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Borders are Rough-hewn: Monuments, Local Landscapes and the Politics of Place in a Hittite Borderland
(British Institute at Ankara, 2017-08-01)
Cultural historian Elliott Colla proposed in a recent paper that ancient borders, unlike their modern versions, were often roughly hewn, both materially and conceptually. With this he not only refers to the artfully crafted ...
The Coffee House Art Gallery: An "Alternative" to the Alternative Art Space
The term “alternative space,” referring to art exhibition and performance spaces that combated the strict and dominating mainstream art world, has already been largely defined through academic and professional research. ...