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Affect and Commemoration Atop the Pedestal

High above the entrance to City Park in New Orleans, Paula Wilson danced. Her perch was an empty pedestal, on top of which she unleashed a flurry of emotions for twenty minutes under the cover of the early morning. The year was 2017, a…

Photography without Pictures

1. Carrots, Lemons and Photographs“The question ‘Where Is The Photograph?’ presupposes that we have lost sight of photography or that photography is somehow lost; that it has lost a direction perhaps or that we do not find it where it…

How to Choreograph a Socialist Society?

1. IntroductionThe topic of choreographing society, as explored by several authors (Ness 1992; Olson 2004; Hewitt 2005; Rowe 2009; Giersdorf 2013; Petkovski 2023a), highlights the growing recognition of the profound implications on the…

A civil discourse on climate change

A new MIT initiative designed to encourage open dialogue on campus kicked off with a conversation focused on how to address challenges related to climate change. “Climate Change: Existential Threat or Bump in…

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