A look at pandemic's effect on canning, the practice of collecting cans and bottles throughout New York City and returning them to redemption centers for money.
As racist statues topple, what will replace them? The students of Professor Patricia Kim’s Spring 2020 Interdisciplinary Seminar, "Women and Public Art" imagined the next generation of monuments for their final projects.
Excavations of the Royal Cemetery at Ur disrupt male-dominated narratives of how the lyre originated and gained importance.
A virtual reality tour of the Islamic pilgrimage responds to a critical lack of diversity in VR experiences
How does the lack of equal and unbiased representation in television marketed for children affect their sense of self and self-worth?
The term 'self-partnered’ doesn’t suggest that we have to be alone, rather it softly reminds us that there is a value in being with ourselves.
Take an audio-visual trip through Funk's history across space and time. Brit-Funk, City Pop, Italo-Disco, Afrobeat, Samba Funk...we got it all! Reading: optional; Watching & listening: required!
An inquiry into the plastics on Hawaiian shores that centers the colonized and occupied homelands on which these objects are formed
The Palestinian water crisis is not an unfortunate natural deficit—it is a deliberate program designed by the Israeli colonial regime to deprive people of a vital resource.