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Audio Lecture: Reading: Poetry—Always a Home
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Poet Marilyn Nelson, professor emerita at the University of Connecticut, reads and discusses her recent work. Nelson has authored 12 books for adults as well as young people, and has been nominated...
Audio Lecture: Reading: Poetry—Always a Home
Audio Lecture: Second Thoughts on The Da Vinci Code
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Dan Brown's novel The Da Vinci Code has transcended its original role as a popular thriller become a cultural talking point. Curator Bruce Boucher considers Brown's novel not only in terms...
Audio Lecture: Second Thoughts on The Da Vinci Code
Audio Lecture: Mario Ybarra, Jr.
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Mario Ybarra, Jr. is a visual and performance artist, educator, and activist. Hear him discuss his Focus exhibition Take Me Out...No Man Is an Island.
Audio Lecture: Mario Ybarra, Jr.
Audio Lecture: Sufis, Shi'ites, and Shahs: The Great Shrines of Iran, 1500-1650
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Sheila Canby, curator of Islamic Art at the British Museum, discusses landmark structures built for the Shia Safavid dynasty.
Audio Lecture: Sufis, Shi'ites, and Shahs: The Great Shrines of Iran, 1500-1650
Audio Lecture: The Checkered History of the Farnsworth House
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Noted art historian and Mies van der Rohe biographer Franz Schulze offers rare insights into this architectural gem, discussing the key people and dramatic events that have shaped its history.
Audio Lecture: The Checkered History of the Farnsworth House
Audio Lecture: Transforming Reality: The Artistic Vision of Winslow Homer and Edward Hopper
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Franklin Kelly is the senior curator of American and British paining at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. Hear Kelly provide the keynote lecture on opening night of the exhibitions...
Audio Lecture: Transforming Reality: The Artistic Vision of Winslow Homer and Edward Hopper
Audio Lecture: Harry Callahan Exhibition
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One of the most important photographers of the 20th century, Harry Callahan holds particular significance for Chicago, where he made some of his most influential work.
Audio Lecture: Harry Callahan Exhibition
Audio Lecture: Martina Nehrling Connects with Vuillard
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Martina Nehrling makes colorful paintings that pulse with an interior rhythm. She says, "When I paint I am sounding out elements of my everyday life, and I am captivated by the richly textured...
Audio Lecture: Martina Nehrling Connects with Vuillard
Audio Lecture: Mel Bochner Symposium, Panel I: Language (Jeffrey Thompson)
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Bringing together leading international thinkers on Bochner's work, this one-day academic symposium addresses Bochner's ideas about the complex and occasionally contradictory interactions between...
Audio Lecture: Mel Bochner Symposium, Panel I: Language (Jeffrey Thompson)
Audio Lecture: Sibling Rivalries and Global Monotheisms—Judaism, Christianity, Islam
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David Nirenberg, professor of medieval history and social thought at the University of Chicago, discusses the historical interactions and tensions among the three major monotheistic religions.
Audio Lecture: Sibling Rivalries and Global Monotheisms—Judaism, Christianity, Islam
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