Schlüsselkonzepte der Geistes- und Sozialwissenschaften


Freitag, 07.05.2021, 14:15 Uhr

Prof. Dr. Seth Estrin, Art History/Archaeology, University of Chicago

Öffentlicher Vortrag im Rahmen der Reihe Interdisziplinäre Vorlesungen und Kolloquien zu Schlüsselkonzepten der Geistes- und Sozialwissenschaften des Doktoratsprogramms Interdisciplinary Cultural Studies

Veranstaltende: Interdisciplinary Cultural Studies | Graduate School of the Arts and Humanities | Walter Benjamin Kolleg
Redner, Rednerin: Prof. Dr. Seth Estrin, Art History/Archaeology, University of Chicago
Datum: 07.05.2021
Uhrzeit: 14:15 - 20:00 Uhr
Ort: Online-Seminar
Lerchenweg 36
3012 Bern
Merkmale: Öffentlich


Mai 7, 2021, 2.15 – 3.45 pm, online via Zoom 


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Prof. Dr. Beate Fricke (Chair of Pre-Modern Art History, Universität Bern)


1.5 (Pflichtbereich ICS / Wahlpflichtbereich GS, SLS und SINTA / Modul I GSA)




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About Seth Estrin

Seth Estrin is Assistant Professor of Art History at the University of Chicago, where he specializes in the art, archaeology, and visual cultures of ancient Greece. With research interests ranging from Minoan wall painting to inscribed epigram, his work crosses traditional boundaries between art historical and classical scholarship, and engages closely with ancient as well as contemporary theoretical discourses of representation and visual experience. His primary specialization is in Greek sculpture, and much of his work is focused on recovering the kinds of experiences — sensorial, cognitive, emotional — generated through interactions with sculpture in antiquity. He is currently working on a book on Classical Attic funerary monuments entitled Bodies Made Marble: Death, Grief, and Sculpture in Classical Athens.