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Okay, I can flake on my own responsibilities, but I can't flake on group responsibilities. There's a group project in my art history class, the proposal for which is due on Monday. The guy compiling the report emailed me today, saying he needs my section of the proposal by 5pm Sunday, and to be honest, I don't know what to write, even though he provided his section as an example.

It's a class in Precolumbian art, and my group's got the Pacific Northwest culture group, which we haven't actually studied in class yet (it'll actually be the last section we get to). My section is Language, and I have absolutely no idea how I'm going to relate language to art for a culture that had no written language at all. So, anyone got any ideas?

From : Gabriel Patterson
Sent : Thursday, April 1, 2004 10:16 AM
To : me and some other people
Subject : Art History Group Project

Hello group members. Please provide the following by 5pm Sunday so I can put together our group proposal:

Your name
Your topic
What you are doing to carry your share of the workload.
Your bibliography

For instance, my section of the proposal will say something like:

Dick-Gabe Patterson:
I am planning to discuss the totem poles of the Pacific Northwest Native Americans. I am going to be consolidating everyone's notes into one paper of info and reading my section on totem poles during our presentation. I am going to use info from the following sources for my topic:

"The Totem Pole Indians" by Joseph H. Wherry
"Totem Poles: An Illustrated Guide" by Marjorie M. Halpin
"Totem Poles of the Pacific Northwest coast" by Edward Malin

Something like that should be fine if all five of us do one. Then, at some point in the near future, I will need everybody to give me their notes so I can put them all together in a more standardized format. If you can, try to put your notes into paragraph form, otherwise I will have to figure out how to do that. This thing is going to be due right after test 3 so we should get it out of the way and not wait until we are trying to study for that to do it (IMO). Anyway, that's it for now.

Thanks,
Dick-Gabe
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fahran From: fahran Date: Thursday 1st April 2004 21.32 (UTC) (Link)
"The Totem Pole Indians" by Joseph H. Wherry
"Totem Poles: An Illustrated Guide" by Marjorie M. Halpin
"Totem Poles of the Pacific Northwest coast" by Edward Malin


The guy's not related to Arnold Rimmer by any chance?
valamelmeo From: valamelmeo Date: Friday 2nd April 2004 08.10 (UTC) (Link)
Well, with a name like Dick-Gabe, I suppose anything's possible...
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