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Other related Resources: Visit the Aesthetic Realism Foundation Home Page and the page of vitally important links about the Aesthetic Realism Teaching Method on the Aesthetic Realism Foundation Web site.
Read Rosemary Plumstead's seminar paper on Environmental Science titled, "The Aesthetic Realism Teaching Method Shows Education Is Ethics!"
And my colleague Dr. Arnold Perey writes on the need for Aesthetic Realism method in anthropology, on his Web site Aesthetic Realism: A New Perspective for Anthropology. One of his articles, "Teaching Indian Culture in the U.S." is about the way Aesthetic Realism combats racism and was reprinted in numerous Indian newspapers.
Photographer Len Bernstein writes on the Aesthetic Realism Viewpoint as to Photography.
See the important, broad approach to religion provided by Wayne Plumstead's blog "The Aesthetics of Religion." Rev. Plumstead, a United Methodist Minister, also wrote in the Circuit Rider and hosted, at the Park United Methodist Church in Bloomfield, NJ, a successful Parenting Workshop with speakers from the Aesthetic Realism Foundation. Also see the article by Rev. Plumstead on the cause of the Columbine High School shootings.
Jack Plumstead (Father of Rev. Wayne Plumstead), writes in "Friends of Aesthetic Realism--Countering the Lies." And in the Aesthetic Realism Foundation Faculty Biographies you can see a bio of Rev. Wayne Plumstead, who is an Aesthetic Realism Consultant.
Lynette Abel writes on Aesthetic Realism as to on art, economics, and love. On her Web site she has reprinted the important essay by Eli Siegel, "The Ordinary Doom."
And visit The Aesthetic Realism Theatre Company and its outreach program.
Donita Ellison Aesthetic Realism Associate & Art Educator, has posted, among other things, a joint article with myself (a science educator) showing the unity of science and art as we saw it in our own classrooms. Also see the Web site of
Lois Mason, Aesthetic Realism Consultant & Social Studies Teacher On the subject of Aesthetic Realism and self-expression--how it can be encouraged and what interferes with it--
Miriam Mondlin writes a personal narrative on her own success in this field. Eli Siegel's classic and urgent essay on the place of aesthetics in understanding the human mind is titled "Is a Person an Aesthetic Situation?" and was, first, an interview with Anthony Lewis of the New York Times Book Review.
You can see links about Aesthetic Realism, by persons who study it, on Aesthetic Realism Resources, an up to date compilation.
The Terrain Gallery, with its copy of "Is Beauty the Making One of Opposites?" by Eli Siegel, is on this link: The Terrain Gallery / Aesthetic Realism Foundation
For up-to-date honesty about the current events, read the international periodical of the Aesthetic Realism Foundation, The Right of Aesthetic Realism to Be Known (TRO), edited by Ellen Reiss, the Class Chairman of Aesthetic Realism.