An exploration of our individual and group capacity to uplift our world, by breaking down simple and complex barriers.
From 1936 to 1939, the Spanish Civil War dominated headlines around the world. Volunteers rushed to help Spain’s democratically elected government fight off an uprising by right-wing army officers heavily backed by Hitler and Mussolini.
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Why are sacred places important to indigenous people, and what can their values and worldviews teach Western society?
This course will examine the presidential race from both domestic and international perspectives.
The sudden passing of Iraqi-born London-based architect Zaha Hadid (1950-2016) sent shock waves through the global architecture community and beyond. Her work, mesmerizing and awe-inspiring, expanded exponentially the formal vocabulary of the contemporary built-environment.