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A Singular Cloud: Race, Natural Science, and the Origins of Art History in the United States, 1845-1875
(Rice University, 2014)
The abolition of slavery in the United States incited a social rupture that spread even to the halls of Harvard University. In defense of liberal ethics of equality and freedom, the study of art, previously the domain of ...
Sunlight and Fresh Air: Picturing Life in the Central-Hall Houses of Beirut, 1890-1920
(Rice University, 2012)
In the last thirty years of Ottoman rule in Beirut, Lebanon, a form of domestic architecture developed that became the ultimate status symbol for the burgeoning bourgeoisie of the city. This new type of dwelling came to ...
jsut that way
(Rice University, 2012-09-26)
Andy Coolquitt makes objects and environments that exist in symbiosis with human relationships. During the 1990s, his life and work revolved around an expansive studio/artist commune/performance space/living sculpture/party ...
Josephine Meckseper Interviewed by Rachel Hooper
(Rice University, 2011-03-16)
Interview with Josephine Meckseper included in the catalogue for Sharjah Biennial 10 "Plot for a Biennial"
Stories Told in the Shape of a Sphere
(Rice University, 2010-08-28)
Amy Patton's latest film Oil slips between a theater production of Upton Sinclair's novel of the same name and the making of the film itself. Bitter, Black Thoughts is the first book on Patton's films and features her notes ...