When You CAN’T Shake it Off

How does civil resistance operate in the Internet era? How do viral cell phone videos impact our experience of acts of violence from around the country? On May 27, over 70 students and faculty gathered at the Block Museum for “When You CAN’T Shake It Off,” a dive into the role and use of social […]

Spring opening highlights exhibition on capital punishment

“Food is social.” Last Saturday, this idea rang true at the Block Museum’s Opening Day Program for The Last Supper: 600 Plates Illustrating Final Meals of U.S. Death Row Inmates, an installation by Julie Green. In this exhibition, food highlights the human dimension of one of our nation’s most polarizing issues: capital punishment. Green, Professor […]