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  •   Alessandro Petti founded and directs the Decolonizing Architecture Art Residency, a lab and studio for propositions about the politics of space, in Beit Sahour, with Sandi Hilal and Eyal […] 0

    Alessandro Petti

      Alessandro Petti founded and directs the Decolonizing Architecture Art Residency, a lab and studio for propositions about the politics of space, in Beit Sahour, with Sandi Hilal and Eyal […]

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  •   “Pastoral in Palestine”   Neil Hertz taught literature for many years at Cornell and Johns Hopkins. He is the author of The End of the Line (1985) and George […] 0

    Neil Hertz

      “Pastoral in Palestine”   Neil Hertz taught literature for many years at Cornell and Johns Hopkins. He is the author of The End of the Line (1985) and George […]

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  •   “The Death of the Liberal Class”   Chris Hedges is a Pulitzer Prize winning American journalist specializing in American politics and society. Hedges explored the Occupy movement and the […] 0

    Chris Hedges

      “The Death of the Liberal Class”   Chris Hedges is a Pulitzer Prize winning American journalist specializing in American politics and society. Hedges explored the Occupy movement and the […]

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  •   “Two Cabins”   Between 2007 and 2008, independent film-maker James Benning built replicas of two cabins in a remote part of the High Sierras: Henry David Thoreau’s from Walden […] 0

    James Benning

      “Two Cabins”   Between 2007 and 2008, independent film-maker James Benning built replicas of two cabins in a remote part of the High Sierras: Henry David Thoreau’s from Walden […]

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  •   “Fighting for Darfur: The promise and peril of mass movement advocacy for human rights”   Rebecca Hamilton is a journalist at Reuters. Over the past year she has been […] 0

    Rebecca Hamilton

      “Fighting for Darfur: The promise and peril of mass movement advocacy for human rights”   Rebecca Hamilton is a journalist at Reuters. Over the past year she has been […]

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  •   “The Cash Nexus: Situating Human Rights in the Global Economy”   Peter Rosenblum came to Columbia University from Harvard Law School, where he spent 7 years with the Human […] 0

    Peter Rosenblum

      “The Cash Nexus: Situating Human Rights in the Global Economy”   Peter Rosenblum came to Columbia University from Harvard Law School, where he spent 7 years with the Human […]

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  •     “Counterterrorism and Armed Conflict: A Legal Typology”   Joanne Mariner is the Rita Hauser Director of Hunter College’s Human Rights Program.  Before joining Hunter in January 2011, she […] 0

    Joanne Mariner

        “Counterterrorism and Armed Conflict: A Legal Typology”   Joanne Mariner is the Rita Hauser Director of Hunter College’s Human Rights Program.  Before joining Hunter in January 2011, she […]

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  •   “New Conflicts And Human Rights In South Sudan”   Jehanne Henry has been Human Rights Watch’s Sudan researcher since November 2007. Prior to joining the organization, she was a […] 0

    Jehanne Henry

      “New Conflicts And Human Rights In South Sudan”   Jehanne Henry has been Human Rights Watch’s Sudan researcher since November 2007. Prior to joining the organization, she was a […]

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  •   “Tweets from Tahrir – From Cyber World to Printed Page”   Nadia Idle is an Activism & Outreach Officer at War on Want, a global justice NGO based in […] 0

    Nadia Idle

      “Tweets from Tahrir – From Cyber World to Printed Page”   Nadia Idle is an Activism & Outreach Officer at War on Want, a global justice NGO based in […]

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