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Duality and the Mask in Eighteenth-Century Actress Portraits
(Rice University, 2015)
Theatrical masks in portraits of eighteenth-century actresses signify more than the figure’s profession. Multiple masks in a single composition and the figure’s active engagement with these plastic, yet eerily human objects ...
Seeing opposite: The Battle of Algiers and “colonial analogy” in the “Panther 21”
(Rice University, 2018)
The People of the State of New York v. Lumumba Shakur et al (1970)—as of 1972, the longest and costliest Supreme Court case in New York State history—concerned the indictment of twenty-two members of the Black Panther ...