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  • Your education at Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts encourages you to examine the world in new and unexpected ways by combining rigorous study with intellectual freedom. Our students and faculty draw on different disciplines to generate new ideas, create new models of investigation, and new approaches to solving relevant and current problems.  

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  • Recent Work from Lang

    Using cross-disciplinary skills, our students and faculty bring ideas and narratives to life by examining challenging issues in innovative ways. This can mean using multimedia formats to reimagine text, creating a traveling exhibition about the prison system, or using photographic expression as an anthropological tool.

    • Julie Beth Napoline Published New Book

      Associate professor of digital humanities Julie Beth Napolin has published her first book, The Fact of Resonance: Modernist Acoustics and Narrative Form. The book returns to the colonial and technological contexts in which theories of the novel developed, arguing that narrative theory has been founded on an exclusion of sound.

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    • Genevieve Yue Published New Book

      Culture and media assistant professor Genevieve Yue has published a new book. Girl Head: Feminism and Film Materiality is about gender and the production of the film image.

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    • Dominic Pettman Publishes New Book

      Culture and media professor Dominic Pettman has published a new book. Peak Libido: Sex, Ecology, and the Collapse of Desire examines the mutual influence and impact of human desire and ecological crisis.

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    • Amanda Bellows Publishes New Book

      History faculty member Amanda Bellows has published her first book. American Slavery and Russian Serfdom in the Post-Emancipation Imagination compares slavery in the United States and Russian serfdom.

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    • Senior Capstone Spotlight: Nick Blankenship

      Graduating senior Nick Blackenship (major The Arts) reflects on understanding situations, why things happen, and gestures. The project mirrors their attempt to understand the world and others in a time of isolation.

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