Date: Sun, February 24, 2019
Reynolda House Museum of American ArtCOST:
Free with Museum admission
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Citizen Lane is an innovative mix of documentary and drama that delivers a vivid and compelling portrait of Hugh Lane, one of Europe’s most prolific collectors of modern art. The film follows the long-running campaign to recover thirty-nine great Impressionist paintings, including Monet, Renoir, and Manet, unwittingly left to the National Gallery London. Several historians help tell the story, including Morna O’Neill, an associate professor of art at Wake Forest University. O’Neill is author of the new book Hugh Lane: The Art Market and the Art Museum, 1893–1915. She will introduce the film and host a post-screening Q&A.
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Zara Anishanslin will be visiting campus on February 21 to talk about her new work on the domestication of American revolutionary material culture in the early republic. She is trained as an historian and art historian, and wrote a well received book on eighteenth-century silk production and portraiture in the British Atlantic. https://yalebooks.yale.edu/book/9780300197051/portrait-woman-silk.
Her talk is scheduled for 7PM that evening.
The program was designed for working professionals in cultural resource management as well as students interested in entering and advancing in the CRM field. We hope you might share details on the program with the archaeological community at Wake Forest, and current/future students intending to pursue a career in CRM.
The CHRM graduate program at UMD offers two degree options through an online distance learning platform:
- Master of Professional Studies (36 credits)
- Graduate Certificate (18 credits)
The Department of Anthropology at UMD is one of the oldest applied anthropology programs in the United States. Our graduate programs reflect the department’s interest and expertise in applied anthropology in a variety of institutional and community settings, including the application of anthropological knowledge and practice within cultural resource management.
UNC Greensboro offers Ph.D. and M.A. degrees in History as well as a Master’s Degree Concentration in Museum Studies. Our graduates have a high rate of finding employment in both university and public history positions. We provide funding to most of our graduate students in the form of Teaching Assistantships, Graduate Assistantships, Fellowships, and full Tuition Waivers.
For more information on our programs visit our website.
UNC Greensboro History Programs pdf