Virtual Talk: Nell Irvin Painter
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In this powerful and deeply insightful program, Painter will explore issues of racial and gender identity and how they have figured into the history of America and her own artwork, which urges audiences to look at history beyond the lines of difference and stereotype.
Nell Irvin Painter is an award-winning scholar and writer. A graduate of Harvard University, Painter went on to become the Edwards Professor Emeritus of American History at Princeton University. A prolific author on the history of the American South, Painter’s latest book, The History of White People, addresses more than 2000 years of Western civilization. Also an acclaimed artist, Painter’s work appears in museums across the country, including Mia.
Presented in partnership with the Friends of the Institute. Generously supported by the Mark and Mary Goff Fiterman Fund.
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