Robert Lundberg talks with journalist Jonathan P. Thompson about land management, settler colonialism, and the legacies of the Sagebrush Rebellion in the American West.
Author: Alexandra Lakind
Fifty years after the first Earth Day, how have environmental campaigns changed? Alexandra Lakind cautions against stereotypes that focus on the personal instead of the structural.
How can we use the arts to decolonize our relations to the land? An artist, activist, and scholar discusses the many forms of creative resistance we can use to imagine and enact new and better worlds.
A meditation on how the annual burning of a 51-foot marionette forges connections to a city and its complex, violent past.
Four graduate students from the University of Wisconsin-Madison share their reflections on the work of Do Ho Suh.
How concrete changed perceptions of knowledge and labor in a modernizing society.