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A component of this includes teaching students about civil liberties. In large part, this entails learning about the Bill of Rights in the U. Constitution and a raft of court cases that, essentially, further qualify the language of each of these first ten amendments. Other students struggle. In mentally furnishing their palace, from early-on and where possible, I encourage students to proceed sequentially just as Simonides suggested.
I would then encourage students to continue making mental images about the material under study at the various stations within the Chow Hall in roughly the same order the student would visit them during an actual meal. Because the Dining Hall houses so many fixtures and places e.
My experience has also taught me something about the character of the imagery students utilize in furnishing their mind palaces. I will defer to my colleagues in the Department of Psychological Science to explain fully how memory works; I am unqualified to do so. What I will note, though, is that rather banal imagery does not seem to best promote recall. Rather, images that are garish, even grisly, or otherwise outlandish are what most readily trigger recall.
For instance, if a student were to simply visualize a copy of the constitution sitting atop the salad bar with the Second Amendment circled, it might register. The student could add further nuance to this. City of Chicago , U. While it might take a bit of time for some students to create vivid even farcical imagery like this and relate it to features in the Chow Hall, the payoff in my experience is enhanced recall.
Surely, material in other disciplines will, like civil liberties in Political Science, be ripe for study in this manner. As the collective narratives were spoken, it was not necessary to have experienced the Cuban history of repression in order to share the prosthetic memory of its legacy. According to Bruguera, the government was fully aware of the provocative nature of the performance, but they chose to project an air of liberalism in consideration of the international presence of the biennial audience.
Oh, Behave, Tania Bruguera on behavior art and breaking the rules. Something great can be done. The committee reinforced that there was no collusion between the organization and the artist in a performance that would have a politically destabilizing effect in the community. Conclusion Feminism in the context of Cuba is informed by its national history associated with trauma, violence, and hierarchies of control. The artistic practices of Mendieta and Bruguera have responded to forced dislocation and to structures of power.
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