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Tuesday, Feb 06, 2018

Binding Wounds: Pushing Boundaries - A traveling exhibition-National Library of Medicine

African Americans in Civil War Medicine - Dates Jan.18-Feb.16 (10am-5pm, M-F)

  • Exhibit
  • Feb 6
  • 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Jones Hall
  • Room 201
  • uptown campus

Sponsor: Rudolph Matas Library of the Health Sciences
Event Contact: Mary Jean Holt | (504)988-5155 | maryholt@tulane.edu
Tickets: Not required

An exhibition on the African Americans that served in the Civil War as surgeons and nurses along with a local Tulane exhibition that looks at the expectations and activism of the New Orleans' black population through the lens of Civil War era newspapers.

Clay in Place

Highlights from the Collection

  • Exhibit
  • Feb 6
  • 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Woldenberg Art Center
  • Newcomb Art Museum
  • uptown campus

Sponsor: Newcomb Art Museum
Event Contact: Miriam Taylor | 5043142406 | mtaylor11@tulane.edu

Clay in Transit

Contemporary Mexican Ceramics

  • Exhibit
  • Feb 6
  • 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Woldenberg Art Center
  • Newcomb Art Museum
  • uptown campus

Sponsor: Newcomb Art Museum
Event Contact: Miriam Taylor | 5043142406 | mtaylor11@tulane.edu

Newcomb Art Museum presents "Clay In Transit: Contemporary Mexican Ceramics."

Middle East Peace Informational Meeting

Summer Program on the Arab-Israeli Conflict and Prospects for Peace

  • Academic Calendar
  • Feb 6
  • 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
  • Lavin-Bernick Center (LBC)
  • Room 203
  • uptown campus
  • LBC-203 Stibbs Confrence Room

Sponsor: School of Liberal Arts
Event Contact: Kendre Paige | 504-314-7119 | kpaige@tulane.edu
Tickets: Not required

The entire program is FREE for the 15 students selected!

Printed Tricks and Itchy Pictures

Vexed Viewing in the 16th century

  • Speaker
  • Professor Stephanie Leitch (Dept. of Art History, Florida State University)
  • Feb 6
  • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Woldenberg Art Center
  • Room 201
  • uptown campus
  • Stone Auditorium

Sponsor: Germanic and Slavic Studies Department
Event Contact: Elio Brancaforte | 504-865-5276 | ebranca@tulane.edu
Tickets: Not required

Prof. Leitch will discuss printed trick images, or Vexierbilder, from the 16th century and their connection with the subject matter of portraiture and cosmography.

Printed Tricks and Itchy Pictures

Vexed Viewing in the 16th century

  • Speaker
  • Professor Stephanie Leitch (Dept. of Art History, Florida State University)
  • Feb 6
  • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Woldenberg Art Center
  • Room 201
  • uptown campus
  • Stone Auditorium

Sponsor: Germanic and Slavic Studies Department
Event Contact: Elio Brancaforte | 504-865-5276 | ebranca@tulane.edu
Tickets: Not required

Prof. Stephanie Leitch will discuss the development of printed trick images, or Vexierbilder, and their connection with the subject matter of portraiture and cosmography.


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