Assistant Professor Niko Vicario interviews artist Kota Ezawa about how an FBI database sparked his interest in the still unsolved Gardner Museum art heist of 1990 and led him to recreate 13 lost artworks.
Students taking the course “Digital Africas,” taught by Professor Rhonda Cobham-Sander and cross-listed in English and black studies, examine how African writers incorporate digital technologies into their work.
Flint Lead Crisis Renews Attention in Professor's Research
A widely lauded study by economics professor Jessica Wolpaw Reyes ’94links the Clean Air Act’s removal of lead from gasoline in the 1970s to the dramatic nationwide drop in violent crime in the 1990s. This spring she's teaching a course on health economics and policy.