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Friday, November 19
 
10:30AM-12:00PM
Registration at the Peabody Essex Museum (Lobby)
 
Museum open for viewing
12:00PM-12:30PM
Welcome
Lynda Hartigan, Chief Curator, Peabody Essex Museum
Patricia Johnston, Professor of Art History, Salem State University
12:30PM-1:45PM
Visual Arts & Global Trade from the Colonial to the Federal
Caroline Frank: The Art of Tea, Revolution, and an American East Indies Trade
Mary Malloy: Sailor Collections: Souvenirs of an Expanding World
1:45PM-2:00PM
Break
2:00PM-4:00PM

Orientalism by Transmission: From Europe to America
Donald Friary, chairperson

Barbara Groseclose: Turquerie: Material Culture and Cultural Material in Early American Art History
Susan Branson: Egyptomania: American Fashion and Architecture in Transatlantic Context, 1798-1848
Elizabeth Hutchinson: Osceola's Calicoes

4:00PM-4:15PM

Orientation and Introduction to Salem
Kristin Esterberg, Provost & Vice President of Academic Affairs, Salem State University
Emily Murphy, National Park Service

4:15PM-5:15PM
Architectural Tour of Salem: Salem Trolley
5:15PM-7:00PM
Reception and Exhibition at the Salem Athenaeum
   
Saturday, November 20
8:00AM-8:30AM
Registration and coffee at the Hawthorne Hotel
8:30AM
Welcome
Jude Nixon, Dean of the School of Arts and Sciences, Salem State University
8:30AM-11:00AM

"To the Furthest Points of the Rich East": India and the Philippines
chairperson Susan Bean

JoAnn Mancini: The Insurgency Strikes Back
Florina H. Capistrano-Baker: The Manila-Salem Trade
Jonathan Eacott: Trading Empires: India and Britain in the Aesthetics of Early American Political Economy
Ewa Borkowska: Nation in the Making vs. Nation of Experience—Comparing Asian Influences in American and Polish Artworks "Painted with Thread"

11:00AM-11:30AM
Break
11:30AM-12:30PM
Lunch
12:00PM-12:30PM
Keynote Speaker
David Jaffee: West from New England: Geographic Information and Asia in the Early Republic
12:30PM
Break and walk to Peabody Essex Museum
1:30PM-4:00PM

From Chinoiserie to China
Jessica Lanier, chairperson

Bruce MacLaren: To Bring China to America—van Braam's Albums of China, 1790-1795
Karina Corrigan: Chinese Export Silks in Colonial and Federal North America
Winnie Wong: The Great Painting Factory: Consuming Painting Production in the Canton Trade
Nancy Davis: Taking to the Stage: Selling Chinese Goods in Early 19th Century America

4:00PM-4:30PM Break
4:30PM-5:00PM Summary Keynote Speaker
Alan Wallach: American Exceptionalism, American Imperialism, and the History of American Art from the Early 19th to the Early 21st Century
5:00PM-5:45PM Closing Round Table Discussion
Patricia Johnston, Donald Friary, Jessica Lanier, Susan Bean,
David Jaffee, Alan Wallach
6:30PM-8:00PM Reception Dinner: Passage to India

 

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Hosted by Salem State University, in partnership with the Salem Athenaeum, the National Park Service, and the Peabody Essex Museum
 

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