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  2. Jonathan P. Eburne, Amy J. Elias
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  1. Objects and Identities: An Interview with Fred Wilson
  2. Fred Wilson, Jered Sprecher, Amy J. Elias
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  1. Editors’ Forum: WHAT IS A QUESTION?
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  2. Pieternel Vermoortel
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  1. To Look Is To Think: A Conversation with Brian Dailey
  2. Brian Dailey, Martha Bari, Wendy A. Grossman
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  1. A War of Colors: Beirut Street Art and the Reclamation of Public Space
  2. Nadine Sinno
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  1. A Genealogy of Rasquache and Camp: Luis Alfaro and the Royal Chicano Air Force
  2. Ella Maria Diaz
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  1. Feeling the Grid: Lorna Simpson’s Concrete Abstraction
  2. Lex Morgan Lancaster
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  1. Dissonant Communities in Contemporary Latinx Art
  2. Rachel Galvin
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  1. “The Shuffle of the City Finally Becomes Us”: The Corporality of Place in the Poetry of Urayoán Noel
  2. Emily A. Maguire
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  1. Re-Contextualized Carnivals: A Brazilian Art Form in the Global Spaces of Festivalization
  2. Daniel Gough
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