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Improv Helps Ph.D.’s Explain Their Work—and Loosen Up – Graduate Students – The Chronicle of Higher Education
Drama as professional development: what could be better? Article features improv workshops at UCI.
Great piece by my friend Paul.
Sorry not to have attended this one!
Interesting connections to Arendt via Richard Sennett.
Great account of koreatown’s relationship to historic buildings and evolving fabric of LA.
“If K-town increasingly resembles an empire on the march, gobbling up new territory by the week, it is not an empire made of bricks and mortar. It is a net draped over the existing cityscape, a net of signage and light, easily stretched and infinitely expandable. It fills, cloaks or remakes spaces in the city others had abandoned or forgotten about.”