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Field Agent Willauer Presents “Atomic Midwest”

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Christopher Willauer, a National TLC Service field agent, has been assisting with research into the atomic history of the American Midwest. He will present his findings at the Iowa Center for Research by Undergraduates annual Spring Undergraduate Research Fair on

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National TLC Service Public Address

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On Tuesday, December 3, National TLC Service Agent Sarah Kanouse will deliver an informal address to the University of Iowa course “Marketing, Promoting, Politicking Public Art.” Focusing on the TLC Service’s recently concluded design charrette and exhibition at the University

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Public Lecture, Charrette, and Exhibition – University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

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This October the National TLC Service¬†will visit UIUC to explore experimental ways of memorializing the Cold War. The three-day visit will include: an introductory lecture geared toward students and the general public that outlines the agency’s plan for a National

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National TLC Service Field Office at the Figge Art Museum

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The National TLC Service Mobile Field Office will be on view at the Figge Art Museum in Davenport, Iowa. Fabricated by Dan Feinberg, the field office desk collapses into a 55-gallon hazardous waste drum. Our nuclear weapons map of Chicago,

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The Half-Life of Empire – Creative Research on Cold War Remains

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This session at the American Studies Association Annual Meeting brings together several collaborative projects that address the legacy of the Cold War through the visual and performative methods of creative research. While popular accounts maintain that the Cold War ran

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