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Professor John Lopez at Viewing Topography Across the Globe workshop

Professor John Lopez presented “Renaissance Cartography and the Mapping of Environmental Crisis at Viceregal Mexico City” at the Viewing Topography Across the Globe workshop conducted at the John Carter Brown Library, Brown University on December 11, 2019.

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Professor Talinn Grigor on My Iran: Six Women Photographers

On November 20, Professor Talinn Grigor gave a gallery talk at the National Museum of Asian Art on their show “My Iran: Six Women Photographers.” This show will be on display until February 9, 2020.

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Heghnar Watenpaugh’s The Missing Pages receives award

Professor Heghnar Watenpaugh’s new book, The Missing Pages: The Modern Life of a Medieval Manuscript, from Genocide to Justice, has won Der Mugrdechian SAS Outstanding Book Award.

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Amy Freund, “Hunting Landscapes and Political Contestation in Eighteenth-Century France”
Templeton Lecture in European Art

Hunting art –from monumental paintings of the royal hunt and animal combat to dog portraits and decorated guns –was one of the most spectacular visual manifestations of political power in early modern France.Of the many modes of hunting art, landscape painting was the most literal in its evocation of the mastery of nature, and of the nation. This talk, taking as its case study Pierre-Denis Martin’s Hunting Party at Bougival (c.

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