Previous Burke Lectures 1999-2003
- Tuesday September 17, 2002, Reception following lecture "Rulers and Ruled: Sculpture in British India"
Prof. Barbara Groseclose, OSU
- Tuesday October 22, 2002 "Fictions: New Narratives in Contemporary Photography and Video"
Joseph D. Ketner, Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University
- "Art at the Crossroads of Early 16th Century Italy"
- ***Worshiping the Ancestors:*** Chinese Ritual and Commemorative Portraits
Jan Stuart, Associate Curator for Chinese Art, Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution
- ***The Iconography of Technique:*** Process and Meaning in the Prints of Jasper Johns
Richard Field, former Curator of Prints, Drawings and Photographs and Associate Director Yale University Art Gallery
- "The Cornaro Chapel: Passionate Piety or Papal Politics?"
William Barcham, Fashion Institute of Technology, State University of New York
Michael Zimmermann, visiting professor, Williams College
- "Constantino Brumidi: Artist of the Capitol."
Barbara Wolanin, Washington, D.C.
- "Thoughts on the Uses of the Past in Renaissance Venice."
Anne Markham Schulz, Brown University
- "Phantasmagoria of the French Revolution: the Magic Lantern as History and Metaphor."
Andrei Molotui, Indiana University
- "The President's Two Bodies: Stagings and Re-stagings of the New Deal Body Politic."
Sally Stein, University of California, Irvine
- "The Decline of the American Art Museum."
Richard Feigen, Richard Feigen and Associates, NYC
- "A Most Changeable, Interested Madman": Piranesi and Ancient Rome
Linda Hults Associate Professor at the College of Wooster and author of The Print in the Western World: An Introductory History
- "Elvis Culture: Fans, Faith and Image."
Erika Doss, University of Colorado at Boulder
- "Predicting the Past: Memory, Nationalism and the Arts in Turn of the Century Norway"
Patricia Berman, Barbara Morris Caspersen Associate Professor of Art Chair, Art Department Wellesley College
- "Art Nouveau"
Gillian Naylor, The Royal College of Art, London
- "The Altar Problem: S. Maria Maggiore in Bergamo and Baroque Church Decoration in Italy"
Giles Knox, Southern Methodist University
- "Session Munich and Vienna: A Modern Vernacular?"
Gillian Naylor, Royal College of Art
- "Surrealism's Sade: Violence and History"
Neil Cox, University of Essex
- "REFLECTIONS ON THE SATURDAY EVENING POST: Michael Ray Charles' Re-vision of Norman Rockwell"
ERIC SEGAL, University Florida at Gainesville
- "WALTER PACH AS AGENT OF MODERNISM"
LAURETTE McCARTHY, Curator of Modern Art, Swope Art Museum
- "The Sacred and the Secular in Trecento Sienna..."
Hayden McGinnis, McMaster University
- "New Discoveries from Byzantine Constantinople"
Robert Ousterhout, University of Illinois
- "Factura: Art Histories Thing"
Joseph Koerner, Harvard University
- "The Symbolist City"
Sharon Hirsch, Dickinson College
- "Posters from China's Cultural Revolution as Art and Artifact"
Craig Clunas, University of Sussex
- "Jews and Blacks in American Art"
Milly Heyd, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
- "The Gendering of Power in the Portraits of Caterina Sforza"
Joyce DeVries, University of Illinois
- "The Failure of Types: An Examination of Nazi Aesthetics in Relation to Audrey Flacks Sculptural Works"
Jen Robinson, University of Arizona
- "The Book of Urizen, Copy G: William Blake's Public Aesthetic"
Kevin Frye, University of Notre Dame
- "The Soviet Madonna: Reproducing Production"
Anastasia Rees, Brigham Young University
- "No Art, No History: Art History, Museology and the Fabrication of Modernities"
Donald Preziosi (Key Note Speaker), UCLA
- "Corporate Collecting"
Assem Mamyrbayeva, University of Arizona
- "Meat Joy: More Than Multi-Form"
Heather Murray, University of North Texas
- "Eumachia's Building in Pompeii: Civic Space for a Woman's Face"
Margaret Woodhull, University of Texas
- "Mythological Sculpture in the Late Roman World: Issues of Production, Chronology and Display"
Julie Van Voorhis, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University
- "Georgia O'Keefe, Skyscrapers and Celebrity"
Marie Clifford, Kenyon College
- "Inventing Joseph Cornell"
Stephanie Taylor, Wellesley College
- "Charles Alston's Harlem Hospital Mural and Cultural Politics in Depression Era Harlem"
Diana Linden, University of Michigan
- "The House of Augustus: A Roman Formulation of Status"
Caroline Kerrigan Quenemoen, Yale University
- "Pagans in Palestine: The Roman Marble Sculptures from the Sanctuary of Pan at Caesarea Philippi"
Elise Friedland, Rollins College
- "People Who Live in Glass Houses"
Alice Friedman, Wellesley College
- "France Pictures Russia in the 19th Century"
Lauren O'Connell, Ithaca College lecture by Fred Kleiner
- "Performance and Decorum in Italian Renaissance Religious Painting."
- "Drawing and the Creative Process;From Michelangelo to Watteau."