Attending to Women, 1100-1800: Performance will take place from Friday, 30 September, until Saturday, 1 October at the Center for Renaissance Studies at the Newberry Library, Chicago.
On 1 October, our commissioning editor for Art History, Erika Gaffney will present in the following session: Plenary Roundtable 4 - Performing Pedagogy & Public Humanities, alongside Sarah Peters Kernan and Carol Symes.
Other Lund Humphries-affiliated scholars who will be presenting at the conference include:
Sheila Barker - author of the Illuminating Women Artists series volume on Artemisia Gentileschi - will be presenting Workshop 1B: “Performing Gender in the Visual Arts: Women Artists/Female Patrons, Collectors, and Viewers” alongside Sheryl E. Reiss and Emma Luisa Cahill Marrón.
Frima Fox Hofrichter - who has a forthcoming book in the Illuminating Women Artists series on Judith Leyster - will be presenting Workshop 4A: And Draw Her Home with Music: Women, Girls, Music and Musical Instruments in Domestic Space in England and the Netherlands, ca. 1500-1800, alongside Linda Austern and Deanne Williams.
Catherine Powell-Warren - who has a forthcoming book in the Illuminating Women Artists series on Maria Sibylla Merian - will be presenting Workshop 4D: Early Modern Dutch Women and the Household: Performing Art, Performing Gender, alongside Judith Noorman.