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16
Oct

On Lunch Shaming

As California joins other states in seeking to end lunch shaming through legislation, the conversation turns importantly towards a national solution. Jennifer E. Gaddis’s timely new book, The Labor of Lunch: Why …

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14
Oct

A Vast Native World

Across the United States, several places have made the switch in a growing movement to end the celebration of the Christopher Columbus in favor of honoring Indigenous communities and their resiliency in the face of violence by European explorers.

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01
Oct

JSAH Celebrates SAH Archipedia

The Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians has published a special, virtual issue in celebration of the open-access launch of SAH Archipedia. The SAH Archipedia is an authoritative online encyclopedia of American architecture …

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03
Sep

Immanuel Wallerstein: In Memoriam

We are deeply saddened to hear of Yale Senior Research Scholar and true giant in the fields of sociology, economics, and world systems analysis Immanuel Watterstein’s passing at age 88. Wallerstein’s highly …

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15
Aug

Chiura Obata Exhibition at the Crocker Art Museum

“The exhibition catalog fairly glows with transcendent images, many of which are nominally landscapes that are less descriptive than visionary reactions to the natural world.” —Charles Desmarais, San Francisco Chronicle Chiura Obata …

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