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The Afterlife of Sculptures | Affective Responses and/vs. Historical Knowledge

May 1, 2018

 

Session 3: Affective Responses and/vs. Historical Knowledge

 

Moderated by Sharon Hecker (Independent)

Liz Glynn (Artist), “The Myth of Singularity: Recovering Auguste Rodin through Performative Processes”

Lisa Rafanelli (Professor, Manhattanville College), “The Afterlife of Michelangelo’s Vatican Pietà”

Mira T. Sundara Rajan (Independent), “The Doctrine of Moral Rights: Obstacle or Conduit to Authenticity?”

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May 1, 2018

 

Session 3: Affective Responses and/vs. Historical Knowledge

 

Moderated by Sharon Hecker (Independent)

Liz Glynn (Artist), “The Myth of Singularity: Recovering Auguste Rodin through Performative Processes”

Lisa Rafanelli (Professor, Manhattanville College), “The Afterlife of Michelangelo’s Vatican Pietà”

Mira T. Sundara Rajan (Independent), “The Doctrine of Moral Rights: Obstacle or Conduit to Authenticity?”