The Division of Art History is pleased to host Kenneth Haltman, who is the H. Russell Pitman Professor of Art History at The University of Oklahoma. This event is one of the Allan and Mary Kollar Lectures on American Art and Artists.
Haltman’s lecture, titled “Figures of Predatory Looking: Managing Death (and Thinking About Art) in Antebellum America,” draws from topics covered in his forthcoming book, Artists and Hunters: Figures of Predatory Looking in Nineteenth-Century American Art.
Please note: This event is free and open to all, but we are asking people to RSVP using the Register button at this page. Seating priority will be given to those who RSVP.
A reception in Space 120 of the Art Building will follow the lecture.