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Mary Sarah Bilder is Professor of Law and Michael and Helen Lee Distinguished Scholar at Boston College Law School. She teaches property, trusts and estates, and American legal and constitutional history. She has been a visiting professor at Harvard and Columbia Law Schools.
“Small groups of friends and strangers fell into discussions about the meaning of the phrase on the sign. I met a local poet and our conversation turned to the recognition that Holy Cross is currently undergoing a kind of bohemian gentrification as artists are pushed out of the Bywater area by climbing prices . In this context, it felt as if the sign was telling the new residents that they belong here, in Holy Cross, yet they would not have belonged there before Katrina.
However, all is not as it may seem. Although Dyce was clearly intending to his religious images in the landscape he knew best, this was no parochial move. In giving such unmistakably local colour to his biblical paintings, Dyce was firmly in the company of the Italian artists he loved.
Rhythm and blues singer William Hart (The Delfonics) is 73. Actress Joanna David is 71. Actress Jane Elliot is 71. Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism and Stanford University’s School of Engineering today announced that Mark Hansen has been named East Coast director of the David and Helen Gurley Brown Institute for Media Innovation. Hansen will join Stanford engineering professor Bernd Girod, who was the founding director of the Institute and will now serve as West Coast director. Hansen appointment is the latest in a series of moves on the part of Columbia Journalism School to expand its digital offerings..