“Dilma Rousseff’s public persona as head of state threatened traditional values. Thus, her impeachment was a twofold attack from the Right.”
“Othello, no matter how respected or how much he can claim the privileges of whiteness, cannot escape his blackness.”
“It is unavoidable that the world would force itself into Stevens's work—one cannot live in the world and not be a part of it.” On Wallace Stevens's war poem, “Martial Cadenza.”
"The story of Joan of Arc concludes much like any slasher film, with the spectacularized mutilation of a female body."
A look at the conceptions of history in In W.H. Auden’s “Archaeology” and Wallace Stevens’s “A Postcard from the Volcano"
"Physical architectural forms aid in determining the public and private, but social practices also contribute to their use." In Delhi, the designation can be ambiguous.
"In the 1940s and 1950s, the architects, artists, and critics active in Bombay helped shape a national identity, working to embody both modern and historical local characteristics."
"There must be environmental understanding and information woven into all education." A vision for Gallatin's future.
Who will bear the burdens (and benefits) of climate change? The principles of distributive justice may provide insight.