Annual Stephen and Sandra Glass Humanities Lecture
Plunder: The Transcendental Condition of Modern Art and Community of fabri
Ariella Azoulay, professor of comparative literature and modern culture and media at Brown University, will deliver the 2017 Glass Humanities Lecture.
Azoulay is a documentary film director and independent curator who specializes in political theory, visual cultural and photography. The author of Civil Imagination: The Political Ontology of Photography, Azoulay explores how history is conveyed through visual mediums and the relationship between art, imperialism and the legacy of colonialism.
More information about Ariella Azoulay
Free and open to the public.
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Pitzer College Dean of Faculty