SAH Blog

¡Coming attractions!

Jan 30, 2011

 Over the next week or two, this space will feature posts from some of our colleagues. Nathaniel Walker discusses the politics of demolition, preservation, and development in Beirut. Morgan Ng initiates a conversation about the evolution of digital research tools. Kate Holliday outlines the cultural landscape of the Kimbell Art Museum as it is transformed by the construction of a new building. 

I hope that these three prove just the first of many new contributors. Please join the conversation! Comment. Forward to others. And consider how you might share your current research, teaching, reading, and thinking by spinning off a short text, some images, a news item, or a batch of links. Send me a note about what you'd like to contribute, and I'll be happy to help pull it together and put it up. 


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