Miami as Text

FIU HONORS COLLEGE
FACULTY
John William Bailly

Miami as Text is the world as seen by the students of John William Bailly of the FIU Honors College at Florida International University. The project provides authentic reflections through a juxtaposition of image and text. Neighborhood by neighborhood, place by place, object by object, young people respond by praise and criticism to The Magic City.

Miami as Text was founded by John William Bailly and German Etcheverry. The team also includes Nicolette Roe and Stephanie Sepulveda.

STUDENT BLOG PAGES
Art Society Conflict
Espana Study Abroad
France Study Abroad
Italia Study Abroad
Miami in Miami

HIGHLIGHTS OF STUDENT BLOGS
Maria Cruz Velasquez
Shalenah Ivey
Vanessa Lopez
Ruth Shmueli
Nicole Patrick

FORMAT & HELP FOR MIAMI AS TEXT
How to do a Miami as Text
MLA Format (in-text citations not required)
Bailly’s Guide to Image Rights & Usage
Nikki Roe’s Declassified Guide to WordPress

MIAMI

Deering as Text
Frost Art Museum as Text
Lowe as Text
Margulies as TextPAMM as Text
Rubell as Text
UNTITLED as Text
Vizcaya as Text

ESPANA
Alhambra as Text
Barcelona as Text
Granada as Text
Madrid as Text
Montserrat as Text
Sevilla as Text
Sitges as Text
Toledo as Text

FRANCE
Izieu as Text
Lyon as Text
Normandy American Cemetery as Text
Paris as Text
Père Lachaise as Text
Versailles as Text

ITALIA
Assisi as Text
Cinque Terre as Text
Firenze as Text
Pisa as Text
Pompeii as Text
Roma as Text
Siena as Text
Tivoli as Text
Venezia as Text

EDITORS AND LAST UPDATE
Stephanie Sepúlveda & John William Bailly  24 August 2020
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