History, Memory, and Legacy: Jamaica Kincaid, Rosana Paulino, and Cheryl Finley in Conversation—Art Museums and the Legacies of the Dutch Slave Trade: Curating Histories, Envisioning Futures (Part 3)
Renowned writer Jamaica Kincaid and groundbreaking visual artist Rosana Paulino will discuss their explorations of the legacies of slavery in their work. They will be joined in conversation by eminent art historian Cheryl Finley. Welcoming remarks will be given by David J. Roxburgh, Department Chair and Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Professor of Islamic Art History, Department of History of Art and Architecture, Harvard University, and introductions by Rachel Burke, Ph.D. candidate, Department of History of Art and Architecture, Harvard University.
"Art Museums and the Legacies of the Dutch Slave Trade: Curating Histories, Envisioning Futures" is presented by the Center for Netherlandish Art at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, the Harvard Art Museums, and Harvard University’s Department of History of Art and Architecture. This four-part program is organized by Sarah Mallory, Kéla Jackson, Rachel Burke, and Joanna Sheers Seidenstein. Student research informing this conference was supported by a student grant from the presidential initiative on Harvard and the Legacy of Slavery, a university-wide effort housed at the Harvard Radcliffe Institute.
This program will take place online via Zoom. Free admission, but separate registration for each part of the program is required.
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