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Heghnar Watenpaugh and the modern life of a Medieval manuscript

Heghnar Watenpaugh’s new book The Missing Pages: The Modern Life of a Medieval Manuscript, from Genocide to Justice, has just been released! Published by Stanford University Press, The Missing Pages “is the biography of a manuscript that is at once art, sacred object, and cultural heritage. Its tale mirrors the story of its scattered community as Armenians have struggled to redefine themselves after genocide and in the absence of a homeland.

Announcement

Heghnar Watenpaugh and the modern life of a Medieval manuscript

Heghnar Watenpaugh’s new book The Missing Pages: The Modern Life of a Medieval Manuscript, from Genocide to Justice, has just been released! Published by Stanford University Press, The Missing Pages “is the biography of a manuscript that is at once art, sacred object, and cultural heritage. Its tale mirrors the story of its scattered community as Armenians have struggled to redefine themselves after genocide and in the absence of a homeland.

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Heghnar Watenpaugh on the Modern Life of Medieval Manuscript
April 25, 2019

Professor Heghnar Watenpaugh will be speaking at the Manetti Shrem Museum of Art on the Armenian genocide, Zeytun Gospels, and restitution in her lecture entitled “From Genocide to Justice: The Modern Life of a Medieval Manuscript.” This lecture coincides with the release of her new book The Missing Pages: The Modern Life of a Medieval Manuscript from Genocide to Justice which will be available on February 2019. 

 

 

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2019 Templeton Colloquium
February 22, 2019

Art and Enlightenment

The relationship between art and the Enlightenment is polemical. Enlightenment philosophical ideals centered on precepts of reason, self, society, perfection and beauty, among others. Yet, study of painting of this period demonstrates that art was not only rational and orderly, but also wildly hubristic, overambitious, and even went as far as rejecting tenets of the Enlightenment.

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