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Pedagogy Series 4.5: Photographs from the Reception

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By: Amy Chen, CLIR Postdoctoral Fellow

This is the final post of a five-part series on Dr. Cardon’s English 103 classes and their project using Special Collections materials to create a physical display for exhibition in the W.S. Hoole Library Lobby. Read the first and second posts which provide an overview of the class and project and then look over student Annemarie Lisko’s piece and her interview if you haven’t yet had a chance! 

The following are a few photographs from the reception last Thursday, December 4, 2014 in honor of the opening of Artifacts of Ancestry. We had around fifty attendees, including students from all three of Dr. Cardon’s sections of English 103, parents and family members of the curators, and a large portion of the local Tuscaloosa Genealogical Society. Thanks everyone for coming out and thanks to Muzel Chen from the Alabama Digital Humanities Center for taking photographs of the event.

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From Left to Right: Christian Perkins, Chandler Flurry, Dr. Lauren Cardon, Emme Brown, Josie Herumin, Emily Sutton

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From Left to Right: Dr. Lauren Cardon; Chuck Gerdau, President of the Genealogical Society; Dr. Joan Parsons, Emeritus Instructor of Biology; and Dr. Amy Chen

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A visitor inspects the displays

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From Left to Right: Christian Perkins, Chandler Flurry, Dr. Emma Wilson from the Alabama Digital Humanities Center, Dr. Lauren Cardon from English, Emme Brown, Josie Herumin, Annemarie Lisko, Emily Sutton, and Dr. Amy Chen from Special Collections

 

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