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  • <Harvey Quaytman on the West Coast

    Harvey Quaytman on the West Coast

    Selected this week by the New York Times as a not-to-miss show this Fall, the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive’s (BAMPFA) Harvey Quaytman: Against the Static exhibition is noteworthy for …

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  • <Music, Migrations, and Borders

    Music, Migrations, and Borders

    We are pleased to share with you a special virtual issue of the Journal of the American Musicological Society (JAMS), which we are making available for free for a limited time. Inspired, in …

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  • <Sexual Assault in the Time of a Supreme Court Nomination

    Sexual Assault in the Time of a Supreme Court Nomination

    As Brett M. Kavanaugh faces allegations of sexual assault, many are focusing on what this means for his nomination as Supreme Court Justice. Coupled with his stance on reproductive justice and Roe v. …

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    Becoming Judy Chicago: A Biography of the Artist

    “For decades, the feminist artist was pushed to the sidelines. Relevant once again, she can no longer be ignored.”—The New York Times, February 2018 Gail Levin’s critically-acclaimed biography of Judy Chicago gives us an …

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