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University of Minnesota students, faculty, and staff are learning to do their work in physical isolation, but that doesn't mean we have to be isolated from each other. As we exchange words and images we can envision others, reading and writing just as we are. Share your home workplace with #UMNRemoting!
What it's like to work at home from Professor Julie Schumacher, author of the award-winning novel Dear Committe Members. (That's Moo.)
PhD candidate Amanda Alexander, this spring's "Analysis of the English Language" instructor, with some inspiring Red Riding Hood art.
PhD candidate Sungjin Shin's companions support her writing.
Assistant Professor Kathryn Nuernberger's new poetry collection Rue draws from ethnobotanical histories of plants.
PhD candidate Keelia Estrada Moeller sets up by the hearth fire.
Creative Writing Program Coordinator Holly Vanderhaar works with an assist from Pangur Bán, named after this poem. "Pangur Bán and I at work, / Adepts, equals, cat and clerk."
Professor Josephine Lee is editor of the new Oxford Encyclopedia of Asian American Literature and Culture. The cat wishes to remain anonymous.
PhD candidate Shavera Seneviratne getting ready to teach The Tempest.
PhD candidate Andrew Hamilton reflects in a room with a view.
PhD candidate Hannah Jorgenson works from the couch. Zaney is not displeased.
Old and new in Professor John Watkins' office, with needlework from his grandmother and a Lincoln rocker his dad remembered buying in 1930.
PhD candidate Kerstin Tuttle, inspired by presspot, Poloroids, and a steep pile of reading.
Sensing a theme re: books. PhD candidate Clara Biesel with a classroom assignment, as well as a personal one.
Finally, a living room takeover, from Communications Specialist Terri Sutton.