Arts and Humanities

How Amazon’s Second HQ Search Can Boost Clean Energy

March 23, 2018
Amazon

We need an enterprising and transformative mindset for HQ2’s role in shaping the future of energy.

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Archive of Photographer Fritz Henle Comes to Texas

Feb. 27, 2018
Fritz Henle (American, b. Germany, 1909–1993), [Nieves Orozco], 1943. Gelatin silver print (contact sheet).

The Ransom Center has acquired Fritz Henle's archive, containing negatives, transparencies, contact sheet books and thousands of prints spanning the photographer’s career. 

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NFL Ad Shows a Positive and Refined Masculinity

Feb. 23, 2018
Super Bowl Ad

An ad like this shows us a different message of masculinity.

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New Interpretation for Aztec Sun Stone Shows It Is a Named P

Feb. 22, 2018
Aztec Sun Stone

Art history professor David Stuart argues that the image on the Aztec Sun Stone is a named portrait of the ruler Montezuma II as a “sun king.”  

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Incumbents Enjoy Comfortable Leads in Primary Polling

Feb. 19, 2018
Texas Capitol

The latest University of Texas/Texas Tribune Poll finds the state’s top Republican incumbents largely unchallenged in their party’s nominating contests.

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