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Arizona Newsmaker

Arizona Republic (Phoenix, AZ) , November 10, 2004

Summary:

Phoenix resident Liz Warren is the antithesis of conventional teaching. The South Mountain Community College faculty member implements performance and visual cues to stimulate students in her mythology and storytelling classes.

Monday night there was a gathering for her performance of the Holy Grail, the third installment of a three-part series titled Myth Informed. Warren, 50, uses this tale and others because it poses questions still relevant today. By exploring the meaning, she hopes her students begin to recognize timeless themes and the interconnection of everything around them.

Subjects Covered: education


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