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2017 Faculty Speaker Event - Paul Fisher, American Studies

2017 Faculty Speaker Event
The "Barbarous Barbaro":
Art, Travel, and Exoticism in Isabella Stewart Gardner's Museum

Featuring Paul Fisher, Associate Professor of 

American Studies at Wellesley College

Isabella Stewart Gardner has been described as “Boston's pre-cinema star,” but her career achievements are in fact more substantial and more feminist than many people know.  Her transgressive outlook and adventurous travels strongly influenced her greatest achievement, the building of the Gardner Museum and the installation of her art collection there.  At Fenway Court, Isabella Stewart Gardner translated her liberating world travels into one of the world's most unusual and compelling museums.

Sunday, April 23, 2017 at 4:00 p.m. 

-Check-in and refreshments at 4:00 p.m. (wine & hors d'oeuvres provided)

-Lecture & discussion from 4:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Columbus School for Girls - Mansion Living Room (56 S. Columbia Ave.)

R.S.V.P. to Amye Sukapdjo '91 at 
or call (614) 588-3215 by Friday, April 21

$15 for alumnae members (discount will apply to same-day membership renewals); $25 for guests

Payable at the door or send checks (payable to Columbus Wellesley Club) to 187 W. Riverglen Dr., Worthington, OH 43085

Thank you for supporting the Columbus Wellesley Club!

Every woman can—and should—make a meaningful contribution to her world. There is a growing recognition that women's empowerment and leadership are crucial to their own advancement, and to worldwide societal change. Wellesley and its alumnae have supported and championed women's intellectual and social development and autonomy for over 100 years.
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