Keynote Address for Fictions and Frictions Symposium by Hannah Feldman

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Charles and Ray Eames, Still from A Communications Primer, 1953. (Image provided.)
Charles and Ray Eames, Still from A Communications Primer, 1953. (Image provided.)

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Walid Raad, Scratching on Things I Could Disavow, Appendix X 137_106, 2018. © Walid Raad (Image provided.)
Walid Raad, Scratching on Things I Could Disavow, Appendix X 137_106, 2018. © Walid Raad (Image provided.)
Talk
Mar 1, 2019 - 5:30–7 pm
Lower Level, Auditorium (KAM 62)

Art Historian Hannah Feldman is the keynote speaker for the Graduate Student Art History Symposium Fictions and Frictions: The Politics and Power of Narrative. She will present a lecture titled, "Imaginal Publics and the Making of History: A Recommunications Primer for the Future Perfect."

This lecture is free and open to the public.

 

About Hannah Feldman

Hannah Feldman is Associate Professor of Art History and core faculty in Middle Eastern and North African Studies and in Comparative Literary Studies at Northwestern University. Feldman's research, teaching, and advising center on late modern and contemporary art and visual culture. Her first book, From a Nation Torn: Decolonizing Art and Representation in France (Duke, 2014), has been reviewed in over ten national and international publications, including Art Journal, Art Bulletin, and The American Historical Review.