Herbert Kessler, Professor of the History of Art at Johns Hopkins University, will discuss his recent work, “Images Borne on a Breeze: the Function of the Flabellum of Tournus as Meaning” on Friday, September 30 from 12-1.30pm in CWAC, Room 156. **please note the different time and location from our usual workshop meetings** Kristine Larison, PhD Candidate in Art History, will respond to Professor Kessler’s paper.
The paper, to be read in advance of the workshop, is available here: Kessler-Images-Borne-on-a-Breeze. Please note that this paper is the proof of an article, and does not show final corrections. Do not quote or distribute without Professor Kessler’s permission.
This session is co-sponsored by the Medieval Studies Workshop.