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Center for Visual Culture Special Lecture Series — Fall 2001

September 21, Friday, 3pm
Goodhart Hall

Linda Nochlin, Lila Acheson Wallace Professor of Modern Art
Institute of Fine Arts, New York University

"Why Not a Woman? M. Carey Thomas and the Issue of Woman Portrait Painter"
Co-Sponsored by
Friends of the Library
October 12, Friday, 6pm
October 13, Saturday, 10am-6pm

*All events in Carpenter Library 21
Third Biennial Bryn Mawr College Graduate Student Symposium

Keynote Address: Irene Winter
Professor of Fine Arts
Harvard University

"Amatuer or Professional: Experts, Dabblers, Hirelings, and Hacks" Co-Sponsored by the Departments of History of Art, Classical and Near Eastern Archaeology, and Greek, Latin and Ancient History
October 28, Sunday -
October 30, Tuesday
International Conference "The Rebuilding of Japan's Bombed Cities - A Comparative Analysis" Co-Sponsored by the Japan Foundation
November 6, Tuesday, 4:15pm
Canady Library Gallery
Reception:
Q & A session and wine & cheese celebration
Michael Krausz:
Exhibition of recent paintings
.
November 7, Wednesday, 7:30pm
Guild Hall, Room 210
Susan Dwyer, Associate Professor of Philosophy
University of Maryland
"On Pornography" Co-Sponsored by the Department of Philosophy
November 8, Thursday, 8pm
Ely Room, Wyndham
Eric Santner, Harriet and Ulrich E. Meyer Professor of Modern Jewish History, Chair of the Dept. of Germanic Studies, University of Chicago
"Miracles Happen: Benjamin, Rosenzweig, and the Limits of Enlightenment"
Co-Sponsored by the Committee on Judaic Studies and the Department of English
November 15, Thursday, 5pm
Thomas Library 224

The Grunfeld Lecture
Anthony Cutler
Department of Art History
Pennsylvania State University

"The Emperor's Old Clothes: Gift Exchange between the Byzantines and Arabs"
November 15, Thursday, 8pm
Ely Room, Wyndham

Vera Schwarcz, Freeman Professor of East Asian Studies,
Wesleyan University

"Luminous Fragments: Art and Memory in Jewish and Chinese Public Spaces"

Co-Sponsored by the Committee on Judaic Studies and the Department of English