The triumph of Greta Gerwig's homage to Alcott, though not a Marxist or revolutionary work, is in its ability to connect modern viewers to a historical struggle: bringing the past alive by connecting it to the current political and social concerns.
Food is a central focus of the MIT program; Maggie Coblentz, who leads the Space Exploration Initiative's gastronomic research argues that, as much as art or music or movement, good food will enable us to thrive as we leave Earth behind.
Queen Sono will gain attention for being Netflix’s first African original series. It deserves attention for breaking barriers in Netflix’s programming examining everything from Black female independence to the impact of white colonialism on Africa.
The Mexican Muralists Had a Vital Influence on US Art
"Vida Americana" at the Whitney tells a tale that should provoke some self-reflection in the present. It is undoubtedly true that Mexican people, the Mexican landscape, and Mexican culture are all inextricably linked to U.S. culture.
The plight of academic adjuncts, those Ph.D's working full-time at low wages, no benefits and little job security, viewed not just as prototypical exploited gig workers and units of flexibility but also as an advanced contingent of union activists.