2024 Creighton Lecture - The Value of an Unflinching Gaze: Portraiture, Enslavement, and the process of Locating Black Women in the 16th c Mediterranean

When and Where

Wednesday, March 06, 2024 3:00 pm to 6:30 pm
Room 1190, Bahen Centre Reception
Bahen Centre Reception


Jennifer L. Morgan, Professor Department of Social and Cultural Analysis and Department of History, New York University


In this talk, Jennifer L. Morgan shares her efforts to understand the woman painted holding a clock in Bologna in 1585.  The talk engages both with scholarship on Art History, the Early Modern Black Atlantic world, and the provocation of critical fabulation. 

Lecture 3PM, room 1190, Bahen Centre

Reception 5:30PM, Main Lounge, Faculty Club 

Please register by February 28 at https://forms.office.com/pages/responsepage.aspx?id=JsKqeAMvTUuQN7RtVsVS...


Contact Information

Allison Andres


Department of History