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A stunning array of illustrated books made for Jews from the medieval to the present j.mp/1F3e6Tz
Weekend reading: The Pope and the Planet (via @NYTNow) nybooks.com/articles/archi…
From Charles Resnikoff’s ‘Testimony: The United States (1885-1915): Recitative’ j.mp/1MLoPsb
Besides fact that rape is never funny, prison rape jokes diminish a form of state violence: nybooks.com/articles/archi…
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Read and see: Jenny Uglow on Eric Ravilious's "hauntingly lovely" paintings bit.ly/1ee9WRp via @nybooks
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Pico Iyer on Las Vegas and Pyongyang, cities of mirages j.mp/1WmSCfa (photo by @Jonas_Gratzer)
The war on drugs has created an anarchic setting for indiscriminate violence in Mexico: bit.ly/1IMYhRt
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A Yincihaua spirit of the Kawésqar people painted white with ground bones, 1918–1924 bit.ly/1KXzle9
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That this 45 year old letter should still be so pertinent today is a source of deep shame. nybooks.com/articles/archi…
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O'Keeffe's Waterfall I @artbma and an ~1880 Carleton Watkins @GettyMuseum. Did Ansel Adams intro GO'K to CEW? Hmm.
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Great architecture is hard to find: Mourning New York City's long-demolished landmarks. mf.tt/U5aAE
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"The Glory of the Rails" A 2-part essay on the power of trains: longform.org/posts/the-glor… (Tony Judt, @nybooks '10)
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"What Is Wrong with the West’s Economies?" My piece for the summer issue of @nybooks: bit.ly/1HVtlyV
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Eric Ravilious: Hurricane in Flight, 1942 j.mp/1f7JLMZ
What might have been built on the site of a demolished Carnegie Hall j.mp/1SgNOTM
But the STEM shortage is real? Right? I mean, everyone says so. Nope. Not by a long shot. nybooks.com/articles/archi…
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