Week 6 – Winter
THURSDAY FIELD TRIP TO TAYLOR’S SHELLFISH – BE PREPARED TO LEAVE CAMPUS AT 9:00. Meet vans at parking lot C sidewalk. RETURN BY 5 pm
Video Assignment Due BEFORE 9AM: See Video Assignment Forum for Vimeo posting requirements
9-10:50 Lecture: Ocean Acidification and Oyster Biology; 10:50-11 Choosing Evergreen’s Mascot: Micro-screening from Three Feet Under : Digging Deep for the Geoduck
Reading: BEFORE CLASS, please read all of the following articles and bring a copy of each to class. (1) Barton-et-al_Ocean-acid-PNW-shellfish_Oceanography2015 by Barton et al.; (2) Ocean_Acidification_PNW_Facts . ; (3) Synopsis_Olympia_Oyster ; (4) Olympia_Oyster_WA_History&Management. Olympia Oyster Life Cycle – scroll down to figure 3. Note that the Barton article is ~13 pages of text, so make sure to start early.
11-12 Student Video Screening
1:30-2:30 Tasting Lab [BRING TO CLASS YOUR COPY of Stuckey’s Taste What You’re Missing]
Reading: Stuckey ch 11 “Sour”
WPreLab 3 is DUE Tuesday by 1 PM online at the Terroir Canvas Winter Site (see link in right column at the bottom of the WordPress program site or enter through your myevergreen.edu). Wtr PreLab 3 is posted on the canvas winter quarter site. DO NOT TRY TO USE THE FWS CANVAS SITE, RATHER USE THE WINTER CANVAS SITE ONLY.
Please remember to wash your hands with soap on arrival in the Longhouse.
2:30-4:30 Student Video Screening
Seminar: Required reading Geography of Oysters (Jacobsen) 1-72, 165-264 (includes 20 pages of recipes); Consider the Oyster (Fisher) 3-29
Due: Seminar Writing Assignment with week 6 variation: 1) Identify a thesis for Jacobsen’s text; 2) identify a thesis for Fisher’s text; 3) provide supporting evidence for the theses as suggested in this quarter’s Seminar Writing Assignment; 4) conclude with 1-3 sentences that compare and contrast the two thesis; 5) have someone proofread your paper, revise, and type the word count next to your name.
Art Lecture Series 11:30-1 COM Bldg http://blogs.evergreen.edu/artistlectureseries/
Steve Davis, Evergreen faculty/staff, photography. Current exhibition, Steve Davis Portraits at Galerie Fotoland, Library First Floor
FIELD TRIP TO TAYLOR’S SHELLFISH – BE PREPARED TO LEAVE CAMPUS AT 9:00 AM meet vans at parking lot C sidewalk. Return by 5:00 pm
Pre-Reading for Field Trip Tasting: Taste Culture Reader ch 37 (385-394) “But is it Authentic?” Thesis for pre-field trip contemplation: Eating requires intimacy and vulnerability. Eating requires an object (oyster) become part of oneself. Eating requires risk and trust.
Shellfish Club film screening of Three Feet Under: Digging Deep for the Geoduck at 5pm, with a potluck (and free oysters) before the film. Ask Emily for details.
Independent Field Study Consultations 10:30-12 Sem2 E3109. Be prepared to share progress and challenges for each of your learning goals.