How can a social movement be preserved and represented through archives? What are creative ways archives can be utilized now and in the future through digital technologies? Since September 17th 2011, protesters with Occupy Wall Street have raised their voices in public spaces across the country and taken it to
Seeking scholars, activists, artists, performers and educators for Indigenous Interfaces, a day-long symposium exploring the interactions, representations, connections, and coordinations concerning Indigenous peoples and issues. We welcome panels, papers, performances, readings, artistic work, artist talks, roundtables, workshops, and other forms of presentation.
The Bard Graduate Center and the University of Chicago Press are pleased to announce the publication of West 86th: A Journal of Decorative Arts, Design History, and Material Culture. The digital edition of the inaugural issue (Spring 2011) is available free for a limited time for all visitors to the