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Exhibition Opening Reception & Visiting Scholar Lecture
Thursday, April 5, 2018
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Please join us Thursday evening, April 5
for two public events:


Museum Object Class Opening Reception: 

Regimes of Visuality:
Print Culture and Haiti in the Age of Revolution

6 pm, WJB Gallery

(Room 1085 William Johnston Building)

and
 

Visiting Scholar Elena Paulino: 

Between the New and Old Worlds:
Shaping an American Space on the Island of la Hispaniola

7 pm, WJB G40
 

The undergraduates of the Art History Museum Object class invite you to the opening of their exhibition Regimes of Visuality: Print Culture and Haiti in the Age of Revolution, on Thursday, April 5 at 6 pm in the WJB Gallery. The exhibition will feature 18th- and 19th-century prints and maps of Saint Domingue (Haiti/Hispaniola) from the collection of Edouard Duval-Carrié. The exhibition explores the uses, audiences, and meanings of print media circulating in Haiti and the Black Atlantic during the Age of Revolution, from 1774 to 1824. The exhibition will remain open through April 26, weekdays from 2 to 5 pm.

Following the opening Thursday evening, visiting scholar Dr. Elena Paulino will give a public lecture, "Between the New and Old Worlds: Shaping an American Space on the Island of la Hispaniola." Dr. Paulino is a postdoctoral fellow at the Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia, Madrid. The lecture begins at 7 pm in G40 WJB.
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