[Humanist] 24.688 publications: sustainability; seeing

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  [1]   From:    "GLIMPSE | the art + science of seeing"                   (48)
                <editor at glimpsejournal.com>
        Subject: GLIMPSE Issue #7, TEXT, now available

  [2]   From:    Luis Gutierrez <luisgutierrez at peoplepc.com>               (32)
        Subject: Mother Pelican ~ February 2011


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        Date: Thu, 03 Feb 2011 21:29:50 -0700
        From: "GLIMPSE | the art + science of seeing" <editor at glimpsejournal.com>
        Subject: GLIMPSE Issue #7, TEXT, now available


[Please forward as desired. Apologies for cross-postings.]

TEXT
GLIMPSE | the art + science of seeing, issue #7, winter 2011 now
available http://www.glimpsejournal.com

CONTENTS

READING EUROPE’S PALEOLITHIC WRITING: Gönnersdorf Platte 87
Donald Thomas Burgy, artist

AESTHETIC INNOVATION IN INDIGENOUS TYPEFACES: Designing a Lushootseed font
Juliet Shen, typographer

DYSLEXIA: A mind for typography
Dr. Matthew H. Schneps, Director, Lab for Visual Learning,
Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics

ANATOMY OF TEXTURE
Dr. Matthew Reed, imaging scientist and Visiting Professor, University
of Ulster

ACTIVATING PRAYERS: Textual landscapes of the Tibetan Buddhist diaspora
Dr. Christine McCarthy Madsen with photographs by Robert Correia, Jr.

NEGATED NEWS: HISTORIES’ RANSOM NOTES
An interview with visual artist Megan Michalak
Carolyn Arcabascio and Megan Hurst

MAPPING TEXT
Dr. André Skupin, Associate Professor of Geography, San Diego State
University

RETROSPECT ca. 1865
Text as Image: A Portrait of Abraham Lincoln
Georgia B. Barnhill, Director, Center for Historic American Visual
Culture, American Antiquarian Society

(Re)VIEWS: Prospero's Books
Ivy Moylan, GLIMPSE Film Reviewer

THE SYMBOLIC WARNING
Ryan Sullivan, illustrator

WATCH
As One, street artist, graphic designer, illustrator

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        Date: Fri, 04 Feb 2011 22:58:19 -0500
        From: Luis Gutierrez <luisgutierrez at peoplepc.com>
        Subject: Mother Pelican ~ February 2011

For your consideration:

Mother Pelican - A Journal of Sustainable Human Development
Volume 7, Number 2, February 2011
Technological Innovation for Human Development
http://www.pelicanweb.org/solisustv07n02page1.html

Articles
Page 1. Technological Innovation for Human Development
Page 2. 2011: The year we’ll hit 7 billion, by Lisa Hyman
Page 3. A Conversation on Happiness, by Derek Ross
Page 4. Human Dignity and Diversity Training, by Susan Clark
Page 5. Globalization and Collective Violence, by Thomas Scheff
Page 5. Impact of Increased Global Food Prices, by Sara Gustafson
Page 6. The Biology of Globalization, by Elisabet Sahtouris
Page 7. Technology Breakthrough with a Fatal Flaw, by Promode Kant
Page 7. Ethical Analysis-Cancun Climate Negotiations, by Donald Brown
Page 8. Sex and Nonviolence, by Symon Hill
Page 9. A Synopsis of Socioeconomic Democracy, by Robley George

Supplements
Supp1. Advances in Sustainable Development
Supp2. Directory of Sustainable Development Resources
Supp3. Sustainable Development Simulation (SDSIM) Version 1.4
Supp4. Budapest Call for Climate Justice (World Council of Churches)

Please forward this notice to friends and associates. Submission of 
research papers on solidarity, sustainability, and sustainable human 
development is cordially invited.

Sincerely,
Luis

Luis T. Gutiérrez, PhD, PE
The Pelican Web of Solidarity and Sustainability
Mother Pelican: A Journal of Sustainable Human Development
A monthly, CC license, free subscription, open access e-journal
http://pelicanweb.org





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