American songwriter, musician, music publisher, and producer Richard Rudolph has transected many facets of the recording industry and continues to do so today. Rudolph, a Tulane liberal arts alumnus, sits down with our writer and editor to discuss studying at Tulane, his expansive career, and continuous forms of inspiration for writing and collaborating.
Professor Robin Bartram brings years of experience in urban sociology to the classroom, investigating topics from architecture to gentrification and community investment with her students.
This March, Tulane students traveled to D.C. and met with policy makers and analysts from leading think tanks through professor Nora Lustig's "Inequality and Poverty in Latin America" course.
Through a comparative approach to waterscapes from oceans to seas to waterways and embayments, this conference will address the following question: what kinds of aesthetics, transnationalism, knowledge transfer, and translational practices specific to the sea can we devise once diverging, geographically disparate oceanic sites of knowledge production are brought into contact?
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