Category: Research

Photographer Edward Curtis and Indian Uses of Desert Plants in Arizona

I haven’t posted about my novel for a while and thought I’d give you an update. I made a lot of progress last summer but when the school year resumed, I become inundated with responsibilities and lacked that long-ago ambition to get up before the… Continue Reading “Photographer Edward Curtis and Indian Uses of Desert Plants in Arizona”

George and the Opium Den

The month of February was a blur of moving and working. And writing. I’ve been concentrating on writing creatively rather than creating blog posts about films. Also, I haven’t gone anywhere to share any photo shots. For now, I just want to keep working… Continue Reading “George and the Opium Den”

The Swastika

It is a great irony in World History. That a symbol of peace and well-wishes should signify hate and encapsulate the pain of WWII. The Swastika has an ancient history as a symbol of peace used around the world. To my students, this is… Continue Reading “The Swastika”