This is a guest post from Kate Balug, an artist and producer of cultural urban projects. Her current research includes an examination of critical imagination as a tool to redefine urban paradigms, intervention… Read More
This is a live blog entry by resident pluralist, Sarah Nusser. The panel is part of the 2011 Graduate Consortium of Women’s Studies conference on Gender, Sexuality, and Urban Spaces in Cambridge, MA.… Read More →
Perhaps the most profound feature of the forthcoming National Museum of African-American History and Culture, scheduled to be complete by 2015, is its geographic location on the National Mall. Its insertion within this… Read More →
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