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Ranald
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Priscilla Frank Dec 5
I'm working on a story about museum docents and educators interested in changing the way certain canonical artworks are taught in light of . If this is you or someone you know, please message or email me at priscilla.frank@huffpost.com. Thanks!!
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medievalpoc Dec 10
! Okay! So! Works like these fall under the category of "Orientalism". They do not accurately represent any culture or people, and were created as sort of Western fantasies of "The Middle East" and/or "Asia". The history of the term and the concept are complicated.
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Lindsay Gottwald Dec 7
A2: I am SO proud of everything I hear from . I continue to get their email updates even though I'm no longer in Chicago because their resources are top notch.
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Ranald Dec 7
This was some damn good Salvadoran coffee ☕️ Great label too. Regalo de
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Ranald Dec 6
I'm waiting for an Australian adaptation of Jurassic Park now
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Roque Dalton Dec 5
Poeta Roque Dalton escribiendo el testimonio de Miguel Marmol sobre la masacre de 1932, en la ciudad de Praga en 1966.
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Yoani Sánchez Dec 6
En las calles ya se nota que se acerca el 17 de diciembre, día de San Lázaro y de Babalú Ayé, con sus pagadores de promesas, sus plegarias y la imagen de un anciano con muletas acompañado por sus perros. Foto
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Ranald Dec 5
Good article; emblematic of DC & US housing/development history really (a fin de cuentas; de grosso modo)
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Ranald Dec 5
the ultimate melancholy/inspirational jam, which I dedicate to all the conflicted museum/institutional hustlers
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La Caracas de Antier 18 Apr 16
Baños Frios o Calientes a 1 Bs.
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Ana P. Rodriguez Dec 5
Congratulations to Dr. Ylce Irizarry, LSA Secretary, for being awarded THE MLA PRIZE IN UNITED STATES LATINA AND LATINO AND CHICANA AND CHICANO LITERARY AND CULTURAL STUDIES FOR CHICANA/O AND LATINA/O FICTION: THE NEW MEMORY OF LATINIDAD 👏👏👏
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Ranald Dec 4
Interested in more salsa musings from Korea 🌶
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Asociación Colombiana de Arqueología ACOARQ Dec 4
El debate sobre "salvajismo" y "civilización" en Europa para el siglo XVIII, despertó la curiosidad de distintos viajeros que se dedicaron a estudiar las costumbres y las "antigüedades" americanas. Aquí algunas obras producto de ese debate.
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Ranald Dec 4
Must go...even if I have to drink a whole bottle of Robitussin & wear a surgical mask 😷
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Ranald Dec 3
Can't miss these legends of Mexican music!
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Ranald Nov 30
La arepa amarilla para mí sigue siendo un misterio; la blanca claramente es más sabrosa. Sin embargo respeto a la amarilla que tiene su lugar en los almuerzos de mi memoria.
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Smithsonian's NMNH Nov 29
In advance of , join us Thursday (11/30) for a special screening of “How to Survive a Plague,” followed by an engaging discussion with experts. Free, but registration recommended!
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Ranald Nov 29
Great lecture! Was an important year for DC's emerging Latinx community too
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CAA Nov 27
LA’s Queer Chicano Artist Networks, from the 1960s to the ’90s
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