This symposium celebrates the 50th anniversary of The Independent Study Program.
Friday, October 19, 2018
11 am–8 pm
Panel: (Re)constructing Histories
11 am–1 pm
Naomi Beckwith (2002–03)
Emily Jacir* (1998–99)
Tom McDonough* (1992–93)
Sadia Shirazi (2010–11)
Moderator: Kenneth White (2013–15)
Talk: Hal Foster*
Panel: Institution and Its Discontents
Huey Copeland (2002–03)
Andrea Fraser* (1983–84)
Moderator: Alex Alberro* (1993–94)
Talk: Johanna Burton* (2000–01)
Break 5:30–6 pm
Panel: Pedagogy and Critical Practice
Gregg Bordowitz* (1985–86)
Eva Diaz (1998–99)
Devin Kenny (2015–16)
Moderator: Trista Mallory (2011–12)
Saturday, October 20, 2018
Panel: Media and Its Apparatuses
Anthony Cokes (1983–84)
LaToya Ruby Frazier* (2010–11)
Ben Young (2000–01)
Moderator: Soyoung Yoon* (2006–07)
Talk: Jennifer Gonzalez* (1994–95)
Talk: Sharon Hayes* (1999–2000)
Panel: Activism and Critique
Moderator: Cassandra Guan* (2012–13)
*denotes regular seminar leaders and visiting faculty
This event has reached capacity for pre-registration. ISP alums and faculty do not need to register and can use their membership card for entry for themselves and a guest. Seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis. A limited number of standby tickets may be available at the admissions desk on a first-come, first-served basis. The standby line will open one hour prior to the program’s start time.
The symposium will be live streamed on YouTube. Viewing of the live stream will be offered in the Tom and Diane Tuft Trustee Room on Floor 8.
The 50th anniversary events are made possible by the generous support of Joanne Leonhardt Cassullo, the Dorothea L. Leonhardt Fund of the Communities Foundation of Texas, the Dorothea L. Leonhardt Foundation, and Diane and Robert Moss.
Major support for the Independent Study Program is provided by the Helena Rubinstein Foundation, Joanne Leonhardt Cassullo, the Dorothea L. Leonhardt Fund of the Communities Foundation of Texas, and the Dorothea L. Leonhardt Foundation.
Generous support is provided by Margaret Morgan and Wesley Phoa, The Capital Group Charitable Foundation, and the Whitney Contemporaries through their annual Art Party benefit.
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