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29
Oct

10 Facts About U.S. Protests in History

Political protests have a deep past in U.S. history, with varied degrees of success in accomplishing what they set out to do. Gleaned from L.A. Kauffman’s eye-opening new book, How to Read a …

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05
Oct

Does Marching Matter?

“Protests works—just not, perhaps the way you think,” writes L.A. Kauffman in her new book How to Read a Protest: The Art of Organizing and Resistance. A longtime organizer and movement journalist, …

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13
Feb

Protest Art and the Art Market

This post is part of a blog series celebrating the College Art Association annual conference taking place in New York City from February 15–18. Please visit us at Booth 605 if you are attending, and otherwise stay tuned for …

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06
May

Topical, Not Timeless

This story, written by Erica Ciccarone, first appeared on the Chapter 16 website on April 25, 2016 and is cross-posted here with their kind permission. Rhodes College professor David McCarthy writes a history …

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