One of the fine gents in my running group, Paul Slovic, was interviewed for the NPR Podcast “Shortwave.” Paul is a psychologist who studies the phenomenon known as “psychic numbing.” Paul is a great guy and one (of many) who welcomed me into the UO Noon Runners a few years ago when I found them. This is worth the listen:
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These images are from the collection of Edward Curtis photos from his original 20 volume set. Some of these are over one hundred years old, too. I read a great book about Edward Curtis and his work as a photographer a couple of years ago by Timothy Egan called,Â Short Nights of the Shadow Catcher: The Epic Life and Immortal Photographs of Edward Curtis.Â This review on Crosscut.com covers it nicely and I can’t recommend this book enough. It’s an easy read too, but one that will keep you reading from the Â moment you begin.
The University of Oregon came by this set via his mistress who offered a trade – the set she owned (which was Curtis’s and she got after he died) for the one that the university had purchased at an earlier time. These images are only taken out a few times a year so it was truly a special treat for me to get a chance to see them.