<i>Moonlight</i> is not a coming-out story, says <b>Jeffrey McCune</b>, associate professor of women, gender and sexuality studies and African & African-American studies. Rather, this tale is centered on intimacy and difference, as the characters challenge prevailing scripts about black masculinity.
Moonlight is not a coming-out story, says Jeffrey McCune, associate professor of women, gender and sexuality studies and African and African-American studies. Rather, this tale is centered on intimacy and difference, as the characters challenge prevailing scripts about black masculinity.
When the Gran Chaco liquid separation plant opened in August 2015, it was touted as a "new chapter in the history of the petroleum business in Bolivia." Anthropologist <b>Bret Gustafson</b> looks beyond the capitalist triumph to examine the energy sector's impact on the area's people and environment.
When the Gran Chaco liquid separation plant opened in August 2015, it was touted as a "new chapter in the history of the petroleum business in Bolivia." Anthropologist Bret Gustafson looks beyond the capitalist triumph to examine the energy sector's impact on the area's people and environment.


Readers have long sought to extend the pleasure of beloved books, says Amy Pawl, a scholar of children’s (and English) literature. In the most recent filmic addition to the Harry Potter canon, "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them," Pawl finds the promise of more and an audience eager for the next chapter.
Readers have long sought to extend the pleasure of beloved books, says Amy Pawl, a scholar of children’s (and English) literature. In the most recent filmic addition to the Harry Potter canon, "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them," Pawl finds the promise of more and an audience eager for the next chapter.

If Dadaist Raoul Hausmann's 1918 poster poem “fmsbw” has you feeling a little befuddled, that’s the point. The arrangement of letters and punctuation must be read within its media-historical context, says Kurt Beals. His current book project examines the influence of new media technologies on the artistic production of the German avant-gardes of the 20th century.
If Dadaist Raoul Hausmann's 1918 poster poem “fmsbw” has you feeling a little befuddled, that’s the point. The arrangement of letters and punctuation must be read within its media-historical context, says Kurt Beals.

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