Making History Visible
This fall, as part of a rich campus-wide initiative examining the ties of early University trustees, presidents, faculty, and students to the institution of slavery, the Museum is presenting a broad range of opportunities to explore the ways in which artists represent and engage with American history and wrestle with a legacy that puts Princeton not just at the center of our nation’s struggle for freedom but also at the heart of its long association with slavery.
Representing Slavery: Rereading the Visual Narrative
Artist Talk: Titus Kaphar
Making History Visible: Faculty Roundtable on Art and Visualizing the American Nation