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Turning of the Wheel:

The interplay of the Unique and Universal

A Digital Collection of Events from the Humanities Colloquium Series, Turning of the Wheel,
University of Idaho | Moscow, Idaho | 2011-2012

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Credits

Humanities Colloquium Director - Rodney Frey

Serving as the University of Idaho's Distinguished Humanities Professor during the academic year 2011-2012, Rodney Frey, Director of General Education and Professor of Ethnogoraphy, organized, directed, and facilitated the 2011-2012 Humanities Colloquium, Turning of the Wheel: A Humanities Exploration.

For more information: Rodney Frey

Turning of the Wheel PBS Documentary - Denise Bennett

To help us reflect upon and synthesize the various disparate presentations of this Humanities Exploration, a video was produced based on all the presentations and made available as a "video-on-demand," providing a "summary mosaic" of interwoven themes and insights of the year's events. Denise Bennett (Senior Instructor of Journalism and Mass Media) developed, video recorded interviews, and edited this video documentary. The documentary has appeared on Idaho Public Television in the fall of 2012.

Video - UI Video Production Center

All events were video recorded by the Video Production Center and rendered accessible for viewing as "video-on-demand" from this web site, via YouTube.

Photography & Web Design - Kristin Carlson Becker

Turning of the Wheel events, presentations, performances and exhibits were photographed, processed, and curated by Kristin Carlson Becker. The colloquium talks given by Bill Smith, Stephen Drown, and Sally Graves Machlis & Delphine Keim-Campbell were photographed by University of Idaho student Amrah Canul. Becker and Canul's images can be seen throughout the website. The website was designed by Kristin Carlson Becker, with the assistance of Devin Becker.

Digital Archiving - University of Idaho Library's Digital Initiatives

All videos, images, and documents have been archived by the University of Idaho Library's Digital Initiatives department and uploaded into their online database.

Turning of the Wheel Course

 Along with a 1-credit seminar, a 3-credit course, built around the theme of this series, was held during the Spring Semester 2012.  See Lindsey Anderson's paper in response to the Series and its theme.




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