15: Keynote Address, "Romanticism and the Life of Things,"
for the North
American Society for the Study of Romanticism, Tempe, Arizona.
29: Silberberg Lecture, Institute of Fine Art, New York University:
October 14: Mt. Holyoke College:
"Defining Moments of Modernism," symposium with T. J.
Clark and Tamar Garb.
3: Department of Cinema Studies, Tisch School of Fine Arts, New York
Lecture on "The Surplus Value of Images."
6: Panel discussion of Spike Lee's Bamboozled, Kennedy
School of Government,
Harvard University (with Stanley Crouch, Carrie Mae Weems, and Spike
16: Cooper Union Presidential Inaugural.
Lecture on Art and Technology.
7: "What Sculpture Wants," lecture at Art History
Department, University of
8: "The Work of Art in the Age of Biocybernetic
Reproduction," Royal College of
28: "Blindness or Insight," respondent to panel on
Literature and Visual Culture
at the Modern Language Association, Washington D.C.
20: "Museums and Other Monsters," lecture for Conference
on Museum Culture,
University of Chicago Alumni Association, Gleacher Center.
27: Moderator and Panelist for "Natural Histories: Landscape,
Memory," Smart Museum, University of Chicago.
20: "Art and Biocybernetics."
Lectures at California Institute of the Arts, Los
Angeles, California, and the Center for Art and Design, Pasadena.
1: "Founding Objects,"
a lecture on "found objects" for the annual meeting of
College Art Association of America, Chicago.
20: Lecture to Institute for Literary Theory, University of Lisbon,
24: Keynote Address, Annual Conference of Portuguese Teachers of
20: University of Wisconsin, Madison.
Public lecture, and seminar for the Workshop
on Visual Culture.
27: University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana.
Lecture for conference on "The Domain
4-5: Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, MA.
"Showing Seeing: A Critique of Visual
Lecture at conference on "Art History, Aesthetics, and
5: Tate Gallery, London. "Empire
and Objecthood." Keynote
address at conference
on "Art and the
7-28: Australia: lectures at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney,
Power Institute of Fine Arts, University of Sydney; Master Classes
and 3 public
lectures at the University of South Australia, Adelaide on "What
7-8: "Why Rhetoric Is Not Enough," Indiana University,
Communication and Culture. Keynote
address for conference on "Visual
19: Colorado College. Public
lecture on Art and Biocybernetics
8: University of Washington, Seattle.
Lecture to the Humanities Institute.
13: Berlin, Free University.
"Addressing Media," public lecture.
18-19: Ohio State University, Columbus: Kane Lectures in English
Romanticism and the
Life of Things," and "The Work of Art in the Age of
1: Chicago Humanities Festival.
Public Lecture: "Words, Pictures, and the
2002 (Past Lectures)
9: American Academy, Berlin. Lecture:
14: Kristiansand University, Kristiansand, Norway.
"Words, Pictures, and the
Inaugural Lecture for Program in Visual Studies.
28: W. E. B. Dubois Lecture, Humboldt University, Berlin.
"Living Color: The
Stereotypes in Spike Lee's Bamboozled."
29: Humboldt University, Berlin.
14: "Cloning Terror," lecture at the Iconoclash Symposium,
Zentrum fur Kunst
18: "Art and Biocybernetics," lecture at the Zentrum fur
24: "Living Color: The Animation of Racial Stereotypes in Spike
College, Master of Liberal Arts Symposium in Cultural Studies.
Fall 2002 (Past Lectures)
14: Plenary Address, "Re-Thinking the Visual," University
of Colorado, Boulder.
Contact: Erika Doss: email@example.com
"Country Matters": Inaugural Lecture for Cultural Studies program,
Topographies," Trent University,
Peterborough, Ontario. Contact:
Jonathan Bordo: firstname.lastname@example.org
5: Keynote Address, Landscape and Vision.
Symposium at the University of
Illinois-Champaign-Urbanaís Department of Landscape Architecture.
Diane Harris: email@example.com
16: Lecture at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, New York.
Contact: Ellen Esrock:
17: Humanities Institute Lecture, Dartmouth College.
"The Work of Art in the Age
of Biocybernetic Reproduction."
18: Dartmouth College: "Abstraction
and Intimacy," paper for symposium on
"Writing about Art."
A. W. Heffernan:
November 1: Plenary Address, Modernist Studies Association
Annual Meeting, University of
Wisconsin, Madison. Contact:
4-8: Alfonso Reyes Lectures, Mexico City.
Co-sponsored by Art Department
the Universidad Iberoamericana and the Technologico Monterrey.
November 13-14: Deanís Distinguished Lecturer, University of
California, Santa Cruz.
Gail Hershatter: firstname.lastname@example.org
12 [postponed]: Felix Burda Memorial Lecture, The University of
Academy and the
Ludwig-Maximilians University, Munich, Germany.
On the idea of
a "pictorial turn (Tentative)
Contact: Heike Maenz: email@example.com
16: "Picturing Desire," Slovenian Academy of Science and Arts, Ljubljana,
17: Museum of Contemporary Art, Zagreb, Croatia. Contact
: Nada Beros:
27-30: Modern Language Association Meeting, New York City
2003 (Past Lectures)
19-22: Annual Meeting of College Art Association, New York
City. Forum on "Art
History as/versus Visual Studies" with Susan Buck-Morss, Martin
Elkins, Nicholas Mirzoeff, and Janet Hess.
7-8: Clark Institute of Fine Art, Williamstown, Mass.
Conference on Journals and
10: London School of Economics and Royal Academy, London.
Topic to be
4: Keynote Speaker, 2003 Conference of Texas Association of School
of Arts (TASA)
"Showing Seeing." Contact: Susan Witta-Kemph: firstname.lastname@example.org
April 18: University of California, Irvine. "Double J, The J
Turn, and the Serpent in the
Wilderness." For "J": A Conference in Honor of J. Hillis Miller. Contact:
May 9-10: Mt. Holyoke. "Addressing Media." Faculty
Seminar in Visual Culture on Spike
Leeís Bamboozled. Contact: Debbora Battaglia: email@example.com
June 10-July 10: China: lectures in Beijing, Shanghai, Guilin, and
Hong Kong. Postponed
until spring 2004.
Contact: Professor Wang Ning of Tsinhua University,
Fall 2003 (Past Lectures)
September 13-14: University of Nottingham. Conference on "Image &
October 3: University of Southern California, Los Angeles. English
Contact: Joseph Boone,
October 9: Northwestern University, Block Gallery Auditorium. Art
History Lecture. Contact:
October 24-5: University of
Texas. Annual meeting of Science and Literature Society.
Panel on the Aesthetics
October 30: University of
Copenhagen. "Empire and Objecthood," for conference on
"Materiality: The Verbal
and the Visual in Historical Perspective." Contact:
November 8-9: Berlin: Haus
der Kulturen der Welt. "Totemism, Fetishism, Idolatry,"
lecture for conference on
"Migrating Images." Contact: Petra Stegmann,
November 21-2: New York University, Deutsches Haus. "Imaging Science,"
address to Conference on
"Images of Science and the Scientist in Visual Media."
Contact: Erin Evers:
firstname.lastname@example.org or Bernd Huppauf:
December 5: Lexington, Kentucky, University of Kentucky Fine Arts
Contact: Anna Brzyski:
January 8-11: Hawaiian International Conference on the Arts and
Address. Contact: Darren
February 15-16: Madrid, Spain. Conference on "Visual Studies in the
Contact: Jose Luis Brea,
March 11: Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix, AZ. "Holy Landscape: Israel,
the American Wilderness."
Contact: Jan Krulick-Belin:
Stoddard Lecture in Art History, University of California, Berkeley.
April 9-10: University of California, Berkeley. "Sounding the Idols,"
by Martin Jay.
10-14: Beijing, Tsinhua University. Conference on Critical Inquiry
in the 21st
Century. Contact: Wang
July (tentative): Israel, University of Haifa. "Icons, Idols,
Ideologies: Visual Cultures in
the U.S. and Israel."
Contact: Michele Rosenthal:
Fall 2004 (Past Lectures)
September 15th: Archeworks, 625 N. Kingsbury, Chicago, IL 60610. On
of imaging. Contact:
October 23rd: Antwerp, Belgium: University of Antwerp and the
Antwerp Museum of
Contemporary Art. Keynote
Address to Conference on 'Images of Language/The
Language of Images'
Contact: Tom Paulus:
November 3rd: Berlin: Lecture at the Zentrum f¸r Literaturforschung.
5th: Chicago: "Literature, Theory, and Common Sense," a symposium at
the University of
Chicago. Contact: Thomas Pavel:
November 13th: Chicago: Annual Meeting of the National Communication
Spotlight Presentation on
"The 'Face' and 'Place' of Media." Contact: Barbara
November 25th: Goldsmiths College, University of London. "Addressing
Contact: John Hutnyk:
26th: London: Tate Modern Series on Ethics and Aesthetics. Joint
with Griselda Pollock.
Contact: Dominic Willsdon:
December 2: Munich: Ludwig-Maximilien University and The Burda Academy of
Millenium. Lecture in the
series on the "Cloning Terror: The War of Images from
9/11 to the Abu Ghraib
Photographs." Contact: Heike Maenz:
Follow the link to view
December 13-15: Birzeit University, Ramallah, Palestine. Memorial
Edward Said. Contact:
Ahmad Harb, Dean of Arts:
December 15: "Secular Divination: Edward Said's Humanism," at the Van
Jerusalem. Contact: Shulamit Laron:
Spring 2005 (Past Lectures)
January 22-31, 2005: [Postponed]
Bombay: Lectures at the Mohile Parikh Center,
the National Center for the
Arts. New Delhi, The Sanskriti Foundation for the Arts. Contac:
February 7, 2005: "Image Science," the Thyssen Lecture at Humboldt
February 15, 2005: "The Unspeakable and the Unimaginable: Word and
Image in a Time
of Terror." Einstein
Forum, Potsdam. Contact: Ruediger Zill:
February 23, 2005: "Cloning Terror: The War of Images." Max Planck
Contact: Hans Jˆrg Rheinberger:
April 8, 2005: University of Toronto, Comparative Literature
April 9, 2005: Toronto "Images Festival." Contact: Janine
April 15, 2005: University of Cork, Ireland. Conference on "Visual
April 21-23, 2005: Vienna: Internationales Forschungszentrum fur
(IFK). Symposium on "What Do
Pictures Want?" Contacts: Daniela Losenicky:
email@example.com and Hans Belting:
April 25, 2005: University of Szeged, Hungary. "The Unspeakable and
Word and Image in a Time
of Terror," keynote address to the Szeged Conference
on "Word and Image."
Contact: Gyorgy Endre Szoni,
April 28, 2005: Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin. "Stereotype,
Caricature, and Clone," lecture
for conference on "Images
of the Arab," convened by the Working Group on
Modernity and Islam.
Contact: Shereen Saad Abou El Naga:
May 4-9, 2005: National University of Art, Bucharest, Rumania.
Contact: Anca Oroveanu:
June 9, 2005: University of Oslo, Norway. "Media Aesthetics."
Contact: Arild Fetveit:
June 15-19, 2005: Istanbul Bilgi University. Symposium on "Visual
Fall 2005 (Past Lectures)
September 1-3: Keynote Address, Conference on "Social Realism in
Art," Lieven Gevaert
Research Centre for
Photography and Visual Studies, Katholieke Universiteit,
Leuven, Belgium. Contact:
Hilde Van Gelder:
"The Line that Crosses America,
" symposium on
"The Moving Drawing of
" Washington, D.C.-Pittsburgh, PA. Contact: Shim
" at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute,
Troy, New York.
September 19: Beckwith Lecture, Boston Museum of Fine Arts. Contact:
September 20: Baldwin-Dahl Lecture, Yale University, Comparative
October 12-14: Conference on "Image and Imagination," New York
University, Center for
the Study of European
Culture. Contact: Bernd Huppauf:
": Keynote Address, International Visual
University of Illinois
Urbana Champaign. Contact: Paul Duncum
October 26: Munro Lecture, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver,
Canada. Contact: Colette
October 27: Keynote Address, Victorian Studies Association Annual
Meeting, Simon Fraser
November 3-4: "Secular Divination: Saidís Humanism," paper for
Symposium on Edward
University of Chicago. Contact: Elizabeth Chandler:
November 10-13: Society for Science, Art, and Literature, session on
December 2-3: "Globalization, Violence, and Visual Culture," New
York University Humanities
Contact: Nicholas Mirzoeff:
December 12-14: University of Copenhagen, Seminar on "Intermediality."
December 30: MLA Annual Meeting, Washington D.C. Panel on "War in
the Arts and Media."
Feb. 1-2: University of Washington: "Postcolonial Visuality." Contact: Zahid
Feb. 10-12: Florida State University. Lecture to Art History
Department. Contact: Adam
Feb. 17: University of South Florida: Lecture to Art History
Department. Contact: Marchi,
Feb. 25: University of Rome, conference on "Meyer Schapiro and the
Methods of Art History."
"Meyer Schapiro's 'Theme of State' Today: Sacred Images and the War
Contact: Mariagiuseppina di Monte:
March 29-30: University of Memphis: Marcus Orr Center for the
Country Matters: Re-Thinking Regionalism,
Keynote Address to 38th Annual
College English Association Conference, San Antonio, TX.
April 13: SUNY Buffalo, Comparative Literature Lecture Series.
"Cloning Terror: The War of
Images, 9-11 to Abu Ghraib."
April 24: Colgate University Program in Peace and Conflict Studies.
"State of the Union, or
Jesus Comes to Abu Ghraib." Contact: Daniel Monk:
April 29: Conference on "The Fate of Disciplines" at the Franke
Institute, University of
Chicago. "Art, Disciplines, and Indexicality: On Helen Mirra." For
June 30 - July 1, Frankfurt, Germany. Institut fur Kunstkritik at
the Hochschule fur bildende
KunsteSymposium on "Images, Subjects, and Politics in the
Spectacular Phase of
with T. J. Clark and Paolo Virno. Contact: Isabelle Graw:
August 10-15: Tsinhua University, Beijing. "World Pictures and
address for conference on Cultures of Globalization. Contact: Wang
degli Studi di Palermo, Palermo, Italy. Conference on
Culture in Italy. Perspectives for Comparative Literature."
Cometa: firstname.lastname@example.org or
Northwestern University, Department of Communication
ìCloning Terror: The War of Images, 9-11
to Abu Ghraib.î Contact: Robert Hariman
19: Lecture on What Do Pictures Want? UCLA: Fowler
Museum of Cultural
Contact: Polly Roberts:
October 27-8: Basel, Switzerland. "Movens Bild: Between Evidence and
Kunsthistorisches Seminar, University of Basel. Contact: Gottfried
11: Chicago Humanities Festival: Panel discussion with
Kanan Makiya and
filmmaker Errol Morris on the Abu
Ghraib torture scandal. Contact: Ian Burkow:
November 17 and December 1: Case Western Reserve University,
Baker-Nord Seminar. Contact: Timothy Beal:
September 28-30: Universita degli Studi di Palermo, Palermo, Italy.
January 25: Sculpture Center, Long Island City, New York: "On the Happiness of
Bad Objects." Contact: Sarina Basta, Curator:
January 26: New York Humanities Institute, Deutsches Haus, NYU, noon-2 PM:
"Cloning Terror:The War of Images, 9-11 to Abu Ghraib". Contact:
Laurence Weschler: email@example.com
February 1: Art Center of Pasadena: "Architecture as Sculpture as Drawing".
Contact: Jeremy Gilbert-Rolfe: firstname.lastname@example.org
February 4: Los Angeles County Museum. "Foucault's Magritte, and Other
Metapictures."Contact: Stephanie Barron: email@example.com
February 14-17: College Art Association, New York City. Panels on "Disability and
Visual Culture"(contact: Nicholas Mirzoeff: firstname.lastname@example.org)
and "Visual Culture and the War on Terror" (contact: Zainab Bahrani:
February 22: Kendall College of Arts and Design, Grand Rapids, Michigan. Contact:
March 1-4: Berlin: Max Planck Institute for the History of Science. "Clonophobia and the
Biopictorial Turn," for Conference on "The Times of Cloning: Historical
and Cultural Aspects of a Biotechnological Research Field."
Contacts: Christina Brandt: email@example.com;
Giuseppe Testa: firstname.lastname@example.org.
April 19-21: Weimar, Germany. "Architecture as Sculpture as Drawing," Bauhaus
University Annual Conference on Architecture. Contact: Jorg Gleiter:
April 27: Drury University, Springfield, MO. Colloquium with Don Pease: "9-11 Five
Years Later."Contact: Randall Fuller: email@example.com
April 28: Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, MA, Conference: "The Archive of Images
and the Image of the Archive," for conference: "What is Research? Obsession, Archive
and Encounter in the Visual Arts." Contacts: Michael Ann Holly: firstname.lastname@example.org
and Mark Ledbury email@example.com
May 17-25: lectures TBA in Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, and Birzeit University in Ramallah.
May 26: Berlin: "Dinosaurs, Landscapes, and Terror: A Few American Stories," for
conference on "Narratives about American Art," conference co-sponsored by the Freie
Universiteit, American Academy, and the Hamburger Bahnhof. Contact: Winfried Fluck:
June 20: Cambridge, England; Cambridge University Center for Research in the Arts,
Social Sciences, and Humanities (CRASSH). Workshop on media. Contact: Ben
July 20-22: University of Nottingham, England. "Country Matters," keynote address for
"Literary Geographies: A Multidisciplinary Conference," Schools of Geography and
English Studies. Contact: Stephen Daniels: firstname.lastname@example.org.
June 27: Documenta 12, Kassel Germany: "Ecce Homo Sacer:
Bare Life, Modernity, and
Lecture Link: DOCUMENTA 12
September 13: Nebraska Wesleyan University. "The War of Images, 9-11 to Abu
September 17: New York University, Kevorkian School of Middle Eastern Studies.
"The War of Images, 9-11 to Abu Ghraib."
September 18-25: Havana, Cuba. Three Lectures on Art and Political Activism at
the Catedra Arte de Conducta: "Notes on Art, Action, and Activism"; "From
Guantanamo to Abu Ghraib: The Norm and the Exception"; "Imagining Others:
From Caliban to the Taliban"
October 12-13: Southern Methodist University, Dallas. "The Abu Ghraib Archive."
Keynote Address to conference on "Collectiving and Collectivity."
October 20-29: four lectures in Sweden. Oct. 22: Uppsala University, "Cloning
Terror"; Oct. 23-4: Linköping University, "Image Science," and "Image Politics";
October 25: Våxjo University: Keynote Address to conference, "Imagining
Media": "Intermediality and Intermodality: Architecture, Sculpture, and the Digital
November 2: panelist at Philosopher's Symposium on Climate Change, Franke
Institute for the Humanities, University of Chicago.
January 17-18: Montreal, Canada. Concordia University, Inaugural
Lecture for the Centre for Interdisciplinary Studies in Society and Culture:
"Cloning Terror". Contact: Maurice Charland [Maurice.Charland@concordia.ca]
January 24-25: University of Toronto. "Cloning Terror": Keynote address
to symposium on "War, Terror, and Visual Culture." Contact: John Ricco
February 28: Bowling Green State University, Ohio. Provost Lecture
for the Institute for the Study of Culture and Society, plenary address to
conference, "Beholding Violence: Representation in Medieval and Renaissance
Culture." Contact: Allie Terry [email@example.com].
March 1-3: Karlsruhe, Germany. Zentrum für Kultur und Medien (ZKM).
Lecture/performance for meta-symposium, "Our Literal Speed."
Contact: Antonia Marten [firstname.lastname@example.org].
March 16-17: Ramat Gan, Israel. Fifth Annual International Shenkar
Conference: Contested Landscape. Keynote Address: "Landscape and
Conflict." Contact: Larry Abramson [Larry@012.net.il].
March 27-8: University of Illinois. Annual conference of the Illinois Program
for Research in the Humanities. Keynote address: "Cloning Terror: The
War of Images 9-11 to the Present." Contact: Christine Catanzarite
April 10: University of Tennesse, Knoxville. Contemporary Arts and Society
lecture, "Cloning Terror." Contact: Alexis Boylan [email@example.com].
April 23: Columbia University, NYC. Colloquium on "Image Theory" with
Jacques Ranciere. Contact: Akeel Bilgrami [firstname.lastname@example.org].
June 9-July 30: Leverhulme Distinguished Professor, University of
Nottingham School of Geography. Contact: Stephen Daniels
June 12-13: University of Sussex. Title To Be Announced. Inaugural Lecture
for the Centre for Visual Fields. Contact: Lindsay Smith [email@example.com].
June 18-22: University of California, Riverside: Raymond Schwager Keynote
Speaker for conference on "Catastrophe and Conversion: Political Thinking for
the New Millennium," with René Girard and Gianni Vattimo. Contact: Robert
August 27: "The Future of the Image," Sao Paolo, Brazil. International Symposium
"Crisis of Image or Crisis of Theories," Goethe-Institute Sao Paolo. Contact: Jens
October 2: Reno, Nevada. Nevada Museum of Art. Conference on Nevada landscape
and environment. Contact: William Fox [firstname.lastname@example.org].
October 25-6: "World Pictures: Globalization and Visual Culture," University of
Amsterdam conference, "Theatrum Mundi, the Theater of the World." Contact: Cristel
October 28: "The Future of the Image," as part of the series, "Now Is the Time: Art and
Theory in the 21st Century." Stedjelik Museum, Amsterdam. Contact Margriet
October 29: Budapest, Hungary. Celebration of release of Hungarian translation of
collected writings at The Budapest Museum of Literature. contact: Gyorgy Szonyi
October 30: London: Barbican Centre. Discussion of Peter Morris's play, "Guardians"
with director Ben Woolf. Contact: Helen O'Gorman [email@example.com].
October 31: London: Keynote Address: Research into Practice Conference, 2008.
contact: Daniela Büchler [firstname.lastname@example.org].
November 13: University of Massachusetts, Amherst and the Five Colleges. "The
Future of the Image" contact: Tanya Fernando [email@example.com].
December 5: University of Chicago, conference on the Politics of Landscape.
December 10: Harvard lecture (TBA).
December 28: San Francisco, Modern Language Convention. "A
Singular Post-Modernity? The Logic of Between-ness in Contemporary Arts." Special
Session organized by ASAP (Association for the Study of Arts of the Present). Contact:
Amy Elias [firstname.lastname@example.org]. Cancelled
February 12: Oberlin College: public lecture and seminar.
Contact: Thomas van Nortwick, Department of Classics:
February 17: Art Center of Los Angeles, Pasadena. Lecture on "The Future of
the Image". Contact Jeremy Gilbert-Rolfe: [JGilbertro@aol.com].
February 20: Getty Research Center, Los Angeles. "Art X Environment:
Reflections on Extreme Landscapes" for Clark-Getty Workshop on Art and the
Environment. Contact: Mark Ledbury: [email@example.com].
March 1: Washington University, St. Louis. "The Future of the Image." Contact:
Angela Miller: [firstname.lastname@example.org].
March 18-20: McGill University, Montreal. The Spector Lecture. "The Future of
the Image." Contact: Tabitha Sparks: [email@example.com].
April 1-3: Pacific Northwest College of the Arts, Portland, Oregon. "The Future
of the Image." Contact: Anne-Marie Oliver.
April 6: University of Washington, Seattle. Lecture TBA. Contact:
April 7: University of Seattle: Lecture TBA: Contact: Kenneth Allan
April 14 (tentative): Federal University of Ceara, Brazil
May 1: University of Chicago: opening talk for "Our Literal Speed," conference linking
ZKM (Karlsruhe), the Getty (Los Angeles), and University of Chicago.
Contact: Matthew Jackson:
June 8-10 (tentative) University of Glasgow
August 28: University of Basel, Basel, Switzerland. Conference on "Images of
Illegalized Immigration." Contact: Francesca Falk: [Francesca.Falk@unibas.ch]
August 29th: Iconisches Seminar, University of Basel
September 11 (tentative) University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia.
Contact: Jill Bennett: [firstname.lastname@example.org]
January 14: Freie Universiteit, Berlin. "Migration, Law, and the
Image," keynote for conference on art and activism.
February 19: University of Rome, Conference: "Fiat Imago, Pereat Mundus."
"Idolatry: Nietzsche, Blake, Poussin." (cancelled)
February 25: Keynote address to Duke University's annual Graduate Student
Art History conference.
March 5: "World Pictures: Globalization and Visual Culture," Keynote Address to
annual Comparative Literature Symposium at Long Beach State University.
March 18-19: University of California, Berkeley. Lecture and Seminar for Critical
Theory Program and Art History.
March 29-April 2: Patten Lectures at Indiana University
April 20-22: Harvard University, W. E. B. Du Bois Lectures. "Teachable Moments: Race,
Media, and Visual Culture." Lecture 1: "The Moment of Theory"; Lecture 2:
"The Moment of Blackness"; Lecture 3: "The Semitic Moment."
May 1: Clark Institute for Art History. Conference on Photography and Memory.
May 27: London: Keynote Address to International Conference on Visual Culture.
June 1-2: Dublin, Trinity College: Keynote Address to Conference on Art and the
June 4-5: Belfast, Keynote Address to conference on Word and Image.
June 7-8: University of Glasgow: Distinguished Lecturer in the Humanities.
July 14-28: Australia. Lectures at the National Humanities Center, Canberra; The
National Gallery of Art in Melbourne, and the Power Institute in Sydney.
September 17: University of Virginia. Jefferson Lecture.
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