Papers presented at the 13th Headwaters Conference
Titles are links to the papers:
Synopsis of "Weed," the one-act play
to be presented by Music Theater Productions of Denver, and discussed Friday evening, Nov. 8, at Headwaters XIII.
"`You Must Be the Change You Wish To See in the World': The History of Ideological Intransigence"
Dr. Laura McCall, Professor of History. A historical analysis and evaluation of characteristics of American culture that make community-building and consensus development difficult.
“From Public Hearing to Community Dialogue”,
by Tricia Winslow, mediator.
(STUDENTS: In addition to summarizing the paper, check out and briefly critique one of the web sites Tricia Winslow includes in her bibliography.)
"Tools for Community Building",
Wayne Carle, retired Superintendent, Jefferson County Schools.
"Conflict to Consensus, Can We Get There From Here!"
by Dr. Frank Starr (ret.) of Ridgway, Colorado. A short essay in animal and human nature, and the innate difficulties of working toward consensus in competitive environments.