Cover Story: Architectural History
The University isn't just hallowed stone buildings for architectural historian Constance Greiff. She draws lessons from the work of Robert Smith and his 18th century design of Maclean House, pictured right.
Next issue of U.S. 1: June 3, 2015.
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New Jersey photographer Linda Troeller is the subject of a film being shown Saturday, June 6, 7 p.m. at the NJ International Film Festival. The film will be introduced by Troeller, and a Q&A will follow. She is known for creating a series of documentary photos and images that explored sensuality and female eroticism. One of Troellerâ��s most acclaimed documentary series is the â��TB-AIDS Diary. The series was based on the idea of stigma and shame, things she had come to understand from how the general public treated her mother, like so many others who suffered from TB. U.S. 1 contributor and photographer Aubrey J. Kauffman has the story.
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