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Borders Crossed: USC Celebrates A Legacy Of Intersectional Art And Academics

In contemporary society, the term “border” carries powerful, political, and nearly-corporeal weight—borders, whether physical or metaphoric, are built, crossed, and destroyed every day. There is an urgency to this subject, and a wealth of expression to be mined from it. [ more › ]
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