The latest issue of Thresholds, the Journal of the MIT Department of Architecture, is now out. Asking questions such as "What actions are prompted by revolution in the space of the city? Which publics take part in this struggle, and who are the agents that mobilize it? And after a revolution has subsided, how is it remembered, represented and memorialized?," thresholds 41: REVOLUTION! turns to the history, design, and cultural production of the public realm as a site of dissensus. Be sure to catch the article entitled "Resurrection City: Washington DC, 1968," by DUSP's own Tunney Lee and Lawrence Vale.