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Visualizing slavery & British culture in the eighteenth century, 2014
Visualizing slavery & British culture in the eighteenth century [videorecording].
- Additional Title(s):
Visualizing slavery and British culture in the eighteenth century
- New Haven : Yale Center for British Art, 2014.
- Physical Description:
- 6 videodiscs (DVD) (642 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
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- Full Orbis Record:
Recording of a two day international conference, November 7-8, 2014 coinciding with the Center's exhibition Figures of empire : slavery and portraiture in eighteenth-century Atlantic Britain. The conference will help place the works in the exhibition in a historical context and explore the impact of slavery on British art and culture.
- Subject Terms:
- Black people in art.Portraits -- England -- 18th century.Slavery in art.
- Disc  Welcome and introductory panel. Moderator, David W. Blight with panelists: Agnes Lugo-Ortiz, Steven Pincus, Geoff Quilley, Cyra Levinson.--Disc  Lived lives in Britain. Moderator: David W. Blight. with panelists: Nicole Aljoe, Joseph Roach, Edward Regemer.--Disc  Material traces/Material culture. Moderator: Gillian Forrester with panelists Catherine A. Molineaux, James Walvin, Chi-Ming Yang.--Disc  Slavery and the archice. Moderator: David W. Blight with panelists Nicholas Draper, Saidiya Hartman, Roxann Wheeler.--Disc  Slavery and public display. Moderator: Cyra Levinson with panelists Ken Gonzales-Day, Wayne Modest, Richard Rabinowitz.--Disc  Concluding roundtable: New directions in the field. Moderator David W. Blight with panelists Timothy Barringer, Sandra Jackson-Dumont, Nell Irvin Painter.