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September 21, 2016 – Kris Graves

Kris Graves

Photographer, New York Studio Manager, Guggenheim Museum, New York “Artist’s Lecture”    

September 28, 2016 – Mireille Lee


Assistant Professor of History of Art Vanderbilt University Mireille Lee (Occidental College, A.B.; Bryn Mawr, M.A., Ph.D.) teaches courses on the art and archaeology of the ancient Mediterranean, including Egypt.  A specialist in Greek art and archaeology, she has a … Continue reading ...

October 5, 2016 – Deborah Hutton

Deborah Hutton

Professor of Art and Art History, The College of New Jersey “A Thoroughly Modern Major: Photography, Identity, and Politics at the Court of Hyderabad, India” During the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, the rapidly-changing courtly culture of the Indo-Islamic state ̷...

October 19, 2016 – Matthew Fisher

Matthew Fisher

Principal, Night Kitchen Interactive “From Exclusion to Representation: Digital Exhibitions Interpreting Slavery, Disability and Prejudice in American History” Museums, libraries and cultural institutions are constantly reframing their narratives to accommodate emerging voices and viewpoints ...

October 26, 2016 – Rebecca Brown

Rebecca Brown

Associate Professor of History of Art and Chair of the Advanced Academic Program in Museum Studies, Johns Hopkins University “We Must Have a Tent!: Exclamations and Elephants at the Metropolitan Museum’s Festival of India Exhibitions”

November 2, 2016 – Amy Golahny


Professor of Art History, Lycoming College President, Historians of Netherlandish Art “Rembrandt’s One Guilder Print: Value and Invention in “’the most beautiful that ever came from the burin of this Master’”       This essay explores how Rembrandt’s Hundred Guilder...

November 9, 2016 – Jessica Horton

Assistant Professor of Art History, University of Delaware “Kay WalkingStick, Creative Kinship, and Art History’s Tangled Legs” This talk considers the artist Kay WalkingStick’s (b. 1935) reassessment of art historical difference through her engagement with global visual cultures ...

November 16, 2016 – Seth Koven

Professor of History, Rutgers University “Mrs. Henry Hobhouse Goes to War: Sexuality, Christianity and Conscience in World War I Britain”



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