Tag: german

CATEGORIES: November 2016

Rectanus: The Art of the Selfie

“The project demonstrates how mobile media enable pedestrians to experience, communicate, and archive their experiences of traversing the urban zones of everyday life.”

CATEGORIES: November 2016

Amidon: The Uses & Disadvantages of the Photographed Self

” So as we use the “selfie” to help define ourselves today, we should bear in mind that the use of the photograph for the definition of “selves” has a long a complex history – and we can celebrate our ability to make and enjoy images of our “selves” freely and openly.”

CATEGORIES: September 2016

Dani Hammes: Combining Anthro and Languages Before It Was Cool

Early this semester, we had the chance to sit down with WLC Ambassador, Dani Hammes. Dani is a third-year undergraduate studying Anthropology, German and Chinese- someone who saw the connection between the two departments before they became one. We talked with her about Anthropology, Language Study, and the connection between the two.   Did you … Continue reading Dani Hammes: Combining Anthro and Languages Before It Was Cool