Spencer Museum of Art The University of Kansas


Jolene Rickard on global aesthetics and indigeneity
  • Jolene Rickard on global aesthetics and indigeneity
  • Lecture
  • 11/30/2011
  • 18:00-20:00
  • Spencer Museum of Art
  • Host: Spencer Museum of Art , Center for Global and International Studies and Indigenous Studies Program
Event Description
Jolene Rickard is director of Cornell University's American Indian Program and an associate professor in the Departments of History of Art and Visual Studies. She is an Art, Society for the Humanities/Global Aesthetics Fellow for 2010-2011, working on the thematic topic of global aesthetics. Rickard is a visual historian, artist, and curator interested in the issues of indigeneity within a global context. She is currently a recipient of a Ford Foundation Research Grant and is conducting research in the Americas, Europe, New Zealand, and Australia that will culminate in a new journal on indigenous aesthetics, and has a forthcoming book, Visualizing Sovereignty.