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“Decolonizing the Exhibition” presents four perspectives on indigenous visual culture in the museum space (11/29)

Salish artist Jaune Quick-to-See Smith, Vassar Prof. Native American Studies Molly McGlennen, art collector and donor Edward J. Guarino, and a Vassar student taking the course “Decolonizing the Exhibition” will take part in a panel discussion focusing on the ways contemporary Indigenous art has historically been understood, collected, and displayed.

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Kathryn Lofton of Yale University will be discussing, “The Present Life of Blasphemy: Kanye West in American Popular Culture,” as part of the Annual Frederic C. Wood Lecture

Kathryn Lofton, professor of American Studies, Religious Studies, History and Divinity at Yale University, as part of the Annual Frederic C. Wood Lecture, will be discussing “The Present Life of Blasphemy: Kanye West in American Popular Culture.” The lecture, sponsored by the Department of Religion and co-sponsored by the departments of Media Studies, American Studies and Women’s Studies, will take place in Vassar College’s Taylor Hall.

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