This two-part public forum explores the historical development of Ukraine’s culture manifested in art and film.
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The Pre/Early Modern Forum is delighted to announce the upcoming talk by Dr.
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Art Against Time: A Lecture by Saloni Mathur
Thursday, April 7
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The Pre/Early Modern Forum is delighted to announce the upcoming talk by Dr. Julie Bellemare from the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
The Pre/Early Modern Forum is delighted to announce the upcoming talk by Victoria Addona, a postdoctoral fellow at McGill University.
Yale 18th & 19th Century Colloquium would like to invite you to our upcoming lecture by Professor Barry Bergdoll titled “The Case for the Polychromatic City in 19th century Paris.”
Through the story of Annah la Javanaise, a trafficked 13-year-old girl who was found wandering the streets of Paris in 1893 and who became the maid and model of painter Paul Gauguin, Professor Fatimah Rony introduces theories of visual biopolitics
Making Art History Now