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The annual Rosenthal Lecture honors our late colleague Angela Rosenthal, who passed away in 2010.
Lecture date: November 8, 2023
Speaker: Amber Wiley
Location: 13 Carpenter Hall
February 13, 2012
March 29, 2013
"Slave Portraiture in the Atlantic World – Reflections in its Aftermath"
University of Chicago
February 11, 2014
"Still Thinking about Olympia's Maid"
Darcy Grimaldo Grigsby
University California Berkeley
November 14, 2014
"What Do You Have to Say? On Norman Lewis and Painting Abstractly
in the 1950s and after in New York"
Associate Professor Graduate Program in Visual and
Critical Studies California College of the Arts, San Francisco
November 12, 2015
"Gainsborough's Daughters, A Pastoral"
University of California Santa Barbara
November 2, 2016
"No Laughing Matter Revisited"
Dr. David Bindman
Emeritus Profess of the History of Art at University College London
and Image of the Black Archive & Library Fellow at Harvard University
November 2, 2017
"History, Ethics, and Plans for Reconstruction in Syria"
Aga Khan, Professor and Director of the Age Khan Program
for Islamic Architecture, MIT
November 7, 2018
"Tom Lloyd and the Art of Refraction: Bringing New Art Histories to Light"
Mary Jane Crowe, Professor in Art History Northwestern University
October 11, 2021
"In the Shadow of the Negress"
BFC Presidential Associate Professor, University of Pennsylvania
November 14, 2022
"White Sight and the Strike Against White Reality"
Professor of Media, Culture, and Communication, NYU
Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development
November 8, 2023
"The City Unbeautiful: The Planned Destruction of the Black Educational
Landscape in Jim Crow Washington"
Matt and Erika Nord, Director of the Center for the Preservation of
Civil Rights Sites (CPCRS) and the Presidential Associate Professor in Historic
Preservation, University of Pennsylvania Stuart Weitzman School Design