The Newest Contributor: You.

Sign up to be a contributor (contributing author without editing capabilities) for all our blog conversations:

1) Go to

2) Beneath orange “Get started Here” oval button, instead click “Register now” link

3) Don’t register a new blog, just sign up as a “User” (by clicking the link below the name and email category which says “Just sign up for a username”).

4) Fill in your UNC email (please use UNC account associated with your onyen, for grading purposes), and your First and Last Name.

5) Click ok, and I’ll see you on the list to register you as a user.

6) A space is now yours, for the delighting.

*Due date*: Friday August 26, 2:00PM

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About mariegarlock

Marie is a performing artist, health communicator, and PhD candidate in Communication at UNC Chapel Hill. In NC and globally, she partners with people facing life-threatening illnesses like advanced cancer and HIV, as they lead creative initiatives for health, environmental, and racial justice. Marie partners with diverse communities through methods in oral history and critical ethnography (audio interviews, participant- and community-based research), performance paradigms (story, dance/movement, visual installation in productions and workshops), and community-generated health communication (narrative, policy-focused, and strategic messaging). Marie hopes to document and advance communities' techniques for navigating health crises through dialogue-based collaborations and performance-centered activisms for patient advocacy, health rights, and civil rights. In parallel with her teaching and research at UNC Chapel Hill, she is a certified InterPlay Arts + Social Change facilitator, and local Breast Cancer Action "Community Leader for Change."

One thought on “The Newest Contributor: You.

  1. Dehumanization is something that happens all around us, on a daily bases. It is looked at to be a very negative thing, however, can it be a good thing i.e. if someone is really strong and you say “he’s a beast” should that be considered a compliment? Are there different levels of dehumanization that control the way it it affects the reciever? Here is a link that shows a little about dehumanization.

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