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Volume 106 - Issue 3

Article: Aesthetic Play and Bad Intent

By Andrew Jensen Kerr Available here. Abstract: “Threatening words or images are assumed by American courts to be non-art. But this threshold question of art status is complicated by the evolution of rap and performance art. There is no articulable way to discern art from non-art for these nontextual media, a problem compounded in the…

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Essay: Preventing Sexual Harassment and Misconduct in Higher Education: How Lawyers Should Assist Universities in Fortifying Ethical Infrastructure

By Susan S. Fortney Available here. Excerpt: “In order to change the culture and climate in higher education and to improve policies and procedures, university administrators should use the analytical framework of ethical infrastructure to evaluate the organization’s formal and informal systems, as well as the climate that supports those systems. Using such a framework,…

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Essay: Les Bleus and Black: A Football Elegy to French Colorblindness

By Khaled A. Beydoun. Available here Excerpt: “The turbulent ballad that is French Football reveals that colorblindness—for French footballers of color and the millions living in France that share their race, ethnicity or religion—is contingent upon excellence. This myth is fleeting, and demystified by racial realities on the ground, including the emergent white supremacist populism rising…

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Essay: The Other Trade War

By Kathleen Claussen. Available here. Excerpt: “The trade war is on: beginning in the first half of 2018, the United States has employed half-century-old domestic law to impose tariffs on select products affecting U.S. industries, and other countries have struck back with tariffs of their own on U.S. products coming from battleground U.S. states. It is…

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