Publications for 03/2022

March 2022
Jennifer Allen

  To reclaim a sense of hope for the future, German activists in the late twentieth century engaged ordinary citizens in innovative projects that resisted alienation and disenfranchisement.   By most accounts, the twentieth century was not kind to utopian thought. The violence of two world wars,...
March 2022
Glenda Gilmore

  Romare Bearden (1911–1988), one of the most prolific, original, and acclaimed American artists of the twentieth century, richly depicted scenes and figures rooted in the American South and the Black experience. Bearden hailed from North Carolina but was forced to relocate to the North when a...