On Areítos and Open Sanctuaries in the Ancestral Antilles: Reflections on Arte del mar

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James Doyle (Penn State): "On Areítos and Open Sanctuaries in the Ancestral Antilles: Reflections on Arte del mar"

Feb 4, 2022 04:00 PM EST, via Zoom

Dr. James A. Doyle, Director of the Matson Museum of Anthropology and Associate Research Professor at the Pennsylvania State University, will present a lecture on ideas of sanctuary, ritual knowledge, and performance in the lands around the rim of the Caribbean Sea as seen in objects created by artists from the Taíno civilizations and their peers.

The lecture is free and open to the public; advanced registration is required: https://temple.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_zGYS36XsQSSIiKyZ1MLxjw

This event is sponsored by the Department of Art History, Tyler School of Art and Architecture; the Department of Spanish and Portuguese and the Center for the Humanities at Temple (CHAT), College of Liberal Arts; and the University General Activities Fund (GAF), Temple University.