A program to begin addressing the fundamental injustices that have afflicted people of African descent in America since the arrival of European pioneers in the New World.
How might New Zealand’s expression of shared cultural heritage, and emphasis on multiculturalism, define the tourist state?
How did trance-possession, an act traditionally praised for its practical utility and transcendent powers across sub-Saharan Africa, come to epitomize heresy?
Like a banner at a rally, or a poster advocating for revolution, the art created by the Yoruba people is meant to have life and to be used, whether that function is practical, didactic, ritual, or all of the above.
Not only does solitary confinement fail to achieve the stated goals of the practice, but many of the effects of isolating prisoners are counterproductive to addressing or preventing dangerous behavior.
Can meaningful change be effected from inside the system? How can public defenders break free of becoming mindless cogs?
"The purpose of this timeline is to demonstrate this communication between fashion’s function and its aesthetic, and to allow visual interaction with how trends in the past century have developed and transcended societal boundaries."
"The question of the relationship between humans and our technologies is not a new discussion and neither is the fear that technology may lead to a possible 'dehumanization' or 'denaturalization.'"
During the Cold War, was the United States government was able to dissuade the American public into believing in a “safe” atomic bomb?
"How and to what extent does photography translate the horror of the Nazi concentration camps to the distanced viewer?"