In a series of photographs, a landscape designer and artist uncovers the invisible toxic legacies of nuclear technology in Hanford, WA.
The geography of a city can compel people to behave in predictable patterns. A new card game challenges players to rethink and explore urban spaces.
Rural resentment is nothing new. When one university reckoned with it a century ago, it convinced farmers that the university worked for them—and improved itself in the process.
A meditation on how the annual burning of a 51-foot marionette forges connections to a city and its complex, violent past.
November 2016 recommendations from the Edge Effects editorial board.
CHE’s upcoming place-based workshop elicits questions—and several suggestions—about how to navigate a river and its watershed.
What do we notice if we watch Star Wars as a space epic?