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Rewald Seminars

Rewald Seminars take place every two weeks, and offer an opportunity for faculty and students to hear cutting-edge research in progress by scholars from inside and outside CUNY.

Spring 2014:

Lev Manovich (February 11)
Wen-Shing Chou (March 11)
Tavia Nyong'o (March 25)
Brigid Doherty (April 1)
Howard Singerman (April 8)
Briony Fer (May 6)

Past speakers have included:

Fall 2013:

Thierry De Duve, Institute of Fine Arts, NYU
Irene Smalls, Art History, Princeton University
Alex Galloway, Media, Culture & Communication, NYU
John Harwood, Art & Architecture, Oberlin College
Michelle Lim, Mellon Post-Doc, Art History, CUNY Graduate Center
Noam Elcott, Art History, Columbia University
Molly Aitken, Art History, CUNY City College

Spring 2013:

Siona Wilson, CUNY Staten Island
Claudia Calirman, CUNY John Jay
Judith Rodenbeck, Sarah Lawrence College
Andre Dombrowski, University of Pennsylvania
Devin Fore, Princeton University
Andrew Hemingway, University College London
Judy Sund, CUNY Queens
Michelle Kuo, Artforum

Fall 2012:

Ramon Tio Bellido, Universite de Rennes 2
Ashli White, University of Miami
Mignon Nixon, Courtauld Institute
Emily Braun, CUNY Hunter
Christina Kiaer, Northwestern University
Christoph Cox, Hampshire College

Fall 2011:

Mary Ann Caws, CUNY Graduate Center
Amanda Wunter, CUNY Lehman
Andrew Uroskie, SUNY Stonybrook
Margarete Pratschke, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich
Roger Benjamin, Sydney University
Harper Montgomery, CUNY Hunter
Alexander Nagel, NYU Institute of Fine Arts

Spring 2011:

Saul Anton, New School
David Grubbs, CUNY Brooklyn
Molly Nesbitt, Vassar College
Greg Williams, Boston University
Chris Atkins, CUNY Queens

Fall 2010:

Anthony Vidler, Cooper Union
Susan Buck-Morss, CUNY Graduate Center
Marla Stone, Occidental College
Luis Camnitzer, artist
Winnie Wong, Harvard University

Spring 2010:

Rosalyn Deutsche, Barnard College
Klara Kemp-Welch, Courtauld Institute
Michael Lobel, SUNY Purchase
Anna Dezeuze, University of Manchester
David Jaffee, Bard College
Geoffrey Batchen, CUNY Graduate Center
Spyros Papapetros, Princeton University