Colonial cities, especially port cities, as well as border regions between empires have historically played a decisive role in the perception of colonial rule.
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Launching the Atmospheric Humanities
Hermoupolis, Syros Island, Greece
Location: Asian Art Museum, San Francisco
Symposium: September 25-27, 2020
After Hope seeks to engage critical explorations of hope as an aesthetic and embodied experience. The prompt to think “after” hope is intended as a way to consider hope’s complex relationship to the future and the past. Through presentations and workshops focused on cultural, material, and technological expressions of hope, this interdisciplinary symposium aims to explore hope as a dynamic index of change. To do so, it asks what it means to go after hope and what comes after hope.
White House History Quarterly features articles on the historic White House and its occupants. With the knowledge that the White House is one of the most richly documented houses in the world and the premier symbol of the American presidency, we publish original research that draws from these resources as well as first-hand interviews, secondary accounts, and the vast wealth of illustrations of all kinds, from drawings to photographs, in exploring the many aspects of so extensive a past.
Call for Papers: ‘The Raw and the Refined: Commodities, Processing, and Power in Global Perspective’, Commodities of Empire International Workshop, Institute of Latin American Studies, School of Advanced Studies, University of London, 17-18 September 2020.
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