Lectures and Events
1/13 Opening of Embodiment Abstracted: The Influence of Yvonne Rainer, curated by Elise Archias, 5-8 p.m. G400. Performance of Trio A by Elliot Mercer around 6 p.m.
2/1 Ronak Kapadia, "Insurgent Aesthetics: US Military Imprisonment and the Sensorial Life of Empire", HH 106, 4 p.m.
2/2 Paul Jaskot, DePaul, lecture on the digital humanities, Gallery 400, 6-7:30 p.m.
2/8 Noortje de Leij, visiting doctoral student from the University of Amsterdam, “Between Hope and Despair: Allegory in October’s art criticism,” HH 303, 4:15
3/3 Zainab Bahrani (Columbia) “Methexis and the Substance of Images," part of the “Art in the Age of Things” public lecture series and 3/2 participation in symposium “Ottoman antiquarianism in the 19th century,” organized by Paris Papamichos Chronakis in the Dept. of Mediterranean Studies. 2 p.m., 2850 UH.
3/6 Steve Everett, Lecture on "(R)EVOLUTION OF NOISE" for AH 265: History of Performance Art, 3:30 p.m., HH 107
3/31 Darcy Grimaldo Grigsby "Creole Degas." 106 HH at 4pm
4/7 BA/MA Symposium, location and time TBD
4/11 Eve Meltzer (NYU) “Art in the Age of Things” series public lecture, title TBD, 6 p.m, G400?.
4/13-4/14 Seminar on the Epistolary, organized by Nina Dubin, featuring Martha Pollak, Humanities Institute, time TBD
4/19 Becky Bivens “The Roots of the New Materialisms: Wolfgang Paalen and the Science of Cultural Expression” 4:15 pm, 303 Henry Hall
4/28 Eric Santner (U Chicago) as keynote speaker for AHGSA symposium “Res Publica,” University Hall, 28th floor
4/28 Lane Relyea (Northwestern) as keynote speaker for AHGSA symposium ”Res Publica,” University Hall, 28th floor
4/28 AHGSA Graduate Student Symposium, “Res Publica,” University Hall, 28th floor