Studies into Darkness: The Perils and Promise of Freedom of Speech
Edited by Carin Kuoni and Laura Raicovich
Guided by acclaimed artist, filmmaker, and activist Amar Kanwar, the Vera List Center for Art and Politics at The New School convened a series of public seminars on freedom of speech. This volumes emerges from these seminars as a collection of newly commissioned texts, artist projects, and resources.Read free onlineBuy
Interwar Itineraries: Authenticity in Anglophone and French Travel Writing
Emily O. Wittman
Using translation theory and new approaches in travel studies and global modernisms, Wittman links and complicates the symbolic and rhetorical strategies of a diverse group of writers from two languages who embarked on the search for new places and “authentic” experiences.Read free onlineBuy
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New Partnership with the Vera List Center
ACP and the Vera List Center for Art and Politics are thrilled to announce their publishing partnership
Published February 15th, 2022
Center for Humanistic Inquiry Salon: Writing in Time
Watch Marta Werner, author of Writing in Time, in conversation with poet Peter Gizzi, at this very special CHI Salon
Published August 4th, 2021
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