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  • by Leila Amineddoleh A four-and-a-half-year legal battle that pitted street artists against landowners has come to an end. On Feb. 13, 21 graffiti artists were awarded US$6.7 million in damages after a developer whitewashed works of theirs located on his property. As an art law attorney and professor, I’ve been following this case ...
  • by Andrew Elfenbein When I was researching and writing my new book, “The Gist of Reading,” I wanted to explore long-held assumptions about reading and how we process what we read. Some of these assumptions have changed through time. For example, as novels became popular in the 18th century, many warned that ...
  • by Soo Kang As a middle schooler growing up in South Korea, I still vividly remember the 1988 Seoul Olympic Games. At the time, the country was a burgeoning democracy, and South Koreans were proud of hosting an international mega event. I’ve since become a hospitality professor and researcher in the U.S. ...

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