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12
Feb

What’s art, and who decides?

By Martha Buskirk, author of Is It Ours? Art, Copyright, and Public Interest This guest post is part of our #CAA2021 conference series. Visit our virtual exhibit to learn more. What’s art, and who …

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09
Feb

Who gets to govern the global economy?

By Christy Thornton, author of Revolution in Development: Mexico and the Governance of the Global Economy Who gets to govern the global economy? In the twentieth century, this was a key question …

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08
Feb

Whose Global Modernism?

By Kaira M. Cabañas, author of Immanent Vitalities: Meaning and Materiality in Modern and Contemporary Art This guest post is part of our #CAA2021 conference series. Visit our virtual exhibit to learn …

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27
Jan

Presidential Pardons

The historic clemency power of the U.S. President, set forth in Article II of the Constitution and interpreted by the Supreme Court to have few restrictions, has long been the subject of …

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26
Jan

A Walk Down Mogul Street

By Arash Khazeni, author of The City and the Wilderness: Indo-Persian Encounters in Southeast Asia The fading traces of a different time of cross-cultural exchanges between the Indo-Persian Mughal world and the …

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