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Slaves Waiting for Sale: Visualizing the American Slave Trade (SoA Art History)
Room 133, William H. Gates Hall

The School of Art presents the 2012 Kollar Art History Lecture:

Slaves Waiting for Sale: Visualizing the American Slave Trade
Dr. Maurie McInnis, Professor of American Art, University of Virginia
William H. Gates Hall, Room 133 (map)

Maurie McInnis is a Professor of American art and Material Culture at University of
Virginia. She will be giving a lecture titled “Slaves Waiting for Sale: Visualizing the American Slave Trade.” McInnis’ book, Slaves Waiting for Sale: Abolitionist Art and the American Slave Trade, was published in December 2011 by University of Chicago Press and received the 24th Annual Eldredge Prize from the Smithsonian Institution in April 2012. This event is part of the Allan and Mary Kollar Lectures on American Art and Artists presented by the Division of Art History in the School of Art. A reception will be held in room 115 following the lecture.

Date:
Time: 7:30 PM - 8:30 PM

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