Workshop Talk: Reports From O'Donnell Institute Graduate Fellows - Aditi Samarth on Hindu Cremation Rituals and Fatemeh Tashakori on Reverse Orientalism in Persian Art

(L) Ceiling painting with European women, oil on wood, private house, Shiraz, Iran, late 19th century. (R) Funeral Procession Museum; record 2007, 3005.2; The British Museum, London.

Tuesday, January 30, 2018, 4:00 p.m.
Venue: The O’Donnell Institute Research Center in the Dallas Museum of Art
Admission: Free
Season: 2017-18

The Edith O’Donnell Institute of Art History is pleased to present a conversation with UT Dallas Graduate Fellows, Aditi Samarth, The Survival of Hindu Cremation Myths and Rituals in 21st-Century Practice: Three Contemporary Case Studies and Fatemeh Tashakori, Reverse Orientalism: The Westerner as the Eroticized Other in Persian Arts since the 17th Century.

Open to O’Donnell Institute/UT Dallas/DMA affiliates and other Dallas-Fort Worth art historians.

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