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Center for Visual Culture Special Lecture Series — Spring 2002
February 7, Thursday
Carpenter Library 21
5pm
*Followed by Reception,
Quita Woodward Room
Kajri Jain, Ph.D.
Getty Research Institute

"More Than Meets the Eye: Indian Calendar Art: The Circulation of Images and the Embodiment of Value"

 

 
Artist's Reception:
Friday, February 8
5-7 p.m
Gallery talk at 5:30 p.m.
William Earle Williams: "The Vicksburg Campaign: Photographs of The Civil War Battlefields".

Exhibit: January 25 - February 22
Daily: 10 a.m. -5 p.m in the Miriam Coffin Canaday Library Gallery.
Press release
February 14, Thursday
Carpenter Library 21
4:30pm
*Followed by Reception,
Quita Woodward Room

Lecture Series in Visual Culture and the Holocaust
Millicent Marcus
University of Pennsylvania

"Fiction Film and the Holocaust"
Sponsored by the Program in Hebrew and Judaic Studies

Co-sponsored by the Center for Visual Culture
February 15, Friday
Thomas Library 224
4:30pm
*Followed by Reception,
London Room

Film Studies Candidate Presentation
Paula Amad
University of Chicago


"'No More Written Archives. Only Films': Tracing the Emergence of a Counter-Archive of the Everyday in Albert Kahn's Archives de la Planète, 1908-1931" More info
February 18, Monday
Carpenter Library 25
4:30pm
*Followed by Reception,
Thomas Great Hall alcove

Film Studies Candidate Presentation
Angela Dalle Vacche
Georgia Institute of Technology

"Asta Nielsen: Stardom, Movement, and the Camera-Eye".
A talk on women's issues in Danish early cinema.
More info

February 20, Wednesday
Thomas Library 224
12:30pm

Refreshments served.

Film Studies Candidate Presentation
Alisa Lebow
New York University
"Traumatic Dis/placements: Reframing the Family Narrative
in Alan Berliner's Nobody's Business (1997)
and Abraham Ravett's Everything's For You (1989)"
 
February 21, Thursday
Carpenter Library Atrium
5:30-7pm
College Art Association Gala Reception   .
February 25, Monday
Carpenter Library 21
4:30pm
*Followed by Reception,
Thomas Great Hall alcove

Film Studies Candidate Presentation
James Tweedie
University of Iowa



"At Home in the Library, Lost in the World: Godard and Bertolucci in the 1980s"  
March 1, Friday
Carpenter Library 21
4:30pm
*Followed by Reception,
London Room

Film Studies Candidate Presentation
Homay King
University of California, Berkeley

"Effaced Figures: Andy Warhol's Poor Little Rich Girl"  
March 7, Thursday
Carpenter Library 21
4:30pm
*Followed by Reception,
Quita Woodward Room

Lecture Series in Visual Culture and the Holocaust
Barbie Zelizer
Professor, Annenberg School of Communications
University of Pennsylvania
Editor, Visual Culture and the Holocaust
Author, Remembering to Forget: Holocaust Memory through the Camera's Eye


"Holocaust Memory through the Camera's Eye" Sponsored by the Program in Hebrew and Judaic Studies

Co-sponsored by the Center for Visual Culture
March 22, Friday
Carpenter Library 21
5 pm
*Followed by Reception,
Quita Woodward Room
Free and Open to Public
Philadelphia Symposium on the History of Art
Keynote Address Cristelle Baskins, Tufts University

"Bocche Inutili: Incorporating Pisa in the Florentine Imaginary" Co-sponsored by the Center for Visual Culture and the Philadelphia Museum of Art
April 4, Thursday
Carpenter Library 21
4:30pm
*Followed by Reception,
Quita Woodward Room

Lecture Series in Visual Culture and the Holocaust
James Young
Professor, Judaic and Near Eastern Studies
University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Author, The Texture of Memory: Holocaust Memorials and Meaning and At Memory's Edge: After-Images of the Holocaust in Contemporary Art and Architecture
"Memory, Counter-Memory and the End of the Monument" Sponsored by the Program in Hebrew and Judaic Studies

Co-sponsored by the Center for Visual Culture
April 4, Thursday-Opening Event
April 5 & 6, Friday & Saturday

Film Festival


30th-Year Celebration of Women Make Movies .Co-sponsored by the Dept. of English and Feminist and Gender Studies
April 15, Monday
Carpenter Library 25
7pm

Preminda Jacob
University of Maryland, Baltimore County
"City of Cine, City of Signs: The Visual Culture of Cinema Advertisements in South India"  
April 18, Thursday
Thomas Library 224
7:30pm
*Followed by Reception in the London Room
Graziella Magherini, Psychoanalyst
Firenze, Italy
"Artemisia Gentileschi: Our Contemporary: The Self-Representations of a 17th-Century Woman" .Co-sponsored by the Psychoanalytic Center of Philadelphia
April 29, Monday
Carpenter Library 25
4pm
Ranjani Mazumdar, Filmmaker
"Delhi Diary 2001"
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