How We Learn From Images: A Panel

The Visual Culture Workshop presents
a panel discussion

How We Learn from Images

Wednesday, April 13th, from 1:30-3 p.m.
3222 Angell Hall

What opportunities and challenges are opened by the use of visual images
and resources in interdisciplinary scholarship? How do visual materials
suggest new pedagogies or innovative ways of teaching historical contexts
and issues? How do scholars looking beyond traditional visual disciplines
engage with visual materials and forms?

Our informal panel will feature:

Maya Barzilai
(Assistant Professor of Near Eastern Studies and Judaic Studies),

Giorgio Bertellini
(Associate Professor of Screen Arts & Cultures and Romance Language),

Amy Carroll
(Assistant Professor of American Culture and English)
Victor Mendoza
(Assistant Professor of Women’s Studies and English).

Refreshments will be served.
For further information, contact

Don’t miss this opportunity to join us for lively discussion and exchange!

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