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Disputing The Global: Art History's Future:
about the open colloquium for art historians on the implications of
globalism for the discipline has been launched.
"Mexico: Beyond Its Revolution"
"México Más Allá De Su Revolución"
September 9-November 14, 2010
An exhibit curated by Associate Professor Adriana Zavala
On view at the Koppleman Gallery in the Aidekman Arts Center
40R Talbot Avenue
press release for more information.
Friday, October 1, 9am to 6pm
Symposium: "Mexico: Its Revolution and Beyond"
Raab room 9am to 11:45am
Cabot, 7th fl. 1:30pm to 6:30pm
Tuesday, October 19 5:30pm
Tisch Library, room 304
"Photography and Identity in Post-Revolutionary Mexico"
A lecture by, John Mraz, Research Professor at the
Instituto de Ciencias Sociales y Humanidades,
Universidad Automoma de Puebla (Mexico)
Wednesday, October 27, 5:30 to 7:00pm
Remis Sculpture Court
Screening and discussion of Echele Ganas (Do Your Best):
A Life Left Behind with Photographer and film-maker
"Architectural Dialogues Across the
Mediterranean: Domed Sanctuaries in the Ottoman Empire and Renaissance
Thursday, September 23, 12:30pm
Fares Center Conference Room
Mugar Hall 129
160R Packard Avenue
A luncheon Roundtable Lecture:
Gülru Necipoğlu, Aga Kahn Professor of Islamic art at Harvard University
since 1993 and Editor of Muqarnas: An Annual on the Visual Culture of
the Islamic World (published by E.J. Brill in Leiden). Her articles
include comparative studies on early modern Islamic art and architecture
in the Ottoman, Safavid, and Mughal empires.
Co-sponsored with The Fares Center for Eastern Mediterranean Studies
Disputing The Global: Art History's Future
An open colloquium for art historians on the implications of globalism
for the discipline.
flyer for more details.
Friday, October 29, 1:00pm to 6:00pm
Crane Room, Paige Hall
12 Upper Campus Road
Monet's Water Lillies-Vision & Designs and
Courbet-A Dream of Modern Art
A presentation of films by Professor Judith Wechsler, a writer and
director of 23 films, is the National Endowment for the Humanities
Professor of Art History at Tufts University, where she teaches and
writes about 19th and early 20th century French Art.
Friday, November 5, 12noon to 2:00pm
Granoff Music Center
20 Talbot Avenue
A History of Art History at Tufts
MA candidate Ayesha Fuentes talks about her recent research, on the
department's behalf, into the history of art history at Tufts, dating
back over a hundred years.
Monday, November 8, 12noon to 1:15pm
The Department of Art and Art History's Lounge
11 Talbot Avenue
Italy's Islamic Orient A View from
Renaissance Art History and Historiography
A Tomasso Lecture given by Karen-edis Barzman, Associate Professor of
Art History, Director of (CEMERS) Center for Medieval and Renaissance
Studies, Binghampton University, State University of New York
Monday, November 8, 6:00pm to 7:30pm
Tisch Library, Room 314
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