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Panel Discussion: Honoring Contributions, Recognizing Complexities

The question of whether to separate an artist’s contributions from the artist’s personal actions is nothing new. Caravaggio was an influential Baroque painter whose techniques have been said to change Western art, but he was violent and a murderer. Wagner was a composer who was known for expanding and bringing innovation to opera but was a noted anti-Semite and racist. Picasso, Hitchcock, Rowling…the list goes on. Can – and should – the artist be separated from the art? This panel discussion will provide a context for recognizing and honoring artists’ achievements while grappling with the complexities of their personal actions. 

Panelists: 

Dr. Nicole Carter, Director, Wright State Women’s Center; Affiliate Faculty, WGS & AFS; Co-Coordinator, Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies 

Dr. Sharon Lynette Jones, Professor of English 

Dr. Donovan Miyasaki, Associate Professor of Philosophy 

 

Date:
Thursday, January 27, 2022
Time:
12:00pm - 1:00pm
Location:
Room 441
Campus:
Dunbar Library

Registration is required. There are 25 in-person seats available. There are 49 online seats available.

Event Organizer

Mandy Shannon

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