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Annual Art History Lecture

2013

"Look! Listen! Smell! Marketing Mary Magdalene in Renaissance Art
Penny H. Jolly, Professor of Art History

"Paint, Possessions, and Polity:  Fifteenth-Century Foundations of French Painting"
Jennifer Courts, Visiting Assistant Professor

2012

"Muslim Identity, Artistic Practice, and Authenticity in Early 20th-Century British India"
Saleema Waraich, Assistant Professor of Art History

2011

"Being Green in Africa Through Photography and Dress"
Lisa Aronson, Associate Professor of Art History 

2009

"Mary Magdalene and the Good Widow: The Art of Dying Well in Renaissance Europe" 
Penny Jolly, Professor of Art History

"'No Direction Home': George Tooker, Deviance, and Visibility in Twentieth-Century America"
Katie Hauser, Associate Professor of Art History

2007

"Viewing Lehmbruck/Seeing Grimm: A Photograph from the Degenerate Art Exhibition (Munich 1937)"
Kathryn Floyd, Visiting Assistant Professor

2006

"Color in Renaissance Venice: Taste, Technology, Commerce and the Uses of Pigments"
Louisa Matthew, Associate Professor of Art History and Chair, UnionCollege and Mellon Exchange Faculty at Skidmore

"The Joy of Sets: The Uses of Repetition in the Eighteenth-Century French Interior"
Mimi Hellman, Assistant Professor of Art History

2004

"Mountains of Art: Recent Fieldwork in the Western Himalayas"
Rob Linrothe, Associate Professor of Art History

2003

"Artistic Blossoming in the South Asian Kingdom of Bijapur"
Deborah Hutton, Visiting Assistant Professor

"Dressing the Gods: Vodun (Voodoo) and the Art of the Body Among the Ewe of West Africa"
Lisa Aronson, Associate Professor of Art History

2002 (Moseley Lecture)

"Pregnant Moments: Maternity Clothing as Metaphor in 15th-Century Netherlandish Art"
Penny Howell Jolly, Professor of Art History

2001

"Understanding Trauma: National Memorials to the Holocaust"
Natasha Goldman, Visiting Assistant Professor

"Large Sales and Small Profits: John Rogers' Sculptures for American Parlors"
Michael Clapper, Assistant Professor of Art History

2000

"The Politics of Licentiousness: Gender, Liberty and Caricature in 1784"
Amelia Rauser, Assistant Professor of Art History

1999

"Audrey Flack's Still Lifes: Between Femininity and Feminism"
Katie Hauser, Assistant Professor of Art History

 

 

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