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6
Feb
All the world's a stage - Arizona State University
"A dimension of my ethnography looks at the impact of HIV on the ballroom community and how they respond to the HIV/AIDS epidemic," Bailey said. "So I'm bringing performance to bear on a social problem that this community, I argue, deals with through ...
Source:  Arizona State University

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5
Feb
West Hartford Residents Receive Historic Preservation Awards - www.we-ha.com (press release) (registration) (blog)
Michael Margolis (center) with Mitch Lewis (left) of the West Hartford Historic District Commission and Mayor Scott Slifka. Submitted photo. Submitted. The West Hartford Historic District Commission (WHHDC) recognized three properties at a ceremony ...
Source:  www.we

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5
Feb
Researchers Help Capture Lifecycle of Roman Pottery - HeritageDaily
When the ceramics arrived in Missouri last year, Marcello Mogetta, assistant professor in Roman art and archaeology at the University of Missouri, and Laura Banducci, assistant professor in Greek and Roman studies at Carleton University in Ottawa ...
Source:  HeritageDaily

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5
Feb
Britain's “Lost” Roman Roads Found With Lidar - Archaeology
LONDON, ENGLAND--Archaeologists have used Lidar images produced by Britain's Environment Agency for flood modeling and monitoring coastlines to look for roads that the Romans built in the first century during the conquest of northern England.
Source:  Archaeology

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5
Feb
Argentina Returns Artifacts to Peru - Archaeology
The artifacts cover a range of historic periods and include items made from metal, textiles, wood, pottery, organic fibers, and human remains. This is the largest group of artifacts repatriated to Peru to date. To read more about archaeology in Peru ...
Source:  Archaeology

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5
Feb
Louvre inks historic deal with Iran on archaeology, exhibits - RFI
The Louvre has signed an historical agreement with Iran that clears the way for renewed cultural and scientific cooperation with France. According to The Art Newspaper, the deal came on 28 January during a state visit to France by Iranian President ...
Source:  RFI

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5
Feb
Student panel speaks about diversity at Board of Curators meeting - The Maneater
Love was one of four students who spoke about a culture of respect as part of a student panel on diversity at the UM System Board of Curators meeting Friday morning. Chuck Henson, interim vice chancellor for inclusion, diversity and equity, introduced ...
Source:  The Maneater

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5
Feb
A Perfect Saturday in Wynwood with Curator of Cool Norma Moreno - Racked Miami
Norma Moreno knows how to throw a good party. Peachfuzz at Grand Central (now resurrected monthly at The Thompson), Best Day Ever, the epic pool party she throws with local Snapchat celeb YesJulz, her weekly Sundaze party at Sidebar- she's the ...
Source:  Racked Miami

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5
Feb
SoMa Week: Support Downtown Museums, Eat Elk Burgers, Or Go Vegan For Super Bowl - Hoodline
Super Bowl City madness is almost halfway through. If you're sticking around SoMa through the weekend, there are plenty of festivities to help you dive into the football spirit -- or completely ignore it. But first, here's a bit more news from around ...
Source:  Hoodline

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5
Feb
Three Renowned Museums Get Makeovers - Hollywood Reporter
BAMPFA, which stands for the UC Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, was formerly housed in a 101,000 square-foot Brutalist masterpiece designed by Mario Ciampi that was deemed seismically unsafe in 1997. After years of half-measures in ...
Source:  Hollywood Reporter

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