In keeping with the practice of having an annual research theme, in 2018–19 our “research institute” functions—fellowships, exhibitions, seminars, and symposia—will explore the question “When is After?” Read more about this year’s theme in an article by Dean Peter N. Miller. We feature here Revisions 4: Distance, a compilation of lectures and seminars from last year’s guest speakers who explored the theme “What is Distance?” in both obvious and tangential ways. Former Research Fellow Amanda Wunder contributes to our “Fellows Talk” series, reflecting on her time at BGC working on a book about Spanish fashion during the reign of Philip IV (1621–1665). Finally, Daniel Lee, Director of Publishing, talks about “Cultural Histories of the Material World,” Bard Graduate Center’s monograph series. We revive this article here to celebrate the opening of Ittai Weinryb’s exhibition, Agents of Faith: Votive Objects in Time and Place, which is the culmination of a long research project, which yielded the 2016 publication Ex Voto: Votive Giving Across Cultures in our CHMW series. In addition to reading the below features we hope you will browse the archive.