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Via released works and within the lecture room, Irene iciness served as a mentor for the most recent iteration of students of Mesopotamian visible tradition. The contributions to this quantity in her honor characterize a go element of the nation of scholarship at the present time.

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2005. Inspiring Pedagogy: The Art of Teaching Art. CAA News 30 (September): 6-7, 40. The Silk Road Student Activity Package. 1997. Vancouver BC: North American Multimedia Corporation. Smith, Roberta. 2006. Should Museums Always Be Free? The New York Times (Sunday, July 22): 7, 13. Stix, Andi, and Frank Hrbek, 2001. Ancient Mesopotamia. Westminster, CA: Teacher Created Materials. UNESCO. 1997. The Silk Roads: Roads of Encounter. , and Henri Zerner. 1995. Art and Visual Culture. Art Journal 54, no.

Although open access to the precious cedar wood of the Lebanon didn’t mean to me what it did to the residents of southern Mesopotamia, that artifact nevertheless carried with it an arsenal of meaning that still stays with me: about one incredible teacher; about hope, healing and heroism; and about the relationship between the context of an object and its meaning. To fully appreciate this incident one has to realize that it followed a year of phone conversations about the Gilgamesh Epic between Irene Winter and myself, a seventeen-year-old undergraduate, temporarily confined to bed.

In other words, there is always an emphasis on interdisciplinary study in her scholarship, as well as her pedagogy. 3 With Irene’s direction, these simple objects brought me into contact with some of the larger theoretical ideas in art history—about cultural identity, gender and sexuality, and body decoration (for example, Marcus 1988, 1993). Irene encourages us all to work with excavated materials, for both ethical and intellectual reasons. She demonstrates in her teaching and writing that insights always become richer when one can embed a work of art in its original context.

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