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Culture in Crisis Roundtable: Working Together to Take the Initiative – International Perspectives

Culture in Crisis Roundtable: Working Together to Take the Initiative – International Perspectives

Roundtable: Working Together to Take the Initiative - International PerspectivesChair: Alan Plattus (Yale University)Lisa Ackerman (World Monuments Fund)Gustavo Araoz (ICOMOS)Stefano de Caro (ICCROM)Tim Whalen...
The Critical Act, Part 2

The Critical Act, Part 2

Drawing has always been at the architect's primary means of ideation and representation. This panel assembles distinguished practitioners to discuss the role of drawing,...
But Storage is Cheap: Digital Preservation in the Age of Abudanc

But Storage is Cheap: Digital Preservation in the Age of Abudance

Abby Smith Rumsey, historian and Consulting analyst on the use of the cultural record in a variety of media, gives her views on digital...
Byzantium Conference Introduction

Byzantium Conference Introduction

What does modern art have to gain from Byzantium? What does Byzantine art have to gain from modernism? How can Byzantine philosophy enrich our...
Marijeta Bozovic, “Radical Poetics after the Soviet Union”

Marijeta Bozovic, “Radical Poetics after the Soviet Union”

Marijeta Bozovic, Assistant Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures. Episode: January 21, 2015 Professor Bozovic is focused on twentieth and twenty-first-century Russian poetry, Russian...
The Humanities in a Digital Age

The Humanities in a Digital Age

We now live in a pervasively digital world and Humanists have an opportunity to rethink our goals. On the one hand, we can now...
Big Questions for a Better Built Environment

Big Questions for a Better Built Environment

Do environmental mega-trends, such as climate change, rapid urbanization and resource scarcity really drive strategic decision-making at a Fortune 500 company? What role can...
The Ends of the Book: Authors, Readers, Public Spaces

The Ends of the Book: Authors, Readers, Public Spaces

A lecture by Matthew Stadler, founder of Publication Studio, on the occasion of Publication Studio New Haven, a one-week project hosted by Beinecke Library...
Fair Use & Remix Culture: Transforming Consumers Into Makers of Culture

Fair Use & Remix Culture: Transforming Consumers Into Makers of Culture

In this talk given to Brad Rosen's CPSC 183, Dr. Francesca Coppa, Associate Professor of English and Film Studies at Muhlenberg College and founding...
Before and After: Experiences from Newly Built and Renovated Conservation Laboratories

Before and After: Experiences from Newly Built and Renovated Conservation Laboratories

Panel discussion on the designing and renovation or construction of conservation laboratories for treatment of library and archival collection materials.source