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  • Author(s):
    María Luisa Paúl
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    This is a collection of three original opinion pieces, telling three stories from South Bend, Indiana. 1: A Full Belly Leads to a Happy Heart at Taqueria Chicago; 2: How Many Black Marks Do We Deserve?; 3: Living in Fear

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    2021-03-15
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    Ingrid Heimer
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    From introduction: “Most of history’s fashion controversies have a common denominator: they involve women. Many of these controversies consist of women donning attire less restrictive than that which society permitted them. Tennis has been one of the most regulated sports in the U.S., especially since women started playing in the late 19th century. Both the clothes men permitted them to wear and the scrutiny towards that attire have detracted from their playing and ultimately from the co…

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    2021-03-15
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    Emmet Powell
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    From introduction: “In the late 1960s, the Civil Rights Movement struggled in pursuit of social justice and equal rights under the law for Black Americans in the United States. At the forefront of the movement were artists like David Hammons, who used their work to progress the cause. Hammons resided in and around Watts during the 1960s, a key battle ground in the fight for equality. As a result, his work was politically driven and rooted in the Civil Rights and Black Power Movement. Dav…

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    2021-03-15
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  • Author(s):
    Theresa Azemar
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    From introduction: “Is the concept of Blackness, as it has been defined throughout history, inextricably rooted in colonization? Is there a chance for this racialized classification to be decolonized? Can it ever be permanently removed from its historical association with degeneracy, subordinacy, and sub-humanity? Frank B. Wilderson, in his essay “Afropessimism and the End of Redemption,” proposes ‘no,’ that those associated with Blackness, often those of predominantly African ancestry, …

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    2021-03-15
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  • Author(s):
    Isabel Cabezas
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    Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the course Eschatology in Art, this paper examines the ways in which the Christian eschatological imagination is expressed in Luca Signorelli’s Capella Nuova fresco cycle at the Cathedral of Orvieto. This cathedral exemplifies how architects and artists used structure and ornament to enhance Catholic teachings. My research, enhanced by a site visit to the cathedral, synthesizes Hans Balthasar’s theoretical ideas of vertical and …

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    2016-04-27
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