I must admit that it quite difficult to evaluate your own work right after the day you finished it. My mind is still thinking about deadline and presentation. Like everyone else, I will be recuperating in the next few days ...Read More

When Pac-Man bites the power pellet located in one of the corners of his maze the ghosts that have previously been chasing him turn dark blue and become vulnerable to attack. They then scatter and each focuses on a point ...Read More

Despite my project's metamorphosis into something beyond (and better) what I originally imagined, I went to bed last night feeling like I still had details to add, things to change, ways to organize things differely.  Ultimately, this project has left ...Read More

In looking back over the past 4 months, I’ve come to realize several things about multi-modal research and scholarship, the most prominent being that this approach to scholarship is thoroughly more complex than just researching a topic and writing a ...Read More

Well this was for sure a very long journey! Not only did it feel laborious but my project was also fluctuating from week to week as many different ideas were going through my head. Moreover, as I went along, the ...Read More

Stop 1: Idea Ever since reading Michel de Certeau's "Walking in the City" (1980) several years ago I've been very attracted to the essay's central metaphor: the city as text. His proposal, or at least what I took from it and ...Read More

The past Wednesday, during Adrian and Hanna’s presentations, I was seating in the back. From that perspective, I was able to enjoy a shared sentiment of enjoyment, that of the pleasure of achievement: we did it! This reaction was tattooed ...Read More

I’m about mid-way (almost) in entering my data onto the URT map. Right now, it seems like I have a bunch of points on a map and my argument is a far away process. I’m hoping by today, all my ...Read More

The Saturday after Thanksgiving I went to the Faircount Pigeon Show. This is more like a livestock show or dog show than a racing competition—a whole other sect of pigeon appreciation. I arrived at Warsaw Park in Ansonia, Connecticut, which looked ...Read More

So I'm not sure why but I tried to post this weeks ago and I guess it didn't work. Also the draft wasn't saved. Oh well, I've been bad enough about the process blogs as it is. Apologies. So after meeting ...Read More