Symposium -- Ernst Barlach: Image, Form, Text
March 28, 1:00–6:00 p.m.
In conjunction with the exhibition "Myth and Modernity: Ernst Barlach’s Images of the Nibelungen and Faust," the museum will present a symposium featuring a keynote lecture, Barlach’s Nibelungen: Rejection and Celebration of a German Icon, by Peter Paret, professor emeritus, Institute for Advanced Study.
Moderator: Walter H. Hinderer, professor of German, Princeton University
Speakers include: Michael J. Curschmann, professor of Germanic Languages and Literatures, emeritus, Princeton University; Esther da Costa Meyer, associate professor of art and archaeology, Princeton University; Dorothea Dietrich, chair of academic studies, Corcoran College of Art and Design; and Volker Probst, director, and Helga Thieme, curator, Ernst Barlach Foundation, Güstrow, Germany.
McCormick 101, Princeton University
Reception in the museum to follow
Free and open to the public. No registration is required.
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