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1. Annotate the reading "Science by, with and for citizens", by responding to four analytic questions of your choice. I recommend you try out one or two questions from a set of analytics for doing Emic Readings of literature.
2. Work on your sketchbooks and case study drafts. Be ready to report insights and challenges in class.