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September 3, 2015
We’ve all heard jokes about students taking basket weaving classes, but have you ever wondered how science informs the craft? We talk to Amit Zoran (Hebrew University of Jerusalem) about digital fabrication for our September 2015 Spotlight on Science post. Zoran’s article "Hybrid Basketry: Interweaving Digital Practice within Contemporary Craft” appeared in the August 2013 issue of Leonardo. 
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We are sad to share the news that Simon Benninga passed away on Saturday, August 29. He died peacefully, at home, surrounded by his family.
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There are many books on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, but there are few that view it through the lens of architecture. Sharon Rotbard's White City, Black City looks at the troubled relationship of...
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We are pleased to welcome Jonathan M. Chu as the new editor of The New England Quarterly. Dr. Chu, Professor of History in the College of Liberal Arts at the University of Massachusetts, Boston, took...
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John Seamon discusses his new book Memory and Movies, which explains how popular films can help us understand how memory works. What can we learn about memory from watching movies?
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