Articles

Birding Never Goes Out of Style

by Laura Macaluso · Fulbright Association · April 19, 2021

Rethinking the Lotus Bowl at Auction

by Laura A. Macaluso · Arts Paper / Arts Council of Greater New Haven · April 5, 2021

An Un-Valentine to the Archdiocese of Hartford

A Un-Valentine to the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Hartford:  Sacred Heart High School can stand proud of its almost 100-year history contributing to the welfare of individuals and society… View

by Laura Macaluso · Waterbury Republican American · February 13, 2021

The Spirit of 1776/1917: Town and Gown Go to War

by Laura Macaluso · Bulletin of the Auckland Museum · Volume 21, 2020

A Digital Reading of the Sengbe Pieh Portrait In the Covid-19 Era

by Laura A. Macaluso · The Muslim World · November 26, 2020

Book | Monument Culture: International Perspectives on the Future of Monuments in a Changing World

Some monuments are about war. And some wars are about monuments. A recent memorial melee was the Unite the Right rally that took place in Charlottesville, Virginia, in August 2017. You remember, the one where Donald Trump saw “very fine people on both sides”. Laura A Macaluso was less sanguine… View

by Stuart Burch · Museums Association (UK) · September 6, 2019

Susan Brown Chase’s Georgetown Scene Paintings

The C&O Canal and Georgetown have been the subject of more than a century of photography, including numerous black and white glass plate negatives from the 19th century and colorful images taken by Carol M. Highsmith at the end of the 20th century… View

by Laura A. Macaluso · Georgetown Heritage · October 2020

Watercolors Reveal Early Canal Life: How One Painter Helped Inform Our Canal Plan

In the collection of the Maryland Historical Society are 52 watercolor paintings by John Louis Wellington (1878-1965). Although not much is known about the Cumberland, Maryland native, Wellington’s watercolors captured many types of scenes along the C&O Canal in the early part of the 20th century… View

by Laura Macaluso · Georgetown Heritage · August 2020

Why the fight over New Haven’s Christopher Columbus statue continues

by Ben Lambert · New Haven Register · July 10, 2020

Columbus monument may hold secrets of 1892; committee to determine replacement

NEW HAVEN — Mayor Justin Elicker announced Monday that a committee, composed of Italian-American groups and others, will decide what will replace the statue of Christopher Columbus in Wooster Square… View

by Ed Stannard · New Haven Register · June 29, 2020