Welcome to my Humanities 103/104: Connections & Conflict portfolio! This portfolio constitutes not only my journey through the course, but also my final evaluation for the second semester (for more information on the Humanities course at Davidson College, click here). Many pieces that I had intended to include have been left out due to the COVID-19 outbreak, but I had a lot of fun creating what is included in this final version of my portfolio.
Why “Recognition & Reciprocity”?
My portfolio’s formal name is Recognition & Reciprocity because I believe these two virtues are necessary to one’s approach to humanities as a discipline (more on that here).
For information on how and why I chose my main accent color, please visit Something Hue.
In the upper right hand corner, you can find my main menu. The pages are ordered as I intend you to view them, but feel free to hop, skip, and jump as you please. I do ask, however, that whenever you encounter a hyperlink, interact with it!
If you get lost in the layers of my website, follow the breadcrumb links at the top of the each page or re-navigate through the main menu.
Enjoy my path towards recognition & reciprocity.
Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions, comments, or concerns.
And if you’ve made it this far down…
Here are some pictures of me enjoying kombucha, a big rock, and my dog Tallulah!
All photographs taken by my father, David Blackshear. Hood River, Oregon, Cannon Beach, Oregon, and Davidson, North Carolina left to right.
- My pronouns are she/her/hers!
- I’m Davidson College class of 2023!
- I’m from Nashville, North Carolina! (The original Nashville for anyone wondering)
- I’m an intended Sociology major! Possible minors or double majors include…
- Hispanic Studies?
- Educational Studies?
- Latin American Studies?
- Who knows!
- I’m a member of Turner House on campus!
- I want to work with a nonprofit or in social work when I graduate!
- I love plants!
- I’m an only child!
- If I could live at the North Carolina Museum of Art, I would!
- I wet my toothbrush, put on toothpaste, then wet it again!