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    La Joaquinita

    Albuquerque, New Mexico. Anonymous performer. Quality: good/fair.

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    Ancestor (female) by anonymous

    Anonymous female ancestor portrait.

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    La Joaquinita

    Albuquerque, New Mexico. Anonymous performer. Quality: good/fair.

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    untitled by anonymous

    northern New Mexico. Anonymous informant participates in a Penitente service in a northern New Mexican village. Quality:Good/Fair

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    Por tu pasion, Jesus mio by Berry, Edwin

    Tome, New Mexico. Well-known anonymous sonnet, "A Cristo crucificado" (To Christ on the Cross), may be included at the end of this selection. Quality: good. PLEASE NOTE: this should be number 1 of 28 songs on the audiofile.

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    Making sense of drinking behaviors : meaning making and identity construction in Alcoholics Anonymous and on college campuses by Mayo, Ashley Michele Oliphant

    In this paper, I explore the process of meaning-making around alcohol consumption in two contexts: Alcoholics Anonymous meetings and a college campus. Drawing on ethnographic observation of AA meetings, interviews with AA members, and a survey of college students, I will discuss how context and interaction shape the process of alcohol-related identity construction. In Alcoholics Anonymous, members are provided with a clear, established path toward identity creation. On the college campus, however, students must give meaning to their behaviors without the aid of explicit standards or expectations.

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    Cipher [2014-2015 Vol. 18 no. 6 March]

    The Cipher is a nonfiction magazine that emphasizes journalistic writing and endeavors to engage the reader in meaningful discourse. The magazine comes out of Colorado College, but does not cover Colorado College exclusively. It investigates matters affecting the college, Colorado Springs, this nation and the world, and strives to be a venue for creative, critical perspectives.

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    Mictlan by Antonoff, Lauren

    The humble people of Corral del Risco are fighting for their land, but greater powers have something else in mind.

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    NAVIGATING NORMATIVITY: QUEERS IN A CISHETNORMATIVE PRESCOTT RECOVERY INDUSTRY by Modell, Collier Honora

    Because of the Prescott Recovery Industry's refusal to hold an opinion on anything other than alcoholism and its lack of self-critique, leading to an extreme lack of discourse surrounding intersectionality, alcoholism is equated with white, cisgender, straight men. When you walk into the doors of AA, you are solely an alcoholic. Not a black alcoholic affected by issues of racial prejudice and oppression, and not a trans alcoholic plagued by transphobia, for these intersections of identity are outside issues not to be brought into a meeting space, but rather to be overcome. Alcoholics Anonymous, and thus any treatment structure founded on the principles of Alcoholics Anonymous, interacts with non-normative individuals as a complete erasure of identity, a push towards normativity, and further marginalization of non- normative individuals.

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    Cipher [2013-2014 Vol. 17 no.3 November]

    The Cipher is a nonfiction magazine that emphasizes journalistic writing and endeavors to engage the reader in meaningful discourse. The magazine comes out of Colorado College, but does not cover Colorado College exclusively. It investigates matters affecting the college, Colorado Springs, this nation and the world, and strives to be a venue for creative, critical perspectives.

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    Cipher [2013-2014 Vol. 17 no.7 April]

    The Cipher is a nonfiction magazine that emphasizes journalistic writing and endeavors to engage the reader in meaningful discourse. The magazine comes out of Colorado College, but does not cover Colorado College exclusively. It investigates matters affecting the college, Colorado Springs, this nation and the world, and strives to be a venue for creative, critical perspectives.

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    Japanese ceramics: Sake bottle by Fujiwara Yu, modern Bizen potter. by Fujiwara Yu (1932-2001)

    Sake bottle by Fujiwara Yu (1932-2001), a modern potter in Okayama, Bizen. The piece is perhaps 6 inches tall, made of unglazed stoneware. In the lower right, we see a suggestion of uncovered clay, the dense dark iron red that characterizes much Bizen ware. The rest of piece is heavily covered with deposits of ash from the firing and the crustiness of the surface suggests that perhaps the piece was in a part of the kiln where it was completely buried in charcoal during the firing. On loan from an anonymous collector, R2002.51.1