Through the Ruins: Talks on Human Rights & the Arts 1 is the inaugural volume of talks by activists, scholars, and artists from around the globe, presented at the OSUN Center for Human Rights and the Arts at Bard College (CHRA). In their own words and in conversation with others, they make evident the richness and range of contemporary practices at the intersection of human rights and the arts.
Contributors include Ashmina Ranjit, Border Forensics, Cassils, Emily Johnson, Faustin Linyekula, Hamed Sinno, Mark Sealy, and the White Pube.
The book can be purchased via online booksellers (such as Bookshop, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, etc).
A digital copy of Through the Ruins is available below as an educational resource for all.