Hello! My name is Brianna Hutchison. For a brief introduction, I am a Design Lab Resident, Electrical Engineer in training, and a martial artist who recently had knee (ACL reconstruction) surgery. I love spending time in nature, going on adventures, and learning new things. ...
Posts on January 2017
A beautiful story following a 1742 Guarneri del Gesú violin and the men (and boys) who loved her.
Join us next Monday (30th January) for a lecture with Harlan Lebo, author of Citizen Kane: A Filmmaker's Journey.
L2P Project (Lead to Pixels): Dr. Rebecca M. Chung If someone sees a book image on a screen, are they truly reading a book? If not, then how can digitization be used to transmit the material and historical features of reading? The materiality of the text connects the creation of that text to its historical moment. Historical context is as much about paper composition, assembly techniques, enclosure styles, and chemical composition—as about dates or places or names. The L2P project works on...
A quick look into what was happening in Design Lab 1 on the morning of January 24, featuring a course offered through the Living Arts program.
Born a Crime: Stories from a South African Childhood tells the story of The Daily Show host Trevor Noah's childhood in South Africa.
Preserving the history of labor movements has been core to the Labadie Collection’s mission since its very beginnings more than a century ago. In 2016, two important collections on 20th century labor organizing have been arranged to better facilitate research. The Joyce Kornbluh Collection (3.25 linear ft.) and the Don Stewart IWW Collection (3 linear ft.) conserve evidence of the regular confrontations between workers, corporations, and government throughout the past hundred years.
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