Carla Blank

Carla Blank’s most recent book is “Storming the Old Boys’ Citadel: two Pioneer Women Architects of Nineteenth Century North America,” co-authored with Tania Martin. She collaborated with Robert Wilson on “KOOL, Dancing in My Mind,” which premiered at New York City’s Guggenheim Museum in 2009. In May 2015 she directed a production of Ishmael Reed’s play, “Mother Hubbard” in Xiangtan, China, and in September 2015 she directed Yuri Kageyama’s “News From Fukushima” at New York’s LaMama Café Theater.

Purging History: Was Orlando Really the Worst Massacre in US History?

Prince: Pain and Dance

Storming the Old Boys’ Citadel

The Education of Paul Ryan

The Presleying of Abstract Art

Overlooked Feminist Architect Gets Her Due

Apollo Could be a Bitch

When Kabuki is Not Kabuki

A New New Deal for the Arts

Neglecting a Grand Old Lady

Elvis Presley: King or Apprentice?

"America, the Beautiful"

American Massacres and the Media

Worst U.S. Massacre?

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