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Anthropocene Museum for Women in Manhattan

Beginning with the Ramble Cave in Central Park, this project investigates the indigenous social structure of the Lenape Tribe as well as the topography of Lenapehoking in ancient Manhattan. By retracing the matrilineal history of Lenape society and mapping sexual crime data in modern Manhattan, the project provides a comparative analysis of the changes over history.