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19
Mar

The South Bronx Fights Back

By Carolyn McLaughlin, author of South Bronx Battles: Stories of Resistance, Resilience, and Renewal In recent U.S. history, no urban area suffered more devastation than the South Bronx. In a span of …

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03
May

Ephemeral Histories

This guest post is published in conjunction with the meeting of the Latin American Studies Association taking place April 29-May 1 in Lima, Peru. #LASA17 by Camilo Trumper, author of Ephemeral Histories: Public Art, …

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27
Apr

Uruguay, 1968

This guest post is published in conjunction with the meeting of the Latin American Studies Association taking place April 29-May 1 in Lima, Peru. #LASA17 by Vania Markarian, author of Uruguay, 1968: Student Activism …

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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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29
Apr

May Day for Media Workers

May Day, “International Worker’s Day,” is a curiously un-American holiday. Celebrated by labor groups and political parties outside the United States, it began in 1890 as a global day of solidarity to …

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