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Trees of Translation

Trees of Translation is an experiment in visualizing the translation of poetry and making the changelog of the process visible for readers. On the page linked above, readers will find poems by American poet Emily Dickinson and Chilean poet Victoria Ramirez, translated into the other's language (Dickinson from English to Spanish, Ramirez vice-versa). The translation process was encoded by the...

http://trees-of-translation.baltazarperez.com/
Omaha Historical

Nebraska, the "Cornhusker State," is located at the crossroads of America near the geographic center of the continental U.S. It will come as no surprise, then, that Nebraska's history reflects the richly varied and complex nature of broader American history. Now, historians, educators, students, and tourists can explore the places, figures, and events that have shaped this history through the...

https://omahahistorical.org/
Islamic Networks Group

Founded in 1993, the Islamic Networks Group (ING) is an organization dedicated to building peace and fostering an understanding of Muslims, Islam, and other marginalized and misunderstood groups, "to promote harmony among all people." This national network of speakers and educators works to promote diversity and cultural awareness through presentations, workshops, panels, social media campaigns,...

https://ing.org/
ArtStoryLab

Begun in early 2020 by art historian Hyejin Lee, the YouTube channel ArtStoryLab features short videos focused primarily on 18th-century European art. As of this writing, the channel includes 24 episodes on artworks, artists, museums, and more. For example, an 11-minute video from June 27, 2021, "[Peace of Art] How to Pay Attention Like Jean-Simeon Chardin," discusses the artist and includes an...

https://www.youtube.com/c/ArtStoryLab
Fossils and Paleontology Educational Activities

From the National Park Service (previously featured in the 06-19-2020 Scout Report), this collection features more than 20 paleontology activities, lesson plans, and materials for elementary, middle, or high school classrooms. The resources were "developed by education specialists in the National Park Service, fossil sites, or museums across the country," which should assure science teachers that...

https://www.nps.gov/subjects/fossils/educational-activities....