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Kenan Distinguished Lecture Series: Joseph Hartman

Mar 30
06:00pm | Crisp-Ellert Art Museum

Winslow Homer’s Bahamas Paintings: Bodies and Climates in Crisis

Joseph R Hartman is an assistant professor of art history and Latinx and Latin American studies at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. Hartman specializes in the visual culture and built environments of the greater Caribbean. He is author of Dictator’s Dreamscape: How Architecture and Vision Built Machado’s Cuba and Invented Modern Havana (University of Pittsburgh Press, 2019), and editor of the volume Imperial Islands: Art, Architecture, and Visual Experience in the US Insular Empire after 1898 (University of Hawaii Press, 2021). His research has been supported among others by the University of Missouri Research Board, the Graham Foundation, and the American Philosophical Society


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