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    Research and Work

  • Your education at Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts encourages you to examine the world in new and unexpected ways by combining rigorous study with intellectual freedom. Our students and faculty draw on different disciplines to generate new ideas, create new models of investigation, and new approaches to solving relevant and current problems.  

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  • Recent Work from Lang

    Using cross-disciplinary skills, our students and faculty bring ideas and narratives to life by examining challenging issues in innovative ways. This can mean using multimedia formats to reimagine text, creating a traveling exhibition about the prison system, or using photographic expression as an anthropological tool.

    • Senior Capstone Spotlight: Juana Urrea Arango

      Juana Urrea Arango (BA, Urban Studies / BFA, Illustration), explored 14th Street as an important landmark in her life. Combining illustration with photographs collected on walks along 14th Street, she captured important landmarks that brought back memories of her five years in the city and established a personal connection to the street.

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    • Senior Capstone Spotlight: Sarah Neides

      Sarah Neides (BA The Arts) created a video called The Zone of Evaporation, in which she looks at the digital age as a time period dominated by propaganda, illusions that transform the natural world into something alien.

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    • Senior Capstone Spotlight: Lorelai Robideaux

      Lorelai Robideaux (BA Global Studies) created a multi-layered thesis, White Balance: The Legacy of Racism in Photographic Technology. “By examining the historical intersection between racism and photography, I clarify its progression by which social movements transform its existence.”

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  • Practical experience and contemporary context is an important complement to theoretical discourse. That’s why we connect what you’re learning in the classroom to the big questions and problems of the day. Our broad spectrum of programs and engaged learning opportunities allow you to apply what you’re learning in the classroom in real-world contexts.

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