Mining War: Fragments from a Conversation Already Passed

  title={Mining War: Fragments from a Conversation Already Passed},
  author={Hannah Feldman and Akram Zaatari},
  journal={Art Journal},
  pages={48 - 67}
In December 2005, we (Hannah Feldman and Akram Zaatari) submitted a joint application to the Council for International Exchange of Scholars and the Fulbright Visiting Specialist Program: Direct Contact with the Muslim World to bring Zaatari, a Lebanese multimedia artist and cofounder of the Beirut-based Arab Image Foundation, to Northwestern University for six weeks in the fall of 2006. Feldman's research on French vanguardist projects from the 1950s to the present, and in particular on their… 
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