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VIRTUAL EVENT: Field Report: Boston Athenæum Fellow Michael Feinberg

Monday, October 26, 2020 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Free and open to the public

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Virtual Event: Field Report: Boston Athenæum Fellow Michael Feinberg

Please join 2020-2021 Mary Catherine Mooney Fellow Michael Feinberg who will discuss his research at the Boston Athenæum in support of his dissertation, "Caribbean Landscapes, Colonial Landscaping, and Agencies beyond the Human in British Print Culture surrounding the Haitian Revolution.” 

Michael Feinberg is a current PhD candidate in art history at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. His dissertation, "Caribbean Landscapes, Colonial Landscaping, and Agencies beyond the Human in British Print Culture surrounding the Haitian Revolution” attends to the role of landscape in illustrated books printed in Britain during the years leading up to and immediately following what has retrospectively been termed the Haitian Revolution. Michael is also currently finishing an article project on the performative potential of Anne-Louis Girodet’s mythological paintings.  He holds a B.A. (2015) from Sarah Lawrence College in addition to a M.A. (2018) in Art History and a certificate (2018) in Environmental Studies from the University of Wisconsin, Madison.

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