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RISD student Abena Gyampo traces the history of the hypersexualization of black bodies from the early 19th century to contemporary popular culture
Reginald Marsh, the son of American artists Fred Dana Marsh and Alice R
Richard Merkin was for decades the go-to authority for all things dandyish. As we see in the ephemera from his life and his tailored clothing on view in the exhibition "Artist/Rebel/Dandy", his personality and fashion sense live on at RISD.
It's impossible to know exactly what happened in prehistory, but we archaeologists have excellent tools to help us.
A summer intern describes her experience delving into the RISD Museum's databases, searching for human elements