The Anachronist is an interactive narrative set in the year 1596 in which a woman named Anna is set to be burned at the stake. What will be her fate? Your choices will help decide. It is republished with permission by the author from http://peterlevine.ws/anachronist/
Peter Levine is a professor and associate dean at Tufts University’s Tisch College of Civic Life. He has a PhD in philosophy. He is the author of seven books: most recently, We Are the Ones We Have Been Waiting For: The Promise of Civic Life in America. He has blogged almost daily since 2003 at http://peterlevine.ws/.
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MEMORY VI An Ostrich’s Eye Is Bigger Than Its Brain
Gloria ChungFilm, Multimedia Features
MEMORY VI An Ostrich’s Eye Is Bigger Than Its Brain is a rumination on why people remember certain trivial or mundane facts but might be unable to recall ostensibly larger ideas or details/events of greater significance. The works in this series, MEMORY, reflect different facets of human memory that I am interested in. They […]