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Author Clovis, Donna L., 1957- author.

Title The future is my past : . . . the end of a trilogy / Dr. Donna Clovis.

Publication Info. Bloomington, IN : Balboa Press, [2017]

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 Moore Rider Faculty Publications Collection  PS3603.L6888 F88 2017 c.2    Ask Librarian for access
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Description xvi, 94 pages ; 21 cm
Note "In this final book of the trilogy, award-winning journalist, Dr. Donna Clovis, writes from Einstein's lecture hall and takes classes in physics at Princeton University. Here, she recounts stories of Princeton, New Jersey through its current events by means of citizen interviews, diaries, and articles that demonstrate a microcosm of modern-day America. Using theoretical physics, relativity from Einstein, and synchronicity from Jung, The Future is My Past, explores time travel to reveal a special connection with the past that projects an important memory into the present lives of its characters. This memory like a twilight sonata, sings a repetitive lullaby resonating a secret the reader must discover in the text on their journey through the last book of the trilogy."--Back cover.
"Historical fiction"--Jacket, p. 2. "This is a work of fiction"--Title page verso.
Author considers this work to be young adult fiction--Personal correspondence, 10/20/21.
Contents The conscious as quantum -- A Mad Hatter's tea party -- Down the rabbit hole -- Golden afternoons at Princeton University -- The Cheshire cat -- It's all about time -- Heaven in a hoagie -- Black squirrels and tiger tales -- Pink -- Taking to Twitter -- Airports, attorneys, and other explanations of time travel -- The pool of tears -- Lessons from a caterpillar -- The heart-shaped pin -- Bless "said" be the peace makers -- Tweets and leaks, fake news, oh, my! -- Princeton, a sanctuary city -- This is not America -- The case of Woodrow Wilson revisited -- Lights, camera, action! -- There's no place like home -- Sacred secrets -- A mathematical constant -- Who stole the art of news -- The freedom to write : a journalist's story -- The charter school quadrille -- The Snow Queen's ballet grounds -- Stealing time -- Theories of racial relativity hidden in a house -- PJ's Pancake House and a sign of Dr. Nash memories -- An evening roaming the cosmos -- The tiny door behind the curtain -- Miss Ida B.'s evidence -- The Queen of Hearts -- And then, I rise -- A long tale : synchronicity and the quantum field -- Telescopes and time machines -- "One moment in time" -- Creative writing as a gesture in synchronicity -- Quantum consciousness and possibilities of time travel -- Abstract. Time as now. Here as space: Neuroscience and theory in Einstein relativity -- Abstract. Quantum consciousness in the extreme.
Local Note Rider Faculty Publications
Provenance Gift of Paul and Mary Haas.
Subject Clovis, Donna L., 1957- -- Biography -- Fiction.
Princeton University -- Fiction.
Einstein, Albert, 1879-1955 -- Fiction.
Einstein, Albert, 1879-1955.
Princeton University.
African American women journalists -- Biography -- Fiction.
African Americans -- New Jersey -- Princeton -- Biography -- Fiction.
Space and time -- Fiction.
Relativity (Physics) -- Fiction.
Consciousness -- Fiction.
Coincidence -- Psychic aspects -- Fiction.
African Americans -- Interviews -- Fiction.
Princeton (N.J.) -- Race relations -- Fiction.
African American women journalists.
African Americans.
Race relations.
Relativity (Physics)
Space and time.
New Jersey -- Princeton.
Genre/Form Biographies.
ISBN 150438492X