Saturday, March 29, 2014
Hilton New York Midtown, 1335 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10019
2014 Annual Anita Glass Lecture: "The Whisperers"
Carnegie Professor, History of Art, Yale University
Presented by the Department of the History of Art and Architecture
Thursday, March 6, 2014
List Art Center 120, 5:30pm
"Exit Implies Entries Lament: John Hedjuk's IBA'1984/7 Projects and Immigrant Housing in Berlin"
Associate Professor, Department of Art History, University of Illinois, Chicago
Presented by The Departments of the History of Art and Architecture and German Studies
Wednesday, February 26, 2014
List Art Center 110, 5:30pm
"The Lost Rome of Giovanni Battista Falda"
Winship Distinguished Research Professor, Emory University
Presented by The Department of the History of Art and Architecture
November 21, 2013, List Art Center 110, 5:30pm
Hosted by Shiela Bonde and Leslie Bostrom
Support provided by the Creative Arts Council, the Department of the History of Art and Architecture, and the Department of Visual Arts.
November 2, 2013, List Art Center 9am-5pm. For full schedule, please refer to the program.
Exhition: Sugar and the Visual Imagination in the Atlantic World, c. 1600-1860, John Carter Brown Library of Brown University, guest curator, K. Dian Kriz, professor emeritus of the History of Art and Architecture Department
This exhibition focuses on the visual imagery of sugar in the Americas, examining how this sweet, powerful, and often destructive commodity was depicted in books, single sheet prints, and maps that are in the collection of the John Carter Brown Library. For more information, and online view of the exhibition go to: http://www.brown.edu/Facilities/John_Carter_Brown_Library/sugar/index.html
Conference: Beyond Sweetness: New Histories of Sugar in the Early Atlantic World, John Carter Brown Library
October 24-27, 2013
This international conference was inspired by the exhibition, “Sugar and the Visual Imagination in the Atlantic World.”It will evaluate the current state of scholarship on sugar, as well as move beyond it by considering alternative consumer cultures and economies. Given its importance, sugar as a topic still pervades scholarship on the Americas and has been treated in many recent works about the Caribbean, Brazil, and other regions. This conference thus will serve as an occasion for the assessment of new directions in the study of sugar.
For more information go to: http://blogs.brown.edu/sugarandbeyond/