In the wake of the white-supremacist terrorism of August 11-13, we wish to highlight and paraphrase some of the comments of Ian Baucom, Dean of Arts and Sciences:
Be assured that the Art Department remains a space where all can pursue the dialogue that counters the lies of racism, anti-semitism, homophobia, and nativism.
We are prepared to stand up for and support those who have been singled out as targets for hatred. The courage of free thought opposing cowardice and bigotry endures and persists here despite violence.


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"The Localisation of the Global: Ottoman Silk and Silk Weaving, 1600-1790," in Threads of Global Desire: Silk in the Pre-modern World, eds Luca Molà and Dagmar Schäfer, forthcoming late 2016 (Oxford: Oxford University Press).

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