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Metropolitan Architecture: Karl Scheffler and Alfred Messel's Search for a New Urbanity
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology Press, 2014-08)
Emotion Regulation through Movement: Unique Sets of Movement Characteristics are Associated with and Enhance Basic Emotions
(Frontiers Media, 2016-01)
We have recently demonstrated that motor execution, observation, and imagery of movements expressing certain emotions can enhance corresponding affective states and therefore could be used for emotion regulation. But which ...
ISIS, HERITAGE, AND THE SPECTACLES OF DESTRUCTION IN THE GLOBAL MEDIA.
(American Schools of Oriental Research, 2015)
This paper focuses on ISIS’s recent destruction of archaeological heritage in Iraq and its (self-) representation in the global media. It is argued that the Islamic State’s destruction of archaeological sites and museums ...
A Musical Suite Composed by an Electronic Brain Reexamining the Illiac Suite and the Legacy of Lejaren A. Hiller Jr.
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology Press (MIT Press), 2018-09)
In 1956, Lejaren A. Hiller, Jr., and Leonard Isaacson debuted the Illiac Suite, the first score composed with a computer. Its reception anticipated Hiller’s embattled career as an experimental composer. Though the Suite ...
Territories of Equivalence: Objects of the Logistical Apparatus
(TU Delft, Faculteit Bouwkunde, 2018-01)
Borders are Rough-hewn: Monuments, Local Landscapes and the Politics of Place in a Hittite Borderland
(British Institute at Ankara, 2017-08-01)
Cultural historian Elliott Colla proposed in a recent paper that ancient borders, unlike their modern versions, were often roughly hewn, both materially and conceptually. With this he not only refers to the artfully crafted ...
Disciplinary Hybrids: Retail Landscapes of the Post-Human City
What does the rise of automated retail mean for our future? Architect Clare Lyster, who is Associate Professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago, looks at its various emerging forms: cashierless grocery stores, ...