Guest Lecture Series

Upcoming Lectures



Tuesday, April 25, 2017, 5:30 pm
Dr. Frazer Ward, Smith College
“Notes on Witness Protection.”
Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room 312Frazer Ward Poster



Past Lectures
2016/2017


1-Abramson Lecture 9_20
Tuesday, September 20, 2016, 5:30 pm
Dr. Daniel Abramson, Boston University
“Representing the Welfare State”
Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room 303A



2-Norton Lecture 10_19
Wednesday, October 19th, 2016, 5:30 pm
Dr. Ann W. Norton, Providence College
“Afghanistan’s Tradition Arts After Years of Conflict”
Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room 303A


3-Carroll Lecture 11_30
Wednesday, November 30th, 2016, 5:30 pm
Dr. Margaret Carroll, Wellesley College
“Rembrandt’s Uncanny Ox”

Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room 303A


4-Reyes Lecture 1_25
Wednesday, January 25th, 2017, 5:30 pm
Dr. Ana-María Reyes, Boston University
“What Can Art and Architecture Contribute to Symbolic Reparations?”

Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room 303A


5-Jacobi Lecture 2_28
Tuesday, February 28th, 2017, 5:30 pm
Dr. Lauren Jacobi, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
“From Shore to Sea: Early Modern Port Territories”

Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room B36


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Wednesday, March 22, 2017, 5:30 pm
Professor Kimberly CassibryWellesley College
Tyranny of the Dying Gaul: Confronting an Ethnic Stereotype in Ancient Art.
Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room 303A





2015/2016

Sasha Goldman & Bryn Schockmel– Coordinators


Wednesday, September 23, 2015, 5:30 pm
Dr. Sophie Hochhäusl, Boston University
“From Siedlung to Suburb: Exhibiting the Austrian Prefabricated Home ­Epistemological Transfer, Americanization, and the U.S. Economic Mission in Vienna, 1952-1955″”
Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room 200


Thursday, November 5, 2015, 5:30 pm
Dr. Peter Kalb
“Charting the Contemporary: On Writing Art Histories of the Present”
Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room 303A


Tuesday, November 17, 2015, 5:30 pm
Dr. Lamia Balafrej
“Bihzad and the Artist’s Name in Persian Painting”
Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room 200


Thursday, February 17,  2015, 5:30 PM
Dr. Danielle Carrabino, Associate Research Curator of European Art at the Harvard Art Museums
Caravaggio’s Raising of Lazarus:  the Lazzari, the Crociferi and the Hope of Salvation
Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room 303A


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Dr. Jose Falconi, Post-Doctoral Fellow at Harvard University
“Reality (Always) Lies Elsewhere:  Lessons from Anibal Lopez’s Documenta 13 “Testimonio””
Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room 303A


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Thursday, April 14, 2016, 5:30 pm
Dr. Jody Gordon of Wentworth Institute of Technology
“Insularity, Imperialism, and Identity:  Contextualizing the Art of Roman Cyprus”
Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room 303A


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Wednesday, April 20, 2016, 5:30 pm
Dr. Ross Barrett, Boston University
“Perilous Prospects:  Martin Johnson Heade’s “On the San Sebastian River” and the Florida Land Boom”
Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room 303A



 

 

2014/2015

Tina Barouti & Kelsey Gustin- Coordinators

 


Tuesday, October 14, 2014, 5:30 PM

Dr. Carrie Anderson, Middlebury College
“The Challenges of Spatial Research: Johan Maurits and the Landscape of Diplomacy”
Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room 200


Thursday, October 30, 2014, 5:30 PM

Laura Auricchio, The New School
“The Marquis: Lafayette Reconsidered”
Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room 200


Thursday, February 5,  2015, 5:30 PM

Dr. Eva Troelenberg, Kunsthistoriches Institute, Florence
“East of Jordan to East Berlin: The Early Islamic Desert Castle Mshatta and its Cross-Cultural Modern Biography.”
Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room 200


Wednesday, February 18, 2015, 5:30 PM

Dr. Amanda Gilvin, Mount Holyoke College and Smith College
“Eating Forward: Art and Politics During Niger’s Uranium Boom”
Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room 200


Wednesday, April 8, 2015, 5:30 PM

Professor Daniel Bluestone, Boston University
“Iconic and Vernacular: Charlottesville’s Landscape of Prostitution, 1880-1950.”
Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room 424


 



 

2013/2014

Jordan Karney and Michael Pagan- Coordinators


Wednesday, September 25, 2013, 5:30PM

Ana-María Reyes, Boston University
Antigonismos: Metaphoric Burial as Political Intervention in Contemporary Colombian Art”
Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room 303A


Thursday, October 10, 2013, 5:30PM
Kristen Gresh, Estrellita & Yousuf Karsh, Assistant Curator of Photographs,
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Boston
“She Who Tells a Story: Women Photographers from Iran and the Arab World”
Lecture and Gallery Tour
Location: Museum of Fine Arts, 465 Huntington Ave., Henry and Lois Foster Gallery (Gallery 158)


Wednesday, November 20, 2013, 5:30PM
Christopher Bedford, Henry and Lois Foster Director, The Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University
Topic: TDB
Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room 303A


Thursday, February 6, 2014, 5:30PM
Martha Buskirk, Montserrat College of Art
“Collision Course? Artists’ Rights versus Public Interest”
Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room 303A


Thursday, March 18, 2014, 5:30PM
Celeste-Marie Bernier, University of Nottingham
“Imaging Resistance: Representing the Body, Memory and History in African American and Black British Visual Arts”
Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room 303A


Thursday, April 10, 2014, 5:30PM

Carol Payne, Carleton University
Title: “Views from the North: Photographs, Generations and Cultural Memory among the Inuit”
Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room 303A

Thursday, April 17, 2014, 5:30PM

Fred Kleiner, Boston University
“Teaching the History of Art & Architecture with Google Earth”
Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room 303A



 

2012/2013

Jeff De Blois, Elisa Germán, and Erin McKellar- Coordinators


Wednesday, September 19, 2012, 5:30PM
S. Rebecca Martin, Boston University
Who was ‘Doros’?  Hellenic Imagery, Phoenician Identity, and Roman Soldiers in the Middle Ground”
Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room 303A


Wednesday, November 14, 2012, 5:30PM
Ben Weiss, Leonard A. Lauder Curator of Visual Culture, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
“The Postcard Age: Postcards and History at an Art Museum”
Location: Museum of Fine Arts, 465 Huntington Ave., Morse Study Room
Enter via the MFA’s Huntington Avenue entrance. The Morse Study Room is located on the first floor of the Museum, near the Lower Rotunda. Please ring the doorbell to gain entry.
Note: This event will include a lecture at 5:30PM followed by an informal walkthrough in the Torf Gallery at about 6:15PM.
Please RSVP to emckel@bu.edu if you wish to attend the lecture portion, as space is limited to 25 attendees. Space is not limited for the gallery portion. 


Monday, December 3, 2012, 5:30PM
Celeste-Marie Bernier, University of Nottingham
Imaging Slavery”
Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room 303A


Thursday, January 24, 2013, 6:00PM
Judith Bookbinder, Boston College
“Civil War Drawings: Artifacts and Art”
Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room 303A


Thursday, February 28, 2013, 5:30PM
Sonja Duempelmann, Harvard Graduate School of Design
“Flights of Imagination: Powered Aviation and the Art and Science of Landscape Design and Planning”
Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room 303A


Wednesday, April 10, 2013, 5:30PM
Professor Pamela Karimi, Assistant Professor of Art History. UMASS Dartmouth
Topic: A History of Modern Iran in Ten Objects
Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room 303A


Wednesday, April 17, 2013, 5:30PM
Nancy Stieber, University of Massachusetts Boston
“Narrating History and Urban Identity: Amsterdam’s Visual Representation around 1900”
Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room 303A


 

2011/2012

Lynne Cooney and Naomi Slipp,  Coordinators

  • Wednesday, September 14, 2011, 5:30PM
    Keith Morgan, Boston University
    “Managing the Model Suburb: Professionalism, Class, Ethnicity, and the Making of Brookline, Massachusetts
    Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room 200
  • Thursday, September 28, 2011, 5:30PM
    Kate MacNamara
    Directory, Boston University Art Gallery
    Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room 200
  • Wednesday, November 9, 2011, 5:30PM
    Rosamond Purcell
    “Things are Not as They Seem: A Lecture In Honor of Robert Seydel”
    Practicing Artist
    Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room CAS 303a
  • Wednesday, November 16, 2011, 5:30PM
    Michael K. Komanecky
    “Picturing Ramona: Illustrations to Helen Hunt Jackson’s Novel of California”
    Farnsworth Art Museum
    Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room CAS 303a
  • Wednesday, November 30, 2011, 5:30PM
    Pieranna Cavalchini,
    Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
    Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room CAS 200
  • Wednesday, March 21, 2012, 5:30PM
    Peter Probst
    Tufts University
    Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room CAS 303a
  • Wednesday, April 11, 2012, 5:30PM
    Sura Levine
    Hampshire College
    Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room CAS 303a
  • Thursday, April 26, 2012, 5:30PM
    Ross Barrett
    University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
    Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room CAS 303A

 

2010/2011

Jackie Canevari & Rachel Tolano, Coordinators

  • Thursday, September 30, 2010, 5:30PM
    Deborah Kahn
    Associate Professor, Boston University
    “Demons in the Romanesque: A Case Study
    Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room 200
  • Thursday, October 28, 2010, 5:30PM
    Erica Hirshler
    Croll Senior Curator of American Paintings, MFA
    “Sargent’s Daughters: A Biography of a Painting”
    Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room 200
  • Friday, November 19, 2010, 5:30PM
    Mario Ontiveros
    Assistant Professor, UMass
    “Semi-Solid: Impermanence, Uncertainty, and Chicana/o Aesthetics”
    Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room CAS 132.
  • Wednesday, December 8, 2010, 6:00PM
    Michele Cohen
    Assistant Professor, Simmons
    Director, Trustman Art Gallery
    “Public Art for Public Schools”
    Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room 303A M
  • Wednesday, January 26, 2011, 5:30PM
    Adriana Zavala
    Tufts University
    “Becoming Modern Becoming Tradition”
    Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room 200
  • Monday, February 14, 2011, 5:30PM
    Pamela Allara
    Brandeis University
    “Repositioning: White South African Artists in the ‘New’ South Africa”
    Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room 200
  • Thursday, March 24, 2011, 5:30PM
    Francesca Bewer
    Harvard Art Museum
    “Harvard’s Fogg Museum and the Emergence of Art Conservation in America
    (CA. 1900-1950)”

    Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room 200
  • Thursday, March 31, 2011, 5:30PM
    Caroline Bruzelius
    Duke University
    “What Can Digital Visualization Do For the Humanities
    (and Especially Art History)?”

    Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room 200
  • Tuesday, April 5, 2011, 5:30PM
    Judy Ditner
    Boston University
    “10,000 Lives, The 8th Gwangju Biennale”
    Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room 200
  • Thursday, April 21, 2011, 5:30PM
    David Haney
    University of Kent/CREAte
    “LeBrecht Megge and the Problem of Modern vs. Conservative in Early 20th Century Landscape Architecture”
    Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room 200


2009/2010

Sarah Parrish & Hannah Blunt, Coordinators

  • Thursday, September 24, 2009, 5:30PM
    Talinn Grigor
    Assistant Professor, Brandeis University
    “Backward-Looking Modernists: British-Indian Origins of the Persian Style
    Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room 200
  • Wednesday, October 21, 2009, 5:30PM
    Hilda Westervelt
    Assistant Professor of Art History, Boston University
    “Women’s Work: The Threat of Female Toil in Greek Art and Myth”
    Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room 200
  • Tuesday, November 10, 2009, 5:30PM
    Sharon Corwin
    Carolyn Muzzy Director and Chief Curator,
    Colby College Museum of Art
    “Constructed Documentary: Margaret Bourke-White from the Steel Mill to the South”
    Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room 200
  • Wednesday, November 18, 2009, 5:30PM
    Adriana Zavala
    Associate Professor, Tufts University
    “Intimate Encounters: Mexican Modernism and the Female Nude”
    Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room 200
  • Wednesday, December 2, 2009, 5:30PM
    Helen Burnham
    Assistant Curator of Prints and Drawings, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
    “Albrecht Dürer at the MFA”
    Meet in the Scharf Visitor’s Center at the MFA at 5:30 p.m.; our group will be escorted to the exhibition for a private tour and lecture. Admission is free on Wednesdays after 4:00 p.m
  • Thursday, JANUARY 21, 2010, 5:30PM
    Véronique Plesch
    Professor of Art, Colby College
    Early Modern Graffiti on Religious Frescoes: Vandalism or Piety?
    Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room 303A
  • Thursday, FEBRUARY 11, 2010, 5:30PM
    Nick Capasso
    Senior Curator, DeCordova Sculpture Park + Museum
    “How to Spend $1 Million on Contemporary Sculpture”
    Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room 303A
  • Thursday, FEBRUARY 25, 2010, 5:30PM
    Dietrich Neumann
    Professor of History of Art and Architecture, Brown University
    “A Skyscraper for Mussolini: Mario Palanti and Urban Planning for Rome in the 1920s”
    Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room 303A
  • Thursday, MARCH 25, 2010, 5:30PM
    Jodi Cranston
    Associate Professor, Boston University
    “Close Looking in Titian’s Later Paintings”
    Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room 303A
  • Thursday, APRIL, 2010, 5:30PM
    Nancy Berliner
    Curator of Chinese Art, Peabody Essex Museum
    “Hidden Treasures from the Forbidden City, The Emperor’s Private Paradise”
    Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room 303A

2008/2009

Lili Mugnier, Coordinator

  • Thursday, September 18, 2008, 5:30PM
    Alan Chong, Curator of the Collection, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
    ” A Conversation with Alan Chong, Conceptualizing Exhibitions at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum”
    Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room 200
  • Thursday, October 16, 2008, 5:30PM
    Lawrence Berman, Norma Jean Calderwood Senior Curator of Ancient Egyptian, Nubian, and Near Eastern Art, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
    “Inside Art & Empire: A Look at Treasures from Assyria in the British Museum”
    Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room 200
  • Thursday, November 6, 2008, 5:30PM
    Gregory Williams, Assistant Professor, Boston University
    “Jokes, Wit and Political Agency in West German Art, 1961-1989”
    Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room 200
  • Thursday, November 20, 2008, 5:30PM
    Peter Kalb, Assistant Professor, Brandeis University
    “The Sensations of Televisuality: Tom Sachs Logjam as Case Study”
    Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room 200
  • Thursday, January 29, 2009, 5:30PM
    Tony Sigel, Conservator of Objects and Sculpture, Strauss Center for Conservation, Harvard Art Museum
    “Gian Lorenzo Bernini’s Terracotta Sculpture: Conception, Execution, Authorship, Conservation”
    Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room 200
  • Thursday, March 26, 2009, 5:30PM
    Stephen Perkinson, Associate Professor, Bowdoin College
    “About Face: The Prehistory of Portraiture in Medieval France”
    Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room 303
  • Thursday, April 2, 2009, 5:30PM
    Mercedes Volait, Director of the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Director of INVISU, Institut National d’Histoire de l’Art, Paris
    “Other Modernisms: Architecture in Egypt 1870s-1940s”
    Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room 200
  • Thursday, April 16, 2009, 5:30PM
    Cynthia Becker, Associate Professor, Boston University
    “Art, Self-Censorship, and Public Discourse: Contemporary Moroccan Artists at the Crossroads”
    Location: 725 Commonwealth Ave., Room 200

Each Guest Lecture lasts approximately one hour and is followed by a brief Q&A session and a reception.


 

2007/2008

Lana Sloutsky & Sandrine Lacorie, Coordinators


2006/2007

Ben Charland, Coordinator

  • Thursday, September 28, 2006, 5:30 pm
    Gianfranco Pocobene, Chief Conservator of Paintings, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
    “Conserving the John La Farge Murals of Trinity Church”
  • Thursday, October 5, 2006, 5:30 pm
    Catherine D’Ignazio, Associate Professor of New Media, Rhode Island School of Design
    “On the Wisdom of Infinitely Small Things?”
  • Wednesday, November 1, 2006, 5:30 pm
    Patricia Johnston, Professor of Art History, Salem State University
    “Seeing High & Low: The Impact of the Visual Culture Movement on the History of American Art”
  • Tuesday, November 28, 2006, 5:30pm
    Jonathan Unglaub, Assistant Professor of Fine Arts, Brandeis University
    “Painting as Parthenogenesis: Raphael’s Sistine Madonna”
  • Thursday, February 1, 2007, 5:30 pm
    Susan Dackerman, Curator of Prints, Fogg Art Museum
    “Dissent! Protest Art on Paper”
  • Thursday, February 22, 2007, 5:30 pm
    Eric Rosenberg, Professor of Art History, Tufts University
    “Walker Evans’s Depression and the Trauma of Photography”
  • Thursday, March 29, 2007, 5:30 pm
    Bill Arning, Curator, The MIT List Visual Arts Center
    “Sensorium: Embodied Experience, Technology, and Contemporary Art”
  • Tuesday, April 24, 2007, 5:30 pm
    Alan Braddock, Assistant Professor, American Art and Visual Culture, Syracuse University
    “Thomas Eakins and the Cultures of Modernity”

2005/2006

Lisa Sutcliffe, Coordinator

  • 10/6: Ralph Helmick and Stuart Schechter, public sculptors, “Public Art: Sell Out? or the Last True Path for the Citizen Artist?”
  • 11/2: Georgia Barnhill, Andrew W. Mellon Curator of Graphic Arts American Antiquarian Society, “‘With a French Accent’–American Lithography, 1820-1860.”
  • 11/10 at 5:15pm: Karen Kramer, Assistant Curator of Native American Art Peabody Essex Museum, on her show “All of My Life: Contemporary Works by Native American Artists.”
  • 12/1 at 5:15:John Stomberg, Associate Director for Administration and Programs Williams College Museum of Art, “Suffering and Style in 1930s American Photography.”
  • 2/16:David Kim, doctoral student, Harvard University “Gentile Bellini: Artist and Ambassador”
  • 03/01: Natasha Khandekar, Co-director, Art Interactive “Looking Closely: Using Physical Evidence in Art History”
  • 03/01: Natasha Khandekar, Co-director, Art Interactive “Looking Closely: Using Physical Evidence in Art History”
  • 04/10: Joanne Lukitsh, Professor, Massachusetts College of Art “Alone on the Sidewalks of New York: Alfred Stieglitz’s Photography, 1892-1913″ This talk is based on a chapter in an anthology,”Seeing High and Low Representing Social Conflict in American Visual Culture,” edited by Patricia Johnston.
  • 04/10: Joanne Lukitsh, Professor, Massachusetts College of Art “Alone on the Sidewalks of New York: Alfred Stieglitz’s Photography, 1892-1913″ This talk is based on a chapter in an anthology,”Seeing High and Low Representing Social Conflict in American Visual Culture,” edited by Patricia Johnston.
  • 04/27: Anna Stanfield, Ohr-O’Keeffe Museum, Biloxi, AL “Learning from Katrina: The Future of Disaster Planning in American Museums”

2004/2005

Carrie Moore, Coordinator

  • Keith Morgan, Art History Professor, Walking Tour of Trinity Church
  • Natasha Seaman, Boston University PhD Candidate, ‘Embedded Devotion in Hendrick ter Bruggen’s Crowning with Thorns’
  • Leslie Brown, Curator at the Photographic Resource Center, will discuss the upcoming ‘Contemporary Vernacular’ show at the PRC and give an introduction to the library.
  • Chris Atkins, Research Assistant, Arts of Europe, MFA Boston, ‘Not So Fast: A Reconsideration of Frans Hals’s ‘Rough Manner’
  • Christine Poggi, Associate Professor at the University of Pennsylvania, will present ‘Representing Madness in 1905: Giacomo Balla’s ‘The Madwoman’ and the Cycle ‘The Living’
  • David Dearinger, Susan Morse Hilles Curator of Paintings and Sculpture, Boston Athenaeum, ’19th Century American Neo-classic Sculpture and the City of Boston’
  • May Stevens, Artist, in conjunction with Professor Pat Hills ‘Art and Politics’ class
  • Arthur Beale, Head of Conservation, MFA, ‘Defining Authenticity’
  • Lizzi Ross, Public Programs Manager, ICA, “Public Programming at the ICA.”
  • Hilda Westervelt, Assistant Professor of Art History, Boston University. “Kainis’ Choice: Avoidance of Marriage and Motherhood and its Consequences in Greek Myth”
  • Screening of Allan Shinohara’s documentary about migrant Jamaican tobacco workers in western Massachusetts.

2003/2004

Melissa Renn, Coordinator

  • Dr Michael Stone-Richards, Visiting Professor in English Comparative Literature, Stonehill College, and Graham Foundation Scholar: Implantation and Affective Spaciality: Guy Debord with Daniel Libeskind
  • Bet McLeod, Assistant Curator of Decorative Arts and Sculpture, Department of the Art of Europe, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston will speak on the newly-installed 19th century gallery at the MFA and on issues of display, access, interpretation and the new directions the Museum is exploring for its new wing.
  • Anna Konivets, Coordinator of the Hermitage/Guggenheim Museum collaboration will speak on the Russian Festival/Education Bridge Project.
  • Anthony Lee, Professor, Department of Art History, Mount Holyoke College: ‘When the Cobbling Began: Photography and Chinese Shoemakers in a 19th century New England Factory Town.’
  • Jonathan P. Ribner, Associate Professor, Art History Department, Boston University. Danger Across the Water:’ Professor Ribner’s Recent Research
  • Jonathan M. Bloom, Norma Jean Calderwood University Professor of Islamic and Asian Art, Boston College. Paper Before Print: The Introduction of a New Medium and its Impact on the Arts of the Islamic Lands.
  • Margaret Laster (formerly of the MFA) on Nazi-era provenance research issues.
  • Bonnie Costello, Professor of English, Boston University, ‘Planets on Tables: Poetry and Still Life’
  • Wanda Corn, Professor, Art History Department, Stanford University and Radcliffe Fellow, Harvard University, will speak on Georgia O’Keeffe and Seriality
  • Jessica Sewell, Assistant Professor, Art History Department and American and New England Studies Program, Boston University. ‘Eclipsing the Boston Tea Party: Suffrage and Tea, the Equality Beverage.’

2002/2003

Kate Palmer, Coordinator

  • Keith Morgan, Professor of Art History at Boston University. Walking tour of Boston’s Kenmore and Fenway areas
  • Ulrich Lehmann. ‘Fetish of the Female: George Sand and Gavarni’
  • Karen Lucic, Professor of Art at Vassar College. ‘The Photography of Charles Sheeler: American Modernist’
  • Michelle Lamunire, PhD Candidate in Art History, Boston University. ‘You Look Beautiful Like That: The Portrait Photographs of Seydou Keita and Malick Sidibe’
  • Keith Doherty, PhD Candidate in Art History, Boston University. ‘Recent Discovery in the Athenian Agora’
  • Nick Capasso, Curator, DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park. ‘Painting in Boston, 1950 – 2000: A Curatorial Case Study’
  • Alexandra Schwartz, PhD Candidate, University of Michigan. ‘Learning from Los Angeles: Ruscha, Venturi, and Scott Brown’