Objects as Texts: Reading the Facade of Angell Hall
How do we read our own monuments? Context for Classics presents an interdisciplinary panel of faculty from the U of M community to help answer that question as we approach the University's bicentennial. Each panelist will offer his or her unique "reading" of perhaps the most iconic and monumental "text" in the University's history: the facade of Angell Hall. The panel is comprised of the following:
Kristin Hass (American Studies)
Alexander Potts (History of Art)
Terrence McDonald (History, Director of the Bentley Historical Library) Christopher Ratté (Classical Studies, Director of the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology)
Mark Tucker (Lloyd Hall Scholars Program, Arts Director)
Andrea Zemgulys (English)
This event is co-sponsored by Contexts for Classics and Kelsey Museum of Archaeology.