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Colloquium in Visual Culture — SPRING 2002
Thomas Library 224
Wednesday, 12:30 - 1:45 pm
Refreshments Served

January 23

Erika Esau, Ph.D. '85

Australian National University
"Images of the Pacific Rim: Aesthetic Connections between Australia and the American West, 1850-1930"
David Cast Department of History of Art,
Bryn Mawr College
"Botticelli, Boccacio, and Story of Nastagio degli Onesti"
Donald Sassoon University of London "Mona Lisa: The Making of a Global Icon"
Paola Nogueras,
AB '84
Photographer, Ardmore "The Festivals of Puerto Rico"
February 20
No Colloquium College Art Association Conference .

Carol Bernstein

Department of English,
Bryn Mawr College
"An I for an Eye: Images after the Holocaust"
Gary McDonogh Program in Growth and Structure of Cities, Bryn Mawr College
"Learning from Barcelona?
Models, Citizenship and Commodity Fetishism"
Co-Sponsored by the Center for International Studies
March 13

No Colloquium

Spring Vacation

Dale Kinney Department of History of Art,
Bryn Mawr College
"Ivory Diptychs as Visual Culture"

Robert Folkenflik

University of California, Irvine "The Rupert Barber Portraits of Jonathan Swift"
Steven Levine Department of History of Art,
Bryn Mawr College
Director, Center for Visual Culture
"Face Painting: Self-Portraiture in France from Marcia to Marcel Duchamp, 1400-1990"
Elliott Shore and Arleen Zimmerle Canaday Library, Bryn Mawr College "Gained in Translation: Hollywood Films, German Publics"
Benjamin Binstock New York University "The Discovery of Maria Vermeer"
Elizabeth Bolman, Ph.D. '97 Temple University "Monastic Visions: Uncensored Reflections on the Production of a Book on Thirteenth-Century Coptic Paintings"
Alyce Jordan, Ph.D. '94 Northern Arizona University "The Saint Thomas Becket Windows of Medieval France"