Image: Elizabeth Winspear. Metamorphosis. 1799. Lisa Unger Baskin Collection, Sallie Bingham Center for Women's History & Culture. David M. Rubenstein Library, Duke University.  

Speakers

  Radiclani Clytus   Visiting scholar in residence  Columbia University   Nineteenth-century (African) American cultural productions and circum-Altlantic visual culture; print and ephemera

Radiclani Clytus

Visiting scholar in residence

Columbia University

Nineteenth-century (African) American cultural productions and circum-Altlantic visual culture; print and ephemera

  Michael Gaudio   Professor, Department of Art History  University of Minnesota   Visual arts in the early modern Atlantic world

Michael Gaudio

Professor, Department of Art History

University of Minnesota

Visual arts in the early modern Atlantic world

  Aden Kumler   Associate Professor, Department of Art History  University of Chicago   Western medieval art, architecture & material culture; manuscript illumination & manuscript studies, including codicology & paleography

Aden Kumler

Associate Professor, Department of Art History

University of Chicago

Western medieval art, architecture & material culture; manuscript illumination & manuscript studies, including codicology & paleography

 
  Phillip Round   John C. Gerber Professor of English  University of Iowa   English and American Indian and Native Studies; book history    

Phillip Round

John C. Gerber Professor of English

University of Iowa

English and American Indian and Native Studies; book history

 

  Kathryn Rudy   Senior Lecturer, School of Art History  University of St. Andrews, Scotland   Western medieval art; manuscript studies; codicology; manuscript illumination    

Kathryn Rudy

Senior Lecturer, School of Art History

University of St. Andrews, Scotland

Western medieval art; manuscript studies; codicology; manuscript illumination

 

  Juliet Sperling   PhD Candidate, Department of the History of Art  University of Pennsylvania   Late 18th - early 20th century American art, material, and visual culture; history of the moving image, book history

Juliet Sperling

PhD Candidate, Department of the History of Art

University of Pennsylvania

Late 18th - early 20th century American art, material, and visual culture; history of the moving image, book history

Moderators

Jenny Adams, Associate Professor, English, UMass Amherst

Sonja Drimmer, Assistant Professor, History of Art & Architecture, UMass Amherst

Michael Kelly, Head of Archives and Special Collections, Frost Library, Amherst College

Jessica Maier, Assistant Professor, Art History, Mount Holyoke College

John E. Moore, Professor, Art History, Smith College

Britt Rusert, Assistant Professor, Afro-American Studies, UMass Amherst

Closing Remarks by

barry Moser

Irwin and Pauline Alper Glass Professor of Art, Smith College