighter description of something so serious. I personally enjoyed a different take… Continue reading

Iowa Narratives Project (Gia, Jordan, Zoe)

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Proposal: Gia’s Proposal- A story I found interesting for our group to explore was the flood of 2008 that effected many cities in Iowa, including Iowa City and Coralville. The Coalville river dam… Continue reading

FINAL: Rhetoric of a Public Space- Main Library (Zoe, Gia, Jordan)

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Final report of Rhetoric of a Public Space: Final RPS Process and research log: Log Keeper This photo was taken in the winter of 1949-1950 displaying the beginning of the construction for the University of… Continue reading

Little Miss Sunshine

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As you watch the movie:  The family member that I chose to observe is Olive. She chooses to devote he life to pageants and training for Little Miss Sunshine. Her short term goal… Continue reading

Public Space: University of Iowa Main Library (Jordan, Zoe, Gia)

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RDRPS The public place that my group chose was the University of Iowa Main Library. Among the numerous libraries we have access to on campus, this one stuck out to us the most.… Continue reading

Archives Alive: Final Post (Edna Griffin)

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Civil Rights Activist With An Extreme Involvement http://diyhistory.lib.uiowa.edu/transcribe/4199/120291 Archives Alive! Presentation Part 2c: During the time of 1950s-1960s, the Civil Rights Movement was in its peek publicly and in its involvement from the african… Continue reading

Library Selfie

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Here is my book! It is called Radicalism at the Crossroads, African American Woman Activists in the Cold War.