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Center for Visual Culture Special Lecture Series — Spring 2001

January 29, Monday, 7 pm, Thomas Library 224

Brian Madigan, Wayne State University

"Roman Ceremonial Statuary"
February 14, 6pm, Carpenter B21 Manar Darwish Munara "Art & Architecture in Medieval Cairo"
March 19, Monday, 4:30 pm, Carpenter Library 21 William Wixom, Curator Emeritus of the Department of Medieval Art and The Cloisters, Metropolitan Museum of Art "Aspects of Connoisseurship and Scholarship in Museums" Co-Sponsored by Haverford College
March 22, Thursday, 4:30 pm, Thomas Library 110, Reception to follow in London Room Vincent J. Bruno, University of Texas "Mark Rothko and the Second Pompeian Style" Co-sponsored by the Class of 1902 Lecture Fund and the Center for Visual Culture
March 29, Thursday, 4:15 pm, Thomas Library 110 Judith Halberstam, University of California, San Diego "The Brandon Teena Archive"
April 3, Tuesday, 12 noon, Haffner Hall, Dorothy Vernon Room Paul Gilroy, Yale University Luncheon seminar on African-American Aesthetics
April 5, Thursday, 4:30 pm, Carpenter Library 21, Reception in the Quita Woodward Room

The Grundman Lecture
Richard Brilliant, Department of Art History and Archaeology, Columbia University

"The Concept of Style and the Problem of Roman Art"

April 12, Thursday, 8 pm, Thomas Library Great Hall, Reception to follow

The Roberta Holder Gellert Lecture

Jane Golden, Director of the Mural Arts Program of Philadelphia

"Transforming Communities Through Art: Mural Painting as an Agent of Social Change" 

Co-sponsored by the Center for Ethnicities, Communities, and Social Policy
April 13, Friday, 2 pm, Thomas Library 110 Jane Golden Panel Discussion Student and Faculty Panel on the Role of Art in Past and Present Communities Co-sponsored by the Center for Ethnicities, Communities, and Social Policy
April 27, Friday, 4:15 pm, Thomas Library 110, Reception to follow

The Barbara Miller Lane Lectures:

Mary McLeod, Columbia University

"Le Corbusier, the New Woman, and Domestic Reform"
April 28th, Saturday, 10 am, Thomas Library 224, Reception to follow Joan Ockman, Columbia University

"Mass as Ornament from Siegfried Kracauer to Leni Riefenstahl"