Observations of Nature: the Art of Scientific Illustration Course

1. Observations of Nature: t...

The artists and their media are (in order of appearance): Carley McEnery, gouache on paper Carla Roybal, archival ink on...
The Derivative Image: Abstract Painting Course, Fall 2011, Prescott College

2. The Derivative Image: Abs...

This class was taught by  Julie Comnick Each of these paintings are oil on canvas originals. The artists are (in order of appearance): Lauren Brule Amanda Maas Celia...
Public Art: Mural Painting Class, Summer 2012, Prescott College, Xeppe, Desert, y la Gente

3. Public Art: Mural Paintin...

http://publicartmuralpaintingkino.blogspot.com/ This mural was designed and painted by student’s in Julie Comnick’s Public Art: Mural Painting course. The artists are: Claire Andreason, lauren Brule, Celia Ghatham, Mara Clifton, Sarah...
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Editor’s Introduction to the 2012 Edition

The accoutrements of American life in the 21st century do not obscure the fact that we live in a violent world. Bright young Americans are being trained for war daily and sent into conflicts around...

The Emergence of the Border Patrol State

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In Support of Buddhist Psychology: A Review of Car...

Download the complete text: In Support of Buddhist Psychology: A Review of Carol Dweck’s Work on Implicit Self...

Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi’s Theory of Flow

Chloe is currently studying Elementary Education and Literature at Prescott College. She was raised in the Prescott, Arizona area, and, after moving away for a few years, realized that Prescott was...

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CIEL Voices & Visions: A Student Journal

Each year, CIEL solicits works from students for an exciting collaborative online student journal: CIEL Voices and Visions. These pieces are created in response to a question in a writing or printmaking class, a prompt for an external learning journal, or a project in a class addressing a theme or issue. Some are created outside of any class or formal projects as expressions of voice and vision.


Students submit works to the faculty CIEL coordinators at their respective institutions, who submits them to the CIEL editor.


The journal is published annually on the web and gives students opportunities to present their creative and scholarly work to real audiences. For more information about the student journal, contact Nancy Mattina at nmattina@prescott.edu

Editor’s Introduction to the 2012 Edition