Guide to the Getty Research Institute, Scholars Program Images and Recordings, 1985-2007

Finding aid prepared by Daniel Feser, Rebecca Fenning, Kyle Morgan, Cyndi Shein, Annie Tang, Zoe MacLeod, Simon Yu, and Tim Chang


Descriptive Summary

Title: Scholars Program images and recordings
Date (inclusive): 1985-2007
Number: IA20026
Creator/Collector: Getty Research Institute. Scholars Program
Physical Description: 58.3 linear feet (66 boxes)
Repository:
The Getty Research Institute
Institutional Records and Archives
1200 Getty Center Drive, Suite 1100
Los Angeles, California, 90049-1688
(310) 440-7390
archives@getty.edu
Abstract: The collection consists of audio recordings, video recordings, and photographs of the people and events related to the Scholars Program at the Getty Research Institute. The materials date 1985-2002, 2007 and include recordings and photographs of lectures, panel discussions, conferences, and other events hosted by the Getty Research Institute and given by Getty Scholars, staff, and invited speakers. The collection also includes portraits of the program scholars.
Request Materials: To access physical materials at the Getty, go to the library catalog record  for this collection and click "Request an Item." Click here for general library access policy . See the Administrative Information section of this finding aid for access restrictions specific to the records described below. Please note, some of the records may be stored off site; advanced notice is required for access to these materials.
Language: Collection material is in English

Administrative History

The concept of the Scholars Program originated with Harold Williams' appointment as the first President and CEO of the J. Paul Getty Trust in 1981. Harold Williams and his team of advisors made several proposals to the Board of Trustees for potential programs that would further the Getty's mission of "the diffusion of artistic and general knowledge." The establishment of an arts library had already been proposed as early as 1977 by then Museum Director Stephen Garrett, when in February 1982 Williams' chief deputy Nancy Englander outlined a proposed "Center for Advanced Study." This proposed center would include a residence program for scholars, a major expansion of the library, a limited publications program, and an art photo archive. The center would focus on the preservation of historic art history materials and the development of new art history reference tools using state-of-the-art information technology. The plan was approved and the Getty Center for the History of Art and the Humanities (GCHAH) opened in temporary quarters in the First Federal Building at 401 Wilshire Boulevard, Santa Monica, in July 1983.
Noted architectural historian Kurt Forster began work as the first director of the GCHAH in the fall of 1984. One of the original departments in the GCHAH was the Visiting Scholars and Conferences department, headed by Herb Hymans, and it was this department that inaugurated the Scholars Program in the fall of 1985. The program's first participants comprised 17 scholars and Getty fellows exploring the theme "Aesthetic Experience and Affinities Among the Arts." Since that first year, the number of scholars has fluctuated between 20 and 30, but the treatment and consideration of a specific theme has remained a constant. In addition to hosting the Scholars Program, the Visiting Scholars and Conferences department was also responsible for organizing scholarly activities, events, and conferences, a responsibility that migrated back and forth to other departments over the years.
The Visiting Scholars and Conferences department was renamed the Scholars and Seminars Program in the mid 1990s and around 2000 it was renamed again as the Department of Research and Education. The Department of Research and Education administered the Scholars Program until the department was dissolved in 2009. As of 2009 the Scholars Program reports directly to the director of the Getty Research Insitute.

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

The records described in accession 1987.IA.26, 1994.IA.02, 1995.IA.02, 1996.IA.02, 1997.IA.01, 2009.IA.41, and are available for use by qualified researchers.
While some of the audio recordings have been digitized and are online, these online recordings are only available on site at the Getty Research Institute or through Interlibrary Loan  due to the absence of agreements with participants.
The following types of records are permanently closed: records containing personal information, records that compromise security or operations, legal communications, legal work product, and records related to donors. The J. Paul Getty Trust reserves the right to restrict access to any records held by the Institutional Archives.

Restrictions on Use

Contact Library Rights and Reproductions  at the Getty Research Institute for copyright information and permission to publish.

Preferred Citation

[Cite the item and series (as appropriate)], Scholars Program images and recordings, 1987-2011, Getty Research Institute. The Getty Research Institute (IA20026).

Acquisition Information

The records in this finding aid originated from the following accessions: 1987.IA.26, 1994.IA.02, 1995.IA.02, 1996.IA.02, 1997.IA.01, 2006.IA.24, and 2009.IA.41.

Processing History

Initial physical processing and inventory of 1996.IA.02 performed by intern Daniel Feser. Project completed by Associate Collections Cataloger Rebecca Fenning, November 2006.
Additional processing and inventory of 1995.IA.02 performed and completed by Kyle Morgan, November 2008.
Additional processing and inventory of 2006.IA.24 performed and completed by Kyle Morgan, May 2010.
In 2010 and 2011 Cyndi Shein and Annie Tang edited and reformatted digital versions of the audio recordings, restructured Series II, and enhanced the descriptive and administrative metadata related to the audio recordings. In 2011 Zoe MacLeod edited and reformatted some of the audio recordings.
In 2011 and 2012 Tim Chang edited and reformatted digital versions of the audio recordings and enhanced the descriptive metadata.
From 2011 to 2013 Simon Yu and Cyndi Shein reformatted digital versions of the audio recordings, enhanced the descriptive metadata, and created administrative and technical metadata related to the audio recordings.

Technical Requirements

Use copies do not exist for all audio or video recordings in this collection. The production of use copies is required before access can be granted and may add a delay to research requests. Special handling and gloves are required for the handling of contact prints and negatives.

Related Archival Materials note

The following materials are offered as possible sources of further information on the people and subjects covered by the records. The listing is not exhaustive.
Contributing Institution: Getty Institutional Archives
Getty Villa Event Recordings, J. Paul Getty Museum. The Getty Research Institute (IA20035)
Public Event recordings, Getty Research Institute. The Getty Research Institute (IA40002)

Separated Materials

Restricted materials have been removed from this collection and returned to the department that created them.

Scope and Content of Collection

The collection comprises audio recordings, video recordings, and photographs of the people and events related to the Getty Research Institute Scholars Program and its predecessors, 1985-2002, 2007.
The audiovisual recordings primarily comprise audiocassette and compact disc recordings of lectures, panel discussions, conferences, and other events hosted by the Getty Research Institute and given by Getty Scholars, staff, and invited speakers, 1987-2001. The lectures and events hosted by the Scholars Program tend to focus on the given theme for that particular scholar year. Other symposia and conferences represented in this collection cover varies topics, and, although held at a Getty facility and attended by Getty Scholars, may not have been hosted by the Scholars Program. Also included are video tapes of a symposium on Florentine patronage (1986-1987) and a viewing schedule covering the research theme of the Getty Scholars Program for the 1986/1987 year: "Seventeenth Century Dutch Art and Society/Patronage."
The images principally comprise portraits of scholars from 1985 to 2007, comprising contact sheets, negatives, and oversize photograph prints (8"x10" and 11"x14"). The photographs were primarily used to select official scholar portraits, but they also document to a lesser extent the outings, events, and lectures that Getty Scholars attended.

Arrangement

The materials are arranged into three series:
Series I. Audio recordings, 1987-2002;
Series II. Video recordings, 1986-1987;
Series III. Photographs, 1985-2007.

Indexing Terms

Subjects - Topics

Art historians--Research
Congresses and conventions
Learning and scholarship

Genres and Forms of Material

Audiocassettes
Contact sheets
Lectures
Negatives (photographic)
Sound recordings
Video recordings
Videocassettes

Contributors

Getty Center for the History of Art and the Humanities. Scholars and Conferences Department
Getty Center for the History of Art and the Humanities. Scholars and Seminars Program
Getty Research Institute. Department of Research and Education
Getty Research Institute. Scholars and Seminars Program

To request an item:

Please note that scholar event recordings created from Scholar Year 2001/2002 through the present are not listed in this inventory. Lists of recordings from 2001/2002 and following are part of broader collections and are available through the following inventories:
The Getty Research Institute Public Event Recordings  (for events related to modern and contemporary topics that were held at the GRI);
The Getty Villa Event Recordings  (for events related to ancient cultures and antiquities that were held at the Getty Villa).
Most of the public Getty Scholar recordings from 2001/2002 forward have also been described individually. For additional information on a particular event, search the Getty Research Institute Library Catalog  by event name or participant name.

Container List

 

Series I. Audio recordings, 1987-2001,

Physical Description: 21.7 linear feet (27 boxes)

Scope and Content Note

The material consists of audiocassette and compact disc recordings of lectures, panel discussions, conferences, and other events hosted by the Getty Research Institute (and its predecessors) and given by Getty Scholars, staff, and invited speakers, 1987-2002. Every year since 1985 the Research Institute has invited scholars, artists, and other cultural figures from around the world to work in residence at the Institute on projects that bear upon its annual research theme. While in residence, they pursue their own research projects, make use of Getty collections, and participate in the intellectual life of the Getty Center and the Getty Villa.The lectures and events hosted by the Scholars Program tend to focus on the given theme for that particular scholar year (see Past Themes and Scholars in Residence  for a list of past scholars and scholar year themes). Other lectures and events represented in this collection, although held at the Getty Center and attended by Getty Scholars, were not specifically hosted by the Scholars Program and cover varied topics. These include ongoing series such as Works-in-Progress as well as special symposia and conferences held at the Getty Center.

Additional Information Available

Please note that scholar event recordings created from Scholar Year 2001/2002 through the present are not listed in this inventory. Lists of recordings from 2001/2002 and following are part of broader collections and are available through the following inventories:
The Getty Research Institute Public Event Recordings  (for events related to modern and contemporary topics that were held at the GRI);
The Getty Villa Event Recordings  (for events related to ancient cultures and antiquities that were held at the Getty Villa).
Most of the public Getty Scholar recordings from 2001/2002 forward have also been described individually. For additional information on a particular event, search the Getty Research Institute Library Catalog  by event name or participant name.

Arrangement

The recordings are arranged chronologically by academic year (September through June) into the following subseries:

Access Information

The Archives is in the process of creating access copies of the audio recordings. Online versions of the audio recordings have been created for scholar year 1986/1987 through 1996/1997. Online versions of the recordings are available to on-site researchers only. A researcher may request use copies (CDs) of specific recordings for in-library use at his or her local library by placing a request through the Getty's Interlibrary Loan  program.
 

Series I.A. Scholar Year 1986-1987

Scholar Year 1986/1987 audio recordings (on-site access only)

Scope and Content Note

Materials comprise recordings of events, lectures, and discussions held at the Getty during the scholar year 1986/1987. During this time Getty Scholars explored two research themes: Seventeenth Century Dutch painting and the broader issues of art patronage. The scholars were drawn from disciplines ranging from art history to economic history. While most of the lectures given during this academic year were inspired by the scholar theme "Seventeenth Century Dutch Art and Society/Patronage," some of the lectures are not thematically related.

Arrangement note

The recordings are grouped first by symposia/theme, followed by a group of more general lectures and presentations. Within each group, the recordings are in chronological order.

Access Information

Due to rights restrictions, online versions of the recordings are available to on-site researchers only. A researcher may request use copies (CDs) of specific recordings for in-library use at his or her local library by placing a request through the Getty's Interlibrary Loan  program.
 

Series I.A.1. Conference on the Interrelationship of Art History and History of 17th Century Holland, April 30-May 2, 1987

Scholar Year 1986/1987: Interrelationship of Art History and History of 17th Century Holland audio recordings (on-site access only)

Physical Description: (13 audiocassettes and 1 set of copies)
 

Session 1, April 30, 1987

Box 1996.IA.02-1

0002a1 Hymans, Herb. Opening remarks

Box 1996.IA.02-1

0002a2 Smit, J. "History in Art"

Box 1996.IA.02-1

0002b Schwartz, Gary. "Art in History"

Box 1996.IA.02-1

0004a De Jongh, E. "Limitations of Interpretation"

Box 1996.IA.02-1

0004b Panel Discussion: Session 1

 

Session 2: [Art and Reality], May 1, 1987

Box 1996.IA.02-1

0006a1 De Vries, Jan. Introduction

Box 1996.IA.02-1

0006a2 Brandenburg, W. A. "Market Scenes as Seen by a Plant Biologist"

Box 1996.IA.02-1

0006b Stone-Ferrier, Linda. "Market Scenes as Seen by an Art Historian"

Box 1996.IA.02-1

0008a Panel Discussion: Art and Reality, part 1

Box 1996.IA.02-1

0008b Falkenberg, Reindert. "Market Scenes and Kitchen Pieces"

Box 1996.IA.02-1

0010a1 Becker, Jochen. "Kitchen Scenes"

Box 1996.IA.02-1

0010a2 Panel Discussion: Art and Reality, part 2

Box 1996.IA.02-1

0010b Unger, Richard. "Dutch and Flemish Marine Paintings as a Source for Research on the History of Shipbuilding"

Box 1996.IA.02-1

0012a Walsh, John. "Skies and Reality"

Box 1996.IA.02-1

0012b Panel Discussion: Art and Reality, part 3

 

Session 3: [Art, Economy, and Society], May 1, 1987

Box 1996.IA.02-1

0014a De Vries, Jan. "Can Economic History Provide a Sound Base for Defining Periods Useful to Art History?"

Box 1996.IA.02-1

0014b Van der Wowde, A. "A First Estimation of the Quantitative Dimensions of Dutch Art Production During the Golden Age"

Box 1996.IA.02-1

0016a Montias, J. Michael. "What Can We Learn About 'Art, Economy and Society' from Analysis of 17th century Inventories of Works of Art?"

Box 1996.IA.02-1

0016b Panel Discussion: Art, Economy, and Society

 

Session 4: [The Town Hall of Amsterdam], May 2, 1987

Box 1996.IA.02-1

0018a1 Schwartz, Gary. Introduction

Box 1996.IA.02-1

0018a2 Van Heel, C. Dudok. [The Burgermeisters of Amsterdam]

Box 1996.IA.02-1

0018b Blankert, Albert. [Painted Decoration of the Town Hall and Other Public Buildings of Amsterdam]

Box 1996.IA.02-1

0020a Spies, Marijke. [A Poem's Commentary: Poems on the Walls of the Town Hall?]

Scope and Content Note

The speaker is introduced by Gary Schwartz.
Box 1996.IA.02-1

0020b1 Schama, Simon. [Grand Eloquence and Austerity: Dutch Civic Architecture?]

Box 1996.IA.02-1

0020b2 Panel Dicussion: [The Town Hall of Amsterdam]

 

Session 5, May 2, 1987

Box 1996.IA.02-1

0022a1 J. Smit. Introduction

Box 1996.IA.02-1

0022a2 Judson, J.R. "History and Changes in Style"

Box 1996.IA.02-1

0022b De Vries, Lyckle, "Can Stylistic Art History Provide a Viable Way to Define Periods Within the Art History of the Netherlands"

Box 1996.IA.02-1

0024a Hauerkamp-Begemann, Egbert. "The Role of Connoisseurship in Art History."

Box 1996.IA.02-1

0024b Freedberg, David. "Art in History: Some Further Possibilities"

Box 1996.IA.02-1

0026 Closing Discussions May 2, 1987

 

Series I.A.2. Lectures and presentations:

Scholar Year 1986/1987: Lectures and presentations audio recordings (on-site access only)

Physical Description: (7 audiocassettes)
Box 1996.IA.02-1

0001 Boulez, Pierre. Lecture at the Getty Center, March 16, 1987

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
 

Corboz, André lecture, May 26, 1987

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
Box 1996.IA.02-1

0028 [Transformation of Solomon's Temple] Part 1

Box 1996.IA.02-1

0029 [Transformation of Solomon's Temple] Part 2

Box 1996.IA.02-1

0030 Hollander, Anne. [Evolution of Masculine Costume], June 10, 1987

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
Box 1996.IA.02-1

0032 Schwartz, Gary. [The Painter Nearly Poet: Rembrandt and Dutch Literary Life], June 17, 1987

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
 

Series I.B. Scholar Year 1987-1988

Scholar Year 1987/1988: Lectures and presentations audio recordings (on-site access only)

Physical Description: (12 audiocassettes)

Scope and Content Note

Materials comprise recordings of events, lectures, and discussions held at the Getty during the scholar year 1987/1988. During this time Getty Scholars pursued individual areas of research while also exploring the theme of reception and interpretation of works of art and cultural products. Scholars approached this theme from their personal areas of expertise, which ranged from photography through ethnomathematics. While many of the lectures given during this academic year were inspired by the scholar theme: "Reception and Interpretation of the Arts," some of the recordings are not thematically related.

Arrangement note

The recordings are listed in chronological order.

Access Information

Due to rights restrictions, online versions of the recordings are available to on-site researchers only. A researcher may request use copies (CDs) of specific recordings for in-library use at his or her local library by placing a request through the Getty's Interlibrary Loan  program.
Box 1996.IA.02-2

0034 Lüthy, Hans. [Escapism], October 20, 1987

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-2

0035 Burckhardt, Jacqueline. "Parkett Art Magazine" Lecture and Discussion, October 28, 1987

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)

General note

Audio quality of roundtable discussion is choppy, inconsistent, and ends mid-sentence.
Box 1996.IA.02-2

0036 Lowry, Martin. [Warwick in the Age of the Kingmaker: The Impact of Patronage on the Small Town], November 24, 1987

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-2

0037 Shefton, Brian. [Grand Tour Collecting in 18th Century Britain], December 8, 1987

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-2

0038 Brandt-Sorensen Presentation, February 23, 1988

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-2

0039 Pare, Richard. [Late-Ninteenth-Century Documentary Photography of Architecture and How it Overlaps with Fine Art Photography], March 1, 1988

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-2

0040 Hoye, Daniel. [The Residential Architecture of Los Angeles as a Backdrop for the History of the City], March 11, 1988

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-2

0041 Breisch, Ken. "The Metamorphosis of the Wall: Reflections of Ruskin and Nineteenth-Century architectural theory in the Historical Photographs of John Henry Parker," March 15, 1988

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-2

0042 Shiff, Richard. "Artist, Critic, and Historian: To Be or Merely to Appear," May 11, 1988

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-2

0043 Freund, Gisèle. [Photography and her work as a photojournalist], May 16, 1988

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-2

0044 Warner, Marina. "From the Beast to the Blonde: Peau d'Âne (Donkeyskin)," May 24, 1988

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-2

0045 Nodelman, Sheldon. [Marcel Duchamp, Encore á cet Astre (Once More to This Star)], June 7, 1988

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
 

Series I.C. Scholar Year 1988-1989

Scholar Year 1988/1989 audio recordings (on-site access only)

Scope and Content Note

Materials comprise recordings of events, lectures, and discussions held at the Getty during the scholar year 1988/1989. During this time Getty Scholars focused on the distinctive qualities of cultural products selected for historical analysis or the ways in which scholarly interpretations are linked to particular methodological and theoretical assumptions. Many stressed close observation of cultural customs, traditions, and patterns of production. Others examined disciplinary practices and their interpretive strategies. Vital contributions were made toward fashioning interdisciplinary approaches for analyzing cultural continuities and changes. This group of scholars was drawn from the fields of anthropology, ethnography, the history of art, social history, and sociology. While many of the lectures given during this academic year were inspired by the scholar theme "The Production of Artifacts and the Formation of Disciplines," some of the lectures are not thematically related.

Arrangement note

The recordings are grouped first by symposia/theme, followed by a group of more general lectures and presentations. Within each group, the recordings are in chronological order.

Access Information

Due to rights restrictions, online versions of the recordings are available to on-site researchers only. A researcher may request use copies (CDs) of specific recordings for in-library use at his or her local library by placing a request through the Getty's Interlibrary Loan  program.
 

Series I.C.1. Otto Wagner Symposium, November 3-5, 1988

Scholar Year 1988/1989: Otto Wagner Symposium audio recordings (on-site access only)

Physical Description: (12 audiocassettes)
 

Session 1: November 3, 1988

Box 1996.IA.02-2

0047b1 Forster, Kurt. Opening remarks (introduced by Herb Hymans)

Box 1996.IA.02-2

0047b2 Geraniotis, Roula. [Ricker's translation of Wagner's Moderne Architektur and its impact on American architecture]

Box 1996.IA.02-2

0048a Moravanszky, Akos. "The Aesthetics of the Mask: Otto Wagner and Architectural Theory in Central Europe"

Box 1996.IA.02-2

0048b Discussion of the Geraniotis and Moravanszky lectures

General note

Recording begins mid-sentence. Audio quality is poor. Voices are faint and there is a buzzing sound in the foreground through much of the recording.
Box 1996.IA.02-2

0049a1 Kassal-Mikula, Renata. [Otto Wagner's Parallel Aktion]

Box 1996.IA.02-2

0049a2 Whyte, Iain Boyd. [Outstanding students of the Wagnerschule: Emil Hoppe, Marcel Kammerer, and Otto Schönthal]

Box 1996.IA.02-2

0050b Sekler, Eduard F. "Criticism and Commenmoration of Otto Wagner by His Students..."

Box 1996.IA.02-2

0050a Discussion of Whyte and Sekler lectures on the Wagnerschule

 

Session 2: November 4, 1988

Box 1996.IA.02-2

0051a Neumeyer, Fritz. "Grobstadt Architektur: Architectural Practice in the Great City" lecture and discussion

Scope and Content Note

Recording includes brief welcome by Herb Hymans and introduction by session mediator, Werner Oechslin.
Box 1996.IA.02-2

0053b Sarnitz, August. [Realism versus, Verniedlichung: The Design of the Great City]

Box 1996.IA.02-2

0053a Mallgrave, Harry F. "The Polemics of Architectural Realism in Germany and Austria"

Box 1996.IA.02-2, Box 1996.IA.02-2

0054b Discussion

Box 1996.IA.02-2

0054a Oechslin, Werner. "The Evolutionary Way Toward Modern Architecture: Otto Wagner's Architecture and the Paradigm of Stilhülse und Kern"

 

Session 3: November 5, 1988

Box 1996.IA.02-2

0055 Anderson, Stanford. "Sachlichkeit and Modernity: Life Without Magnificence"

Box 1996.IA.02-2

0056b Discussion

Box 1996.IA.02-2

0056a Unidentified speaker. "Ruminations on Modern Architecture and Impressionism"

Box 1996.IA.02-2

0057 Final discussion and closing remarks

 

Series I.C.2. Lectures and presentations:

Scholar Year 1988/1989: Lectures and presentations audio recordings (on-site only access)

Physical Description: (12 audiocassettes)
Box 1996.IA.02-2

0059 AIDS discussion, 1988

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)

Scope and Content Note

Lecture begins mid-sentence without the benefit of an introduction.
Box 1996.IA.02-2

0061 Goody, Sir John (Jack) Rankine. "Paradise, Garlands, and Sacrifice," January 9, 1989

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-3

0062 Sanday, John. "Architectural Conservation in Nepal: The Rebirth of Traditional Crafts," January 18, 1989

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)

General note

Recording ends mid-sentence.
Box 1996.IA.02-3

0063 Settis, Salvatore. "Deceptive Walls: Imagery and Space in Roman Garden Painting," February 13, 1989

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-3

0064 García Rodero, Cristina. "Photographing Spanish Fiestas," February 27, 1989

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-3

0065 Janda, Annegret. "The Modern Art Collection of the Kronprizen Palais in Berlin from 1918 Until its Confiscation as Degenerate Art in 1937," April 3, 1989

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-3

0068 Buddensieg, Tilman. "Montfaucon L'Antiquité Expliqué: The End of a Continuous Antiquity," May 1, 1989

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-3

0069a Bohrer, Frederick. "The Reception of Assyria: Archaeology and Orientalism," May 10, 1989

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-3

0069b Bohrer Discussion

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-3

0070 Heinz, Thomas. "L.A. Architecture" tour lecture, May 12, 1989

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-3

0071 Gurevich, Aron. "Angry Saints and Good Demons in the 13th Century Exempla," May 22, 1989

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)

General note

Audio quality is inconsistent once the question and answer session begins.
 

Series I.D. Scholar Year 1989-1990

Scholar Year 1989/1990: Lectures and presentations audio recordings (on-site access only)

Scope and Content Note

Materials comprise recordings of events, lectures, and discussions held at the Getty during the scholar year 1989/1990. During this year the Getty Scholars played an important role in the development of a more comprehensive and interdisciplinary approach to the arts of the early twentieth century, especially those called avant-garde, by increasing our understanding of the cultures in which they flourished. The fields of interest represented included comparative literature, the history of art and architecture, musicology, psychology, and film history. While most of the lectures given during this academic year were inspired by the scholar theme "The Avant-Garde," some of the lectures are not thematically related.

Arrangement note

The recordings are listed in chronological order.

Access Information

Due to rights restrictions, online versions of the recordings are available to on-site researchers only. A researcher may request use copies (CDs) of specific recordings for in-library use at his or her local library by placing a request through the Getty's Interlibrary Loan  program.
Box 1996.IA.02-3

0080 Silver, Kenneth. "Andy Warhol Soup to Nuts," November 20, 1989

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-3

0081 Spielmann, Yvonne. "Rumours on the Demise of the Avant-Garde," December 4, 1989

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
 

0094 Bucher, François, 1989 (?)

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)

General note

Recording device frequently fades in and out from the audible to the silent. Engineer attempted to increase volume as much as possible. But white background noise persists throughout.
Box 1996.IA.02-3

0094a  "Le Point de Leur Mestier: The 'Secret' Methods of Gothic Architecture," Part 1,

Box 1996.IA.02-3

0094b  "Le Point de Leur Mestier: The 'Secret' Methods of Gothic Architecture," Part 2,

Box 1996.IA.02-3

0097 Mainardi, Patricia. "The Academic Reaction in the Third Republic," January 29, 1990

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-3

0098 Brown, Andreas. "Vintage Photographic Postcards as a Significant Source of Early 20th Century American Imagery," February 5, 1990

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)

General note

Many pauses evident in audio due to the slideshow shown by speaker in lecture (in which he would allow the audience to view slides for long stretches of time). Longest silences were edited down to a few seconds to make listening experience more efficient.
Box 1996.IA.02-3

0099 Letheic, Michel. "The Clarinet Around the World," February 22, 1990

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)

Inaudible/Silent Portion Deleted

After the first applause after the performance, a few minutes is cut out because there is no discernible audio in that portion. At 36 minutes and 12 seconds, one question was recorded and then the presentation concludes with closing applause.
Box 1996.IA.02-3

100 Girth, Peter. "Musical Avant-Garde and Politics," February 26, 1990

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-3

104 Phillips, Christopher. "Cultural Modernity and the Illustrated Press Between the Wars," March 12, 1990

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-3

105 Herbert, James. "Matisse and Derain in the South of France: Tourism and the Picturesque," April 9, 1990

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-3

106 Wyss, Beat. "Ragnorök of Illusion: Wagner's Mystical Abyss at Bayreuth," April 19, 1990

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-3

0108 Murray, Irena. "Under the Banner of the Book: The Work of Karel Teige," April 23, 1990

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
 

Reese, Tom, Herb Hymans, Dan Haulica, Danie-Constantin Barbu, Theodor Enescu, Zoe Petre, Geo Sherban-Constantin, April 26, 1990

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
Box 1996.IA.02-3

0109 "The Current Situation of Rumania's Cultural Patrimony," Part 1,

Box 1996.IA.02-3

0110 "The Current Situation of Rumania's Cultural Patrimony," Part 2,

Box 1996.IA.02-3

0111 Gottlieb, Robert and April Smith. "Earth Day 1990 and Environmental Responsibility at the Institutional Level," April 27, 1990

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-3

0112 Ballerini, Luigi. "Neither Rhyme nor Reason: A Case of Punctuation," April 30, 1990

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
 

Jelavich, Peter, May 21, 1990

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
Box 1996.IA.02-3

0113 "Girls and Crisis," Part 1,

Box 1996.IA.02-3

0114 "Girls and Crisis," Part 2,

 

Series I.E. Scholar Year 1990-1991

Scholar Year 1990/1991 audio recordings (on-site access only)

Scope and Content Note

Materials comprise recordings of events, lectures, and discussions held at the Getty during the scholar year 1990/1991. This scholar year was originally centered around classical antiquity. A broad spectrum of scholars working in that field were invited, together with a smaller satellite group working on the Ancient Near East, Africa, Pre-Columbian America, and Asia. The group of scholars who accepted the invitation engaged in a rich comparativist interplay related to their studies in Pre-Columbian and colonial Peru, Africa, the Ancient Near East, Etruscan Italy, and the Hellenistic world. In the end, only Asia was unrepresented. While most of the lectures given during this academic year were inspired by the scholar theme "Time and Ritual in Antiquity," some of the lectures are not thematically related.

Arrangement note

The recordings are grouped first by symposia/theme, followed by a group of more general lectures and presentations. Within each group, the recordings are in chronological order.

Access Information

Due to rights restrictions, online versions of the recordings are available to on-site researchers only. A researcher may request use copies (CDs) of specific recordings for in-library use at his or her local library by placing a request through the Getty's Interlibrary Loan  program.
 

Series I.E.1. Architectural Adumbrations Series: The Architect's Sketchbook and Contemporary Practice, November-December 1990

Scholar Year 1990/1991: Architectural Adumbrations Series: The Architect's Sketchbook and Contemporary Practice audio recordings (on-site access only)

Physical Description: (9 audiocassettes and 1 copy)

Scope and Content Note

Materials comprise recordings of lectures presented in conjunction with the exhibition, "Architectural Adumbrations: The Architect's Sketchbook and Contemporary Practice," which was held at the Getty Center for the History of Art and the Humanities in Santa Monica, California from September 1990 to February 1991.
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0133 Norten, Enrique. [Personal architectural style], November 19, 1990

General note

Incomplete recording. Lecture seems to end abruptly.
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0136 Mack, Mark. [Personal history of drawings and sketches], November 27, 1990

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0137 Jiménez, Carlos. [Ruminations on the notion of drawing], November 27, 1990

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0138 Wolf, Harry. [Prelude to a conversation: A discussion on three buildings and their drawings], December 4, 1990

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0139 Israel, Franklin. [The Sketch As An Idea Development and the Constructed Drawing: A lecture on presented exhibition pieces and other personal works], December 4, 1990

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0144 Predock, Antoine. [Innocent lines and architecture as landscape and drag], December 11, 1990

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0145 Coenen, Jo. [The repairing of places: a new identity and characteristic on a modern basis], December 11, 1990

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0148 Gehry, Frank O. [The private side of architectural design], December 18, 1990

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0149 Holl, Stephen. [Phemonology and crudeness in architecture], December 18, 1990

 

Series I.E.2. Anyone Conference, May 1991

Scholar Year 1990-1991: Anyone Conference audio recordings (on-site access only)

Physical Description: (23 original audiocassettes and occasional copies)

Scope and Content Note

The Anyone Conference was held at the University of California, Los Angeles. This conference was the first in a series of Any conferences, which took place in the decade leading up to the year 2000. Multidisciplinary and cross-cultural in nature, the "Any" conferences focused on the condition of architecture at the end of the millennium. Participants in the 1991 conference included Akira Asada, Francesco Dal Co, Jacques Derrida, Peter Eisenman, William Gibson, Arata Isozaki, Fredric Jameson, Kojin Karatani, Jeffrey Kipnis, Rem Koolhaas, Rosalind Krauss, Rafael Moneo, John Rajchman, Ignasi de Solà-Morales Rubió, David Salle, R.E. Somol, Mark C. Taylor, Roberto Mangabeira Unger, and Anthony Vidler.
Lectures that were conducted at the conference, but of which audio files were not found, include: Ignasi de Solà-Morales Rubió: "From Autonomy to Untimeliness"; Frank Gehry: "Hook, Line, and Signature"; Maria Nordman: "Infinite Openness"; and Daniel Libeskind: "ANYONE? A Text for a Ventriloquist."
Additional information can be found at http://www.anycorp.com/any_conferences.php
Several lectures are incomplete due to missing cassette recordings or inadvertent loss during the transfer process from cassette tapes to computer audio files.
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0189a1 Forster, Kurt. [Opening remarks and introduction for Peter Eisenman]

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0189a2 Eisenman, Peter. [Origin and mission statement of Anyone Conference]

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0189a3 Davidson, Cynthia. "In Any Event," [introduction of lecturers and the Any journal]

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0189a4 Kipnis, Jeff. "Three Questions of Anyone"

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0189a5 Karatani, Kojin. "The Status of an Individual"

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0189b1 Unger, Roberto Mangabeira. "The Better Futures of Architecture"

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0189b2 Karatani, Kojin and Roberto Unger. "Impromptu remarks," [moderated by Jeff Kipnis]

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0190a Derrida, Jacques. "Summary of Impromptu Remarks," [moderated by Jeff Kipnis]

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0190b1  Karatani, Kojin and Robert Unger. "Closing remarks," [moderated by Jeff Kipnis]

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0190b2  Jameson, Fredric. "Demographies of the Anonymous"

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0195 Asada, Akira and Arata Isozaki. "A Fragmentary Portrait of Anyone as Demiourgos"

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0196a Asada, Akira and Arata Isozaki. "Discussion A-1," [moderated by Jeff Kipnis]

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0196b Koolhaas, Rem. "Precarious Entity"

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0197 Taylor, Mark C. "The Subject of Architecture"

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0198a1 Gibson, William. "Text[v]oid"

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198a2 Koolhaus, Rem, William Gibson, and Mark C. Taylor. "Discussion A-2," [moderated by Anthony Vidler]

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0199 Krauss, Rosalind. "Six Notes on the Subject of the Grid," [Read by Sylvia Lavin]

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0206 Eisenman, Peter. "The Author's Affect: Passion and the Moment of Architecture"

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0207 Vidler, Anthony. "Transparency"

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0208 Eisenman, Peter, Sylvia Lavin and Anthony Vidler. "Discussion A-3"

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0214b1 Somol, R.E. "RE: The Subject of Disappearance"

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0214b2 Salle, David. "The Style, the Image, and the Arbitrary"

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0214b3 Rajchman, John. "On Not Being Any One"

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0215b1 Moneo, Rafael. "Cualquiera"

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0215b2 Dal Co, Francesco, Daniel Libeskind, Rafael Moneo, John Rajchman, and R.E. Somol. "Discussion B-1"

Missing Segment

Conclusion to lecturers' discussion missing.
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0219 Forster, Kurt. [Closing Remarks to Anyone Conference, introduced by Kurt Forster]

 

Series I.E.3. Lectures and presentations:

Scholar Year 1990/1991: Lectures and presentations audio recordings (on-site access only)

Physical Description: (51 audiocassettes and 1 copy)

Scope and Content Note

Materials comprise recordings of events, lectures, and discussions held at the Getty during the scholar year 1990/1991. This scholar year was originally centered around classical antiquity. A broad spectrum of scholars working in that field were invited, together with a smaller satellite group working on the Ancient Near East, Africa, Pre-Columbian America, and Asia. The group of scholars who accepted the invitation engaged in a rich comparativist interplay related to their studies in Pre-Columbian and colonial Peru, Africa, the Ancient Near East, Etruscan Italy, and the Hellenistic world. In the end, only Asia was unrepresented. While most of the lectures given during this academic year were inspired by the scholar theme "Time and Ritual in Antiquity," some of the lectures are not thematically related.
 

Vikan, Gary, October 9, 1990

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0119 "The Empowered Object: Idols and Icons in Late Antiquity," Part 1 Lecture

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0120 "The Empowered Object: Idols and Icons in Late Antiquity," Part 2 Discussion

 

McClellan, Andrew, November 7, 1990

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0129 "Display Strategies at the Dawn of the Museum Age: From the Bourbons to Bonaparte," Lecture and Discussion, Part 1

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0130 "Display Strategies at the Dawn of the Museum Age: From the Bourbons to Bonaparte," Lecture and Discussion, Part 2

 

Stafford, Barbara M., November 13, 1990

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0131 "Voyeur or Observer? Enlightenment Thoughts on the Dilemmas of Display," Lecture and Discussion, Part 1

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0132 "Voyeur or Observer? Enlightenment Thoughts on the Dilemmas of Display," Lecture and Discussion, Part 2

 

Wyss, Beat, November 20, 1990

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0134 "Progress or Eternal Return: Two Museological Tendencies in German Idealism," Lecture and Discussion, Part 1

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0135 "Progress or Eternal Return: Two Museological Tendencies in German Idealism," Lecture and Discussion, Part 2

Questions missing

Most questions are missing in question and answer session. Answers are discernable though.
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0141 Nono, Luigi. "Sofferte onde Serene (1976)" with Gloria Cheng on piano, December 7, 1990

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
 

White, Hayden, December 10, 1990

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0142 "Tropology," Part 1

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0143 "Tropology," Part 2

 

0152-0153 Settis, Salvatore. "From Ruins to Museums: The Fortunes of Classical Sculpture," Lecture and Discussion, January 15, 1991

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Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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Use copies

Physical Description: (3 CDs)
 

Sheehan, James J., January 29, 1991

Physical Description: (3 audiocassettes)
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0156 "Aesthetic Theory and Architectural Practice: Schinkel's Museum in Berlin," Lecture and Discussion, Part 1

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0158 "Aesthetic Theory and Architectural Practice: Schinkel's Museum in Berlin," Lecture and Discussion, Part 2

 

Karp, Ivan, February 5, 1991

Physical Description: (3 audiocassettes)
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0160 "Exhibiting Cultures: Towards a Critical Examination of Ethnographic Display," Lecture and Discussion, Part 1

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0161 "Exhibiting Cultures: Towards a Critical Examination of Ethnographic Display," Lecture and Discussion, Part 2

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0165 "Exhibiting Cultures: Towards a Critical Examination of Ethnographic Display," Lecture and Discussion, Part 3

 

Larsen, Mogens, February 11, 1991

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0162 "The Death of Mesopotamian Civilization," Part 1

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0163 "The Death of Mesopotamian Civilization," Part 2

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0168 Zuidema, Tom. "Spanish Myth and Andean Reality: How the Feast of Corpus Christi Shaped Our View of Inca Royalty," March 4, 1991

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
 

Lowry, Glenn, March 5, 1991

Physical Description: (5 audiocassettes)
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0171 "Islamic Art and the Politics of Perception: Display and Interpretation," Lecture and Discussion, Part 1

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0172 "Islamic Art and the Politics of Perception: Display and Interpretation," Lecture and Discussion, Part 2

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0169 "Islamic Art and the Politics of Perception: Display and Interpretation," Lecture and Discussion, Part 3

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0173 "Islamic Art and the Politics of Perception: Display and Interpretation," Lecture and Discussion, Part 4

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0174 Archer, John. "Black and White Space: The Spatial Formation of Calcutta, 1690-1850," March 11, 1991

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0175 Marinetti, Luce. "Poetry and Futurism," March 19, 1991

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0176 Rossi, Aldo. "At the Getty Center," March 19, 1991

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0177 Krenek, Ernst. "Sonata for solo violin, op. 33," March 22, 1991

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette and 1 copy)
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0179 Behn, Robin."Poetry Reading," March 25, 1991

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0181 Conforti, Michael. "The Applied Arts Enter the Museum: European Origins--American Extensions," March 26, 1991

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)

General note

Audio recording of lecture is incomplete and question and answer session was not recorded.
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0182 Moravánszky, Akos. "Embroidered Stones," April 1, 1991

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0183 Bonta, Dr. Juan Pablo. "A Software and Database Project: 'American Architects and Texts: A Study of Critical Fortune in Architectural Literature,'" April 4, 1991

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0184 Stewart, Andrew. "Inter Tabula Nullis Postferenda: Heroism, Frustration, Tragedy, and Chance in the Alexander Mosaic," April 17, 1991

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
 

0185 Von Huene, Stephan. "Introduces the Artwork of Stephan Von Huene," April 22, 1991

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Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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Physical Description: (1 CD)
 

Kaufman, Edward, April 23, 1991

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0186 "Museums of Architecture: Preservation, Display, and the Value of Heritage," Lecture and Discussion, Part 1

General note

Audio recording from first portion of lecture was indiscernible; audio recording is therefore incomplete.
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0187 "Museums of Architecture: Preservation, Display, and the Value of Heritage," Lecture and Discussion, Part 2

General note

Audio recording of discussion ends abruptly and is likely incomplete.
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0220 MacCormack, Sabine. "Limits of Understanding: Perceptions of Greco-Roman and Amerindian Paganism in Early Modern Europe," May 13, 1991

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0221 Hofmann, Werner. "The Promising Shrine: Image-Magic and the Museum," Lecture and Discussion, May 14, 1991

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0223 Gisbert, Teresa. "Indigenous Aspects of Andean Baroque," May 16, 1991

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0224 Blier, Suzanne Preston. "Paradoxes in African Art: On the Meeting of Incongruity, Antipathy, and Enigma," May 20, 1991

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)

General note

Recording of lecture ends mid-sentence (incomplete).
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0225 Fabian, Johannes. "Curios and Curiosity: About Objects and Ethnography," May 28, 1991

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0227 Severin, Ingrid. "Wilhelm von Bode and the Origin of the Asiatic Museums in Berlin," June 3, 1991

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)

General note

Question and answer session ends abruptly.
 

0228 Samonà, Alberto. "A New Approach to the Preservation of the Past in Italy: The Archaeological Park of Orvieto," June 4, 1991

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)

Incomplete

Lecture incomplete. Only beginning portion of presentation available.
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Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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Talvacchia, Bette, June 5, 1991

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0229a "An Evening with Giulio Romano," Lecture and Discussion, Part 1

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0229b "An Evening with Giulio Romano," Lecture and Discussion, Part 2

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0231 Powers, Martin. "Poetic Tropes and Theories of Expression in Early Chinese Landscape Painting," June 10, 1991

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
 

Series I.E.4. New Geographies of Performance conference, January 10-12, 1991

Physical Description: (5 audiocassettes and printed documentation)

Scope and Content Note

The Getty Center for the History of Art and the Humanities sponsored this conference/festival at the University of California, Los Angeles January 10-12, 1991. Although the conference spanned three days, recordings were found only for select portions of the event.

Access Information

Digital versions of these recordings do not exist. Researcher access cannot be granted until access copies have been created from the original audiocassettes.
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Printed event agenda January 10-12, 1991

 

Session 1: "Presenting the Festival," January 10, 1991

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Reese, Thomas F. Welcome

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Mitoma, Judy. "Ethnograohic and Community Agendas"

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"Roundtable with Festival Planners." Moderated by Judith Luther. Panel: Norman Frisch, Geoffrey Gilmore, Judy Mitoma, Aaron Paley, and Claire Peeps.

 

Sellars, Peter. "Artistic and Aesthetic Agendas"

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"Artistic and Aesthetic Agendas" audio recording

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"Artistic and Aesthetic Agendas" draft transcript

 

Session 4: "Terra Incognita: Cultural Distribution Systems for the 21st Century," January 12, 1991

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"Paper by Peter Sellars" audio recording

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"Paper by Peter Sellars" draft transcript

 

Series I.F. Scholar Year 1991-1992

Scholar Year 1991/1992 audio recordings (on-site access only)

Scope and Content Note

Materials comprise recordings of events, lectures, and discussions held at the Getty during the scholar year 1991/1992. The theme for the year was "Popular and Mass Culture." During this time scholars engaged in research that advanced our understanding of the realms of expression variously labeled traditional, popular, folk, ethnic, and commercial. They explored the thresholds between these categories and what is generally defined as high culture. Research focused on the nature and impact of popular and traditional beliefs on religion, education, imagery, and culture from the Middle Ages to the present. The fields of study represented included art, architecture, dance, literature, philosophy, and film.
From March to June of 1992, selected events were conducted under Thomas Reese's project, Shifting Boundaries/Contested Space, a collection of presentations based on popular culture, the overall theme for that year. Several panels, series, and conferences are included for the 1991-1992 scholar year, and of those that were explicitly stated in the recordings to be part of the project, their inclusion is stated in a note.

Arrangement note

The recordings are grouped first by symposia/theme, followed by a group of more general lectures and presentations. Within each group, the recordings are in chronological order.

Access Information

Due to rights restrictions, online versions of the recordings are available to on-site researchers only. A researcher may request use copies (CDs) of specific recordings for in-library use at his or her local library by placing a request through the Getty's Interlibrary Loan  program.
 

Series I.F.1. Street Art/Graffiti Vandalism Conference, September 14, 1991

Scholar Year 1991/1992: Street Art/Graffiti Vandalism Conference audio recordings (on-site only access)

Physical Description: (6 audiocassettes)

Scope and Content Note

Recordings consist of presentations by and discussions between government officials, law enforcement officers, community leaders, and aerosol artists/vandals as they explore street art and vandalism in Los Angeles.
This panel is part of larger group of lectures under a project headed by Thomas Reese and David Jensen, the Shifting Boundaries/Contested Space series, a collection of presentations based on popular culture.
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0232a1 Reese, Thomas F. and Alatorre, Richard. "Welcome," and "Remarks," 1991

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0232a2 Nodal, Adolfo V. "Street Art/Graffiti Vandalism: Towards a Middle Ground," 1991

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0232a3 Alvarez, Carmelo. "A Pictorial Glossary," 1991

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0232a4 Sunoo, Jan J. "Ground Rules," 1991

General note

A portion of the lecture is missing at 3:00 where the cassette tape was changed during recording.
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0233 Panel Discussion 1: "Inscriptions, Expression, and Identity: Artistic and Cultural Dimensions of Street Art/Graffiti Vandalism," 1991

General note

Due to technical difficulties experienced during the original recording of this event, the audio is faint.
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0234 Panel Discussion 2: "Private Property and the Economics of Abatement: Legal and Economic Dimensions of Street Art/Graffiti Vandalism," 1991

General note

Please note that the audio quality is inconsistent due to the irregular placement of microphones during the original recording of the event.
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0237 Panel Discussion 3: "Property Rights, Community Preference, and Freedom of Expression: Towards Compromise and Conciliation," 1991

General note

Please note that the audio quality is inconsistent due to the irregular placement of microphones during the original recording of the event.
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0236a1 Wachs, Joel. "Remarks," 1991

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0236a2 Introduction to focus group agendas: "Creative Agendas for Education: Cultural Programs and Legislation," 1991

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0236a3 Sunoo, Jan J. Focus group structure: "Towards New Agendas for Policy, Programs, and Legislation," 1991

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0235 Focus group reports, 1991

Scope and Content Note

The recording consists of reports from four focus groups: 1. Grass roots programs for youth; 2. Private sector programs for the future; 3. Community and artisitc programs for the future; and 4. [Street art and the law]. The recording also includes closing remarks and thanks to participants.

General note

Please note that the audio quality is inconsistent due to the irregular placement of microphones during the original recording of the event.
 

Series I.F.2. Urban Space discussion panel, March 16, 1992

Scholar Year 1991/1992: Urban Space discussion panel audio recordings (on-site only access)

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)

General note

This panel is part of larger group of lectures under a project headed by Thomas Reese and David Jensen, the Shifting Boundaries/Contested Space series, a collection of presentations based on popular culture.
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0268a1 Vidler, Anthony. [Notion of space in theory and practice]

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0268a2 Davis, Mike. [Signs of the Times: Street Signage]

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0269 Lipsitz, George. [Questions about time]

 

0268b Davis, Mike, George Lipsitz, and Anthony Vidler. [Lecture Discussion]

 

Series I.F.3. RAP Lecture and performance panel, March 30, 1992

Scholar Year 1991/1992: RAP Lecture and performance panel audio recordings (on-site only access)

Physical Description: (3 audiocassettes and 1 set of copies)

General note

This panel is part of larger group of lectures under a project headed by Thomas Reese and David Jensen, the Shifting Boundaries/Contested Space series, a collection of presentations based on popular culture.
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273a1 Rose, Tricia. [Sonic Forces of Hip-Hop]

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273a2 Keyes, Cheryl L. [Ladies First: Women Rappers]

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0274 Cross, Brian. [Hip-Hop in Los Angeles]

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273b Cross, Brian, Tricia Rose, and Cheryl L. Keyes. [Lecture Discussion]

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0275a Watts Prophets. [Storytelling through rap]

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0275b Freestyle Fellowship. [Unique performance]

 

Series I.F.4. Street Fashion discussion panel, April 6, 1992

Scholar Year 1991/1992: Street Fashion discussion panel audio recordings (on-site access only)

Physical Description: (3 audiocassettes)

General note

This panel is part of larger group of lectures under a project headed by Thomas Reese and David Jensen, the Shifting Boundaries/Contested Space series, a collection of presentations based on popular culture.
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0281a1 Marcus, Greil. [Changing the World Through Dressing Up]

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0281a2 McDermott, Catherine. "The Design of Vivienne Westwood"

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0282a hooks, bell. "My Style Ain't No Fashion"

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0281b Hebdige, Dick. [On Gang Street-Style: Street Fashion As A Political Issue]

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0282b Hebdige, Dick, bell hooks, Greil Marcus, and Catherine McDermott, "Panel Discussion"

 

Series I.F.5. Alternative Film: Panel and Screening of Todd Haynes' Poison , April 13, 1992

Scholar Year 1991/1992: Alternative Film: Panel and Screening of Todd Haynes' "Poison" audio recordings (on-site access only)

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette and 3 copies)

General note

This panel is part of larger group of lectures under a project headed by Thomas Reese and David Jensen, the Shifting Boundaries/Contested Space series, a collection of presentations based on popular culture.
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0286a1 Jensen, David. "Introduction"

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0286a2 Haynes, Todd, Jennie Livingston, B. Ruby Rich, and Christine Vachon. [The new wave of queer film and the career background of the filmmakers]

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0286a3 Rich, B. Ruby. [Social issues and documentary film]

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0286a4 Haynes, Todd, Jennie Livingston, and Christine Vachon. [On audience reception to Paris Is Burning, Poison, and Swoon]

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0286a5 Livingston, Jennie, and B. Ruby Rich. [Homophobia and sexism in the film industry]

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0286a6 Haynes, Todd, Jennie Livingston, and Christine Vachon. [The gay community's reaction to queer film and the perceptions of homosexuality in the media]

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0286a7 Livingston, Jennie, Rich, B. Ruby Rich, Christine Vachon, [Diversity and rich alternative forms of practice]

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0286b Haynes, Todd, Jennie Livingston, B. Ruby Rich, and Christine Vachon. [Discussion and conclusion]

 

Series I.F.6. Madonna discussion panel, [moderated by Thomas Reese], April 20, 1992

Scholar Year 1991/1992: Madonna discussion panel audio recordings (on-site only access)

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)

General note

This panel is part of larger group of lectures under a project headed by Thomas Reese and David Jensen, the Shifting Boundaries/Contested Space series, a collection of presentations based on popular culture.
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0291a1 Reese, Thomas. [Opening remarks]

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0291a2 Freccero, Carla Ann, Mary Lambert, Susan McClary and Nancy Vickers. [Self-Introductions]

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0291a3 Freccero, Carla Ann, Mary Lambert, Susan McClary and Nancy Vickers. [Analysis of Just Like a Prayer]

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0291b1 Freccero, Carla Ann, Mary Lambert, Susan McClary and Nancy Vickers. [Analysis and comparison between Like a Prayer and Like a Virgin]

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0291b2 Freccero, Carla Ann, Mary Lambert, Susan McClary and Nancy Vickers. [Discussion, moderated by Thomas Reese]

 

Seeries I.F.7. Reading and the Arts of the Book conference, June 26-July 4, 1992

Scholar Year 1991/1992: Reading and the Arts of the Book conference audio recordings (on-site access only)

Physical Description: (22 audiocassettes)

Scope and Content Note

Materials comprise recordings of lectures and panels and discussions; participants include an international group of scholars, artists and collectors. The program included fifteen sections that explored many aspects of the book arts, including illuminated manuscripts from the Middle Ages, contemporary artists' books and electronic imaging.
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0324 Edelstein, J.M. "The Book Revue," [Opening introduction and lecture], June 25, 1992

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)

General note

This recording is composed of the introduction and opening lecture for a conference on the history of the book, organized by Carla Luna and J.M. "Mel" Edelstein. The rest of the conference lecture recordings are missing.
 

Morning reception, [moderated by J.M. Edelstein], June 26, 1992

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0325 Part 1

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0326 Part 2

 

From Script to Print, June 26, 1992

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0327a1 Hendrix, Lee. "The Page as a Competitive Field: Painting Versus Writing in a Manuscript by Bocskay and Hoefnagel,"

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0327a2 Anninger, Anne. "A Privileged Moment: The 16th-Century Liberation of Illustration,"

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0328 Revolutions: Darnton, Robert. "Was There a Reading Revolution circa 1800?" June 28, 1992

General note

Please note that the questions asked by the audience are barely audible.
 

Word-Image-Reading 1, June 29, 1992

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0329a Handler Spitz, Ellen. "Fantasy, Empathy and Conflict in Picture Books for Young Children."

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0329b Mitchell, Breon. "The Secret Life of the Modern Illustrated Book: 1875-1950."

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0330a Question and answer

 

Bookmaking from the Renaissance to the Late 19th Century, Panel Discussion, June 29, 1992

General note

Please note that the audio cuts in and out and the quality of the audio is inconsistent.
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0331 Part 1

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0332a Part 2

 

Word-Image-Reading II, Panel Discussion, June 30, 1992

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0333 Part 1

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0334 Part 2

 

Books and Things Session 1, June 30, 1992

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0336 Spector, Buzz. "Torn Pages: Making Books Into Objects."

 

Books and Things Session 2, June 30, 1992

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0335a Harris, Neil. "Americans Reading: Some Historical Considerations."

General note

Note: John Hollander could not present the lecture, so Neil Harris spoke in his place.
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0335b Discussion.

 

Anti-Matter, July 1, 1992

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0337a [Anti-Matter Panel Discussion.], Part 1

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0337b [Anti-Matter Panel Discussion.], Part 2

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0338 [Anti-Matter Panel Discussion.], Part 3

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Consciousness at Work, July 1, 1992

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0339a Higgins, Dick. "A World-Wide Collage: A Life and the Book."

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0339b Response and Discussion.

 

The Economics of Reading, July 1, 1992

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0340a Godine, David. "The Economics of Publishing: The Straight Skinny on the Art of Survival."

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0340b Castleberry, May. "In the Red, the Black and the Margins."

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0341 Discussion.

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0342 For Word: Gass, William H. "The Book as a Container of Consciousness." July 2, 1992

 

Beyond the Object 2, July 2, 1992

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0343a Brody, Florian. "The Electric Book: Reading the Future."

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0343b Response and discussion.

 

Beyond the Object 1, July 2, 1992

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0344a Lovejoy, Margot. "The Postmodern Book: The Artist as Producer."

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0344b Response and discussion.

 

Closing Panel Discussion, July 4, 1992

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0345a Panel Discussion. Part 1

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0345b Panel Discussion. Part 2

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0346a Panel Discussion. Part 3

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0346b Panel Discussion. Part 4

 

Series I.F.8. Lectures and presentations:

Scholar Year 1991/1992: Lectures and presentations audio recordings (on-site access only)

Scope and Content Note

Materials comprise recordings of events, lectures, and discussions held at the Getty during the scholar year 1991/1992 that were not part of specific symposia or conferences. The theme for the year was "Popular and Mass Culture." During this time scholars engaged in research that advanced our understanding of the realms of expression variously labeled traditional, popular, folk, ethnic, and commercial. They explored the thresholds between these categories and what is generally defined as high culture. Research focused on the nature and impact of popular and traditional beliefs on religion, education, imagery, and culture from the Middle Ages to the present. The fields of study represented included art, architecture, dance, literature, philosophy, and film.
Some of the recordings in this section were part of larger group of lectures under a project headed by Thomas Reese and David Jensen, the Shifting Boundaries/Contested Space series (a group of presentations based on popular culture). The relationship between the recording and the series has been noted where known, but it is possible that not all of the recordings in the series have been identified.
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0250 Gimblett, Max. "Art News" with Molly Barnes, KPFK Radio, October 26, 1991

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0258 Carter, Elliott. Duo for Violin and Piano and Scrivo in Vento, January 16, 1992

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette and 1 copy)

General note

Spoken word and musical performance: Short lectures, along with short question and answer session, included with each musical piece.
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0262 Gimblett, Max. "Inside Star: Painting the Shape of the Lighted Unknown," February 6, 1992

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0263 Werneberg, Brigitte. "Photography and Reactionary Modernism in Weimar Germany: Ernst Jünger and the Transformed World," February 20, 1992

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0264 Hyde, Lewis. "Speechless Shame and Shameless Speech," March 2, 1992

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0266 Viola, Bill. "I Do Not Know What It Is That I Am Like," March 4, 1992

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0267 Verwiebe, Birgit. "When the Moon Shines: The Magic of Light and Change in Transparent Painting Between 1780 and 1860," March 5, 1992

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0270 Ross, Andrew. "Environmental Space: Big Cinema in the Hawaii of the Latter-Day Saints," March 23, 1992

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)

General note

This recording is part of the Shifting Boundaries/Contested Space series.
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0272 Baldwin, Craig. "Tribulation 99: Alien Anomalies Under America," March 25, 1992

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)

General note

This recording comprises remarks and a short discussion in response to a film of the same title that was shown before the talk. Only the last few minutes of the filmmaker's remarks on the film remain, though question and answer session appears complete. This recording is part of the Shifting Boundaries/Contested Space series.
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0279 Dunham, Donald, and Luciana Martinez. Derek Jarman's " Jubilee," [A film discussion], April 1, 1992

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)

General note

The speakers in this lecture were actors in the original film featured in the presentation. This recording is part of the Shifting Boundaries/Contested Space series.
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0280 Jardine, Lisa. "Erasmus and the Illusion of a World of Learning," April 2, 1992

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
 

Hebdige, Dick, April 8, 1992

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)

General note

This recording is part of the Shifting Boundaries/Contested Space series.
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0284 "Down the Line: An Identity Production," Part 1

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0285 "Down the Line: An Identity Production," Part 2

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0290 Livingston, Jennie. " Paris is Burning" [Discussion], April 15, 1992

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)

General note

This recording is part of the Shifting Boundaries/Contested Space series.
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0293 Wilson, Colin St. John. "The Building and Construction of the British Library," April 23, 1992

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette and 1 copy)
 

Winston, Brian, April 27, 1992

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes and 1 set of copies)

General note

This lecture is part of larger group of lectures under a project headed by Thomas Reese and David Jensen, the Shifting Boundaries/Contested Space series, a collection of presentations based on popular culture.
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0296 "TV News," Part 1

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0295 "TV News," Part 2

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0299 Ziv, Ilan. " Consuming Hunger and other works in progress, film discussion, April 29, 1992

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)

General note

Film director Ilan Ziv presents and discusses scenes from his films. Recording starts abruptly, suggesting that the introduction and/or beginning of lecture is missing.
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0300 Fioretos, Aris. [Readings from a work in progress], "The Grey Book," May 5, 1992

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0301 Gass, William. "The Story of the State of Nature," May 7, 1992

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0302 Stewart, Susan."Death and Life, In That Order, In Peale's Museum," May 11, 1992

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)

General note

This lecture is part of larger group of lectures under a project headed by Thomas Reese and David Jensen, the Shifting Boundaries/Contested Space series, a collection of presentations based on popular culture.
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0305 Apter, Emily. "Postcolonial Seductions and the Multicultural Fetish," May 18, 1992

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette and 1 copy)
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0306 Hemphill, Essex and Marlon Riggs. [A Discussion on Marlon Riggs' Tongues Untied, with a related reading of Essex Hemphill's Ceromonies], May 20, 1992

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
 

Spiegelman, Art, May 26, 1992

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes and 1 set of copies)
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0307 "On the Autobiographical Impulse in Comix," Part 1,

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0308 "On the Autobiographical Impulse in Comix," Part 2,

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0311 Jacobs, Ken. [Screening and Discussion of CxHxExRxRxIxExSx], May 27, 1992

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0312 Ramirez, Juan-Antonio. "Beekeeping and Architecture: Gaudí," May 28, 1992

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0313 Reese, Carol. "Architectural Tour of Los Angeles: An Illustrated Talk," May 29, 1992

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0314 Katriel, Tamar. "Narrating Objects: Cultural Production in Israeli Pioneer Settlement Museums," June 1, 1992

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
 

Barlow, John Perry, Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett, and Eric S. Raymond. "The Electronic Vernacular," June 8, 1992

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes and 1 set of copies)
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0315a1 Harriman, Philip A. and Thomas Reese. "Opening Remarks and Panel Introduction,"

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0315a2 "The Electronic Vernacular," Part 1,

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0315b "The Electronic Vernacular," Part 2,

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0319 Moxey, Keith. "High Art/Low Art in the Imagery of Early Modern Europe," June 9, 1992

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
 

"Stalking the White Bear (Reflections on the Quincentenary)," June 15, 1992

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)

General note

Recording captures a presentation on the audiovisual art and criticism project called "Stalking the White Bear," centering on the "so-called" discovery of America (specifically involving the Quincentenary of the country). The presentation was organized by Coco Fusco and Guillermo Gomez-Pena.
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0321_a Fusco, Coco. [Presentation of audio art project and a critique on the discovery of America],

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0321_b_1 Gómez-Peña, Guillermo. [Presentation of related poetic works],

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0321_b_2 Fusco, Coco, and Guillermo Gómez-Peña. "Discussion,"

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0323 Klaniczay, Gábor. "The Ambivalence of Charisma: Late Medieval Female Sainthood and Witchcraft," June 16, 1992

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0347 Willumson, Glenn. "Threads in the Tapestry: A Reading of the Getty Center's Special Collections of Photography," August 7, 1992

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
 

Series I.G. Scholar Year 1992-1993

Scholar Year 1992/1993 audio recordings (on-site access only)

Scope and Content Note

Materials comprise recordings of events, lectures, and discussions held at the Getty during the scholar year 1992/1993. The theme for the year was "The Metropolis as Crucible." The Getty invited scholars to explore the metropolitan experience and its impact on culture in its many social, literary, industrial, and visual aspects. The fields of study represented included art, architecture, ethnic studies, literature, philosophy and film.

Arrangement note

The recordings are grouped first by symposia/theme, followed by a group of more general lectures and presentations. Within each group, the recordings are in chronological order.

Access Information

Due to rights restrictions, online versions of the recordings are available to on-site researchers only. A researcher may request use copies (CDs) of specific recordings for in-library use at his or her local library by placing a request through the Getty's Interlibrary Loan  program.
 

Series I.G.1. "Connections: Explorations in the Getty Center Collections by Raymond Pettibon, Ed Ruscha, Alexis Smith, and Buzz Spector," September 22 and 29, 1992

Scholar Year 1992/1993: Connections: Explorations in the Getty Center Collections by Raymond Pettibon, Ed Ruscha, Alexis Smith, and Buzz Spector audio recordings (on-site only access)

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)

Scope and Content Note

Materials comprise audio recordings from September 22 and 29, 1992, during which artists discuss their styles and working habits in relation to the 1992 exhibition "Connections: Explorations in the Getty Center Collections by Raymond Pettibon, Ed Ruscha, Alexis Smith, and Buzz Spector." This event was part of the Getty Scholar Year 1992/1993 themed "The Metropolis as Crucible."
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Session I. Lectures by the artists, September 22, 1992

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0348a1 Session I. Introduction, September 22, 1992

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0348a2 Spector, Buzz. Lecture, September 22, 1992

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0348a3 Poncy. Lecture for Ed Rusha, September 22, 1992

 

Series I.G.2. Renaissance to Risorgimento: Franklin Murphy Symposium, with H. George Fletcher, T. Kimball Brooker, James Wells, and Robert Middlekauff, October 15, 1992

Scholar Year 1992/1993: Renaissance to Risorgimento: Franklin Murphy Symposium audio recordings, (on-site access only)

Physical Description: (3 audiocassettes)

Scope and Content Note

Materials comprise audio recordings of a symposium held on October 15, 1992 that was part of a city-wide celebration of art historian Franklin D. Murphy's 75th birthday. The symposium coincided with "Renaissance to Risorgimento: An Exhibition of Italian Books and Manuscripts" that was on display at the Getty in honor of Dr. Murphy. This event was part of the Getty Scholar Year 1992/1993, which was themed "The Metropolis as Crucible."
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0352a1 Session introduction

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0352a2 Flectcher, H. George [The role of the Morgan and the Morgan library as American collector of rare books]

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0352b1 Brooker, T. Kimball

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0353a1 Discussion Session for Flecher and Brooker

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0353a2 Wells, James [Lecture on private collection during Franklin Murphy Symposium.]

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0354b1 Middlekauf, Robert.

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0354a1 Discussion Session for Wells and Middlekauff.

 

Series I.G.3. L.A. Public Programming. Jodo Shu Temple, March 4, 1993

Scholar Year 1992/1993: L.A. Public Programming. Jodo Shu Temple audio recordings (on-site only access)

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes and 2 sets of copies)

Scope and Content Note

Materials comprise audio recordings of discussions and lectures related to the performance, "Perspectives on LA at the Jodo Shu Betsuin Buddhist Temple," which was part of a series of public programs in downtown Los Angeles that coincided with the Getty/ CalArts joint conference on "The Aesthetics of Community-Based Art Making." The intent of the event was to discuss issues raised by the arts with respect to culture, identity, democracy, and education, while considering the arts as an agent of cultural change. This event was part of the Getty Scholar Year 1992/1993, which was themed "The Metropolis as Crucible."
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0392a1 Roberto Bedoya [Session introduction]

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0392a2 Gina and Marcy on Marcy's video

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0392a3 Daniel Marceo and Kimiko Roberts video presentation

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0392a4 Hasenflow, Sanchez, and Clay [presentation on their videos]

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0392a5 Session discussion

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0392b1 Martinez, Ruben [Performance lecture]

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0393a Panel dialogue on the idea of citizenship and art

 

Series I.G.4. Lectures and presentations:

Scholar Year 1992/1993: Lectures and presentations audio recordings (on-site access only)

Scope and Content Note

Materials comprise recordings of events, lectures, and discussions held at the Getty during the scholar year 1992/1993. The theme for the year was "The Metropolis as Crucible." The Getty invited scholars to explore the metropolitan experience and its impact on culture in its many social, literary, industrial, and visual aspects. The fields of study represented included art, architecture, ethnic studies, literature, philosophy and film.
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Wolf, Gerhard. "Mit sprache, gegen sprache (On Contemporary Experimental Literature in Germany)," January 7, 1993

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0376a1 Heiman, Herb. Lecture Introduction

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0376a2 Wolf, Gerhard. Part 1

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0376b Wolf, Gerhard. Part 2

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0377a Wolf, Gerhard. Part 3

 

LeFalle-Collins, Lizzetta, Paul Schimmel, Maurice Tuchman, Marcia Tucker. "On Contemporary Art: The Curator," Panel Discussion, January 25, 1993

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes and 1 set of copies)
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0384a1 Session Introduction 1993

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0384a2 Tuchman, Maurice. Lecture "On Contemporary Art: The Curator."

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0384a3 LeFalle-Collins, Lizzetta. Schimmel, Paul. Tucker, Marcia. Lecture. "On Contemporary Art: The Curator."

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0384b Panel Discussion. Part 1

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0385 Panel Discussion. Part 2

 

Komar, Vitaly and Alexander Melamid. Lecture, February 11, 1993

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette and 1 copy)
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0389a1 Session introduction

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0389a2 Komar, Vitaly and Alexander Melamid. Joint Lecture on Capitalist Art

 

Ligeti, Gyorgy. "Trio for Violin, Horn and Piano," Performance and Discussion, February 23, 1993

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0391a1 Lecture Introduction

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0391a2 Ligeti, Gyorgy. "Trio for Violin, Horn and Piano" Performance

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0391a3 Ligeti, Gyorgy. "Trio for Violin, Horn and Piano." Lecture

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0390a1 Lecture Discussion

 

MADRES (Mothers and Daughters Reaching Empowered States). Aesthetics of Community Based Art Making: "From the Margins to Center Stage," March 6, 1993

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0398a1 Introduction on MADRES [first few minutes of recording is contaminated with noise]

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0398a2 Performance on "From the Margins to Center Stage" by MADRES

 

Corboz, André. "On the Cultural Sources of the American Territorial Grid: Thomas Jefferson and the Land Ordinance of 1784," March 8, 1993

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0399a1 Introduction

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0399a2 Lecture

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0399b1 Audience questions

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Fabian, Johannes. "Beyond the 'Written' and the 'Oral': Performance and the Production of History in Popular Painting," April 26, 1993

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0404a1 Introduction

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0404a2 Lecture

 

0404b1 Audience questions

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0405a1 Von Moos, Stanislaus. "The Museum and the City at the End of the Twentieth Century," April 27, 1993

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
 

Goodman, Mark. "Coming of Age: Millerton, New York, 1971-1991," May 20, 1993

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0406a1 Project Introduction

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0406a2 Lecture

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0406b1 Audience Discussion

 

Wolf, Christa. "Nagelprobe," May 24, 1993

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0407a1 Lecture

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0407b1 Audience discussion

 

Reed, Marcia. "Works in Progress: Documents in Contemporary Art in the Center's Collections," May 28, 1993

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette).

General note

The end of the introduction is missing. The beginning of the lecture is missing.
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0408a1 Session introduction

Physical Description:
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0408a2 Lecture

 

Werckmeister, Otto Karl. "Straightforward Art History," 1993

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0410a Otto, Karl. "Straightforward Art History," June 7, 1993

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
 

Series I.H. Scholar Year 1993-1994

Scholar Year 1993/1994 audio recordings (on-site access only)

Scope and Content Note

Materials comprise audio recordings of events, lectures, and discussions held at the Getty during the scholar year 1993/1994. The theme for the year was "The Americas." Scholars researched varied aspects of the cultures of the Americas, from Pre-Columbian times to the present and their contributions addressed issues related to empire, colonialism, diasporas, and cultural contact, as well as the impact of these events on artistic and cultural production.

Arrangement note

The recordings are grouped first by symposia/theme, followed by a group of more general lectures and presentations. Within each group, the recordings are in chronological order.

Access Information

Due to rights restrictions, online versions of the recordings are available to on-site researchers only. A researcher may request use copies (CDs) of specific recordings for in-library use at his or her local library by placing a request through the Getty's Interlibrary Loan  program.
 

Series I.H.1. Sexual Illegals, Barbershop Soundscape, Hittite Empire, September 7, 1993

Scholar Year 1993/1994: Sexual Illegals, Barbershop Soundscape, Hittite Empire audio recordings (on-site access only)

Scope and Content Note

Materials comprise audio recordings of an event held at the Getty during the scholar year 1993/1994 under the theme "The Americas." The recordings capture African American male poets/writers each telling a "story" or reciting a poem about an experience from their own lives and discussing why that memory is meaningful to them. Following individual readings is a discussion between writer-director Keith Antar Mason, professional barbers, and participating poets revealing the barbershop as central to African American culture--a place where men experience symbolic rites of passage and bond as they share experiences, folklore, and milestones in their lives.
The Getty documented the Hittite Empire theater troupe's process of connecting the oral history tradition transposed from Africa to L.A.'s urban barbershops. Keith Antar Mason's research on barbershops was the basis for a theater piece, "Sexual Illegals," performed by the Hittite Empire, which was one of five Memory Projects commissioned as part of the 1993 L.A. Festival. The recordings herein are related to this performance, but do not document it.
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0414a Datcher, Michael.

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0414b Toney, A.K. [Barbershop.]

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0414c [Nebuy, Nafeese?]

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0414d Discussion.

 

Series I.H.2. Women's Voices: Readings and Dialogue, September 12 and 19, 1993

Scholar Year 1993/1994: Women's Voices: Readings and Dialogue audio recordings (on-site access only)

Physical Description: (2 miniature audiocassettes)

Scope and Content Note

Materials comprise audio recordings of readings and conversation with women writers captured in September of 1993. The event was part of a series of readings by women writers, "New Voices/New Perceptions: Conversations among Women Writers of Los Angeles, Africa, and the Middle East" featuring prominent women writers. The complete series took place in August and September of 1993 and was co-sponsored by the Getty, the Los Angeles Festival, and the Lannan Foundation.
 

Dialogue and Exchange with: Salma Jayyusi, Gwendolyn Brooks, Shirley Kaufman, Naomi Shihab Nye, Partow Nooriala, Robin Podolsky and Saudra Sharpe, September 12, 1993

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0416a Part a

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0416b Part b

 

Dialogue and Exchange with: Bell Hooks, Thulani Davis, [Jessica Vangone?], Eloise Klein-Healy, June Jordan, Jacki Apple and Johanne Todd, September 19, 1993

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0417a Part a

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0417b Part b

 

Series I.H.3. Power and Responsibility, September 30-October 2, 1993

Scholar Year 1993/1994: Power and Responsibility audio recordings (on-site access only)

Physical Description: (10 audiocassettes)

Scope and Content Note

Materials comprise 1993 audio recordings of a symposium that explored questions about the nature of museums, their origins, their authority to "speak" on behalf of the populace, and the relationship of these issues to concepts of power. Issues are addressed from different perspectives influenced by various social, economic, and political conditions.
Participants included an international group of arts administrators, artists, curators, and critics who discuss issues of access to cultural decision-making, relationships between public and private spheres, questions of audience and community, and ethical concerns about the control of distribution of works of art, images, and ideas.
Panelists included David Avalos, visual artist, Los Angeles; Marie Claude-Beaud, Cartier Foundation, France; Olivier Debroise, novelist and culture critic, Mexico; Tom Finkelpearl, Public Arts Program, New York; Felix Gonzalez-Torres, artist, Group Material USA, New York; Vasif Kortun, curator, Istanbul; James Luna, artist, La Jolla Reservation, California; Declan McGonagle, Museum Director, Dublin, and others.
The symposium was planned jointly by the Getty, the California Institute for the Arts, and the Museum of Contemporary Art.
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Access, Institutional Power and Responsibility, September 30, 1993

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0418a Introduction

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0418b Abalos, David T. [Relationship between institutions and the public; support for all cultures of art]

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0419a Dunning, Jeanne. "The Anonymous Museum" [project]

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0419b McGonagle, Declan. [Lecture on reconsidering and redefining an inheritance in Dublin: socially, politically, and culturally]

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0420a Rose, Terry. [Lecture on museum institutions and the Los Angeles festival]

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0420b Discussion

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Audience and Community, October 1, 1993

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0424a Introduction

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0424b Guerra, Haridimos [?] "Power and the Intercultural Circulation of Art"

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0424c Kortun, Vasif. [Lecture on exhibition: confrontation, questioning, and experimentation]

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0424d Lina, James.? [Lecture on the representation of Indians]

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0424e Higa, Karin. [Lecture on ethnic groups and identities]

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0424f Discussion

General note

Recording of discussion is incomplete.
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Distribution and the Circulation of Ideas, October 1, 1993

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0421a Introduction

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0421b Du Bois, Oliviae. [Lecture on retention of power and self-consciousness: the real object of power]

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0422a Klonaridis, Caroline. [Lecture on single channel videos of art: media programs and support]

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0422b Arefin, Tony. [Lecture on city technology and interactive media: accessibility]

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0423a Neri, Louise. [Lecture on Parkett Magazine: interlocking issues in the art world]

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0423b Discussion

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Public and Private Spheres of Interest, October 2, 1993

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0425a Introduction

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0425b Funnell, Martha. "One Heart"

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0425c Nathan?. [Lecture on Y Corp?]

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0426a Finkelpearl, Tom. [Lecture on public, private, and community: class]

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0426b Gonzalez-Torres, Felix. [Lecture on culture: public construction]

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0427a Clippel, Nemuri [?] [Lecture on power and responsibility]

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0427b Discussion

 

Series I.H.4. Cine City: Film and Perceptions of Urban Space, 1895-1995, March 28-March 31, 1994

Scholar Year 1993/1994: Cine City: Film and Perceptions of Urban Space from 1895-1995, audio recordings (on-site access only)

Physical Description: (14 audiocassettes)

Scope and Content Note

Materials comprise audio recordings of lectures from "Cine City: Film and Perceptions of Urban Space, 1895-1995," a symposium that explored film's role in visualizing the future and how architecture has affected the evolution of film. The five-day international symposium brought together architects, filmmakers, production designers, and architecture and film historians to examine the city as represented in film and its relationship to built form. The symposium was held in 1994 conjunction with a two-week series of film screenings organized by the Getty that included documentaries, feature films, and experimental films.
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Cine City use copies

Physical Description: (4 CDs)
 

Session 1: Cinema and the Construction of the Future, March 28, 1994

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0469 Vidler, Anthony. [Lecture on film and how it anticipates metropolitan architecture and discussion of this and preceding lectures.]

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0470a1 Koch, Gertrud. [Lecture on face-to-face communication, the cinema, and early construction of city life.]

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0470a2 Bruno, Guiliana. "Siteseeing: Architecture, Tourism, and the Moving Image."

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0470b Response to Koch and Bruno lectures (unidentified speaker).

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0471a1 Gunning, Tom. "Kaleidoscope and X-Ray."

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0471a2 Tsivian, Yuri. [Lecture on how architectural images of the future translate into film.]

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0471b Panel discussion and audience questions.

 

Session 2, March 29, 1994

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0472a1 Kaes, Anton. Session introduction: [A city signified, reading the urban text.]

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0472a2 Noma, Fertz. [Lecture.]

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0472b Dimendberg, Ed. [Lecture.]

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0473a Zelinksi, Siegfried. [Stair formation as primal artifact of film architectonic.]

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0473b1 Discussion and audience questions.

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Weihsmann, Helmut

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0473b2 [Presentation on el bongard film], Part 1

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0474a [Presentation on el bongard film], Part 2

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0474b1 Discussion and audience questions.

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0474b2 Farocki, Harun. [Lecture.]

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0475a1 Fung, Hsin-Ming. [Lecture on the media and the making of architecture.]

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Pat, O'Neill

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0475a2 [Lecture], Part 1

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0475b1 [Lecture], Part 2

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0475b2 Audience questions

 

Session 3, March 30, 1994

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0476a1 White, Ian Boyd. [Introduction.]

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0476a2 Bosselmann, Peter. [Lecture on urban architecture and film: consequences of design and planning.]

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0476b Lunenfeld, Peter. [Lecture on the theory of imaging and technology.]

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0477a Hubert, Christian. [Lecture on hypertext; a model of cities and urban spaces.]

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0477b Stone, Allucquere Rosanne [Sandy]. [Lecture on prosthetic devices and their influence in electronic communities & architectural structures.]

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0478a1 Bukatman, Scott. [Introduction.]

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0478a2 Trumbull, Douglas. [Lecture on multimedia environments: computerated designs and manufacturing in cinema.]

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0478b Mead, Syd. [Lecture on problems of design and familiarity and unfamiliarity and design in the future.]

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0479a Rashid, Hani. [Lecture on interface with the non-utopian spaces of Los Angeles.]

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0479b Panel discussion and audience questions.

 

Session 3 [continued], March 31, 1994

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0480a Reese, Thomas F. and David Jensen. [Introduction.]

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0480b1 Sekula, Alan. [Lecture on maritime space: spacial extremes of panorama and encapsulation.]

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0480b2 Lord, Catherine. [Lecture on making the earth move: sexual minorities in Los Angeles.]

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0481a1 Burnett, Charles. [Lecture on minorities and racism and their representation in film and art.]

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0481a2 Response to the first panel.

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0481b1 Dear, Michael. [Lecture on the spaces and meanings of Los Angeles; and the struggles on the modes of representation.]

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0481b2 Hayden, Dolores. [Lecture on cultural landscape: history, identity, and urban design.]

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0482a1 James, David E. "Los Angeles: The Most Typical Avant-Garde."

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0482a2 Israel, Franklin. [Lecture on his transformation of exposure to the film industry in Los Angeles.]

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0482b Final Discussion.

 

Series I.H.5. Imaging the City in the Americas: The Formation and Display of Urban Identity around 1910

Scholar Year 1993/1994: Imaging the City in the Americas: The Formation and Display of Urban Identity around 1910, audio recordings (on-site access only)

Scope and Content Note

Materials comprise 1994 audio recordings of seminars that launched a continued lecture series, "Imaging the City in the Americas. . ." The prototypical seminar was developed by Thomas Reese and a Getty research group that included Claudia Bohn-Spector, Research Project Analyst; Wim De Wit, Head of Special Collections; Margarita Gutman, Getty Scholar, 1993-1994; and Carol McMichael Reese, Scholar Associate. According to Reese, "the research focus of the seminar [was] to consider how the image of the American city came into being and how it functioned in the construction of civic identities. In a multidisciplinary and comparative approach to the subject, and within the context of social, political, and economic conditions of urbanization, the seminar [focused] on selected cities that experienced rapid demographic change and economic expansion in the early 20th century, in order to examine the relationship between the politics of their development and their visual representation in popular culture, art, and literature. The objective [was] to illuminate not only the means by which ideas and images of urban form were constructed for, as well as by, various urban constituencies, but also the full range of modernist technologies that were harnessed for these purposes. Initial seminar sessions focused on Mexico City, Buenos Aires, and Los Angeles."
 

Reese, Carol McMichael and Thomas Reese. "Revolutionary Urban Legends: Porfirio Diaz's Celebrations of the Centennial of Mexican Independence in 1910," March 15, 1994

Physical Description: (3 audiocassettes)
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0463 Part 1

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0464a Part 2

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0464b Part 3

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0465 Part 4

 

Gutman, Margarita. "Idealizing the City: Anticipating the Future and Constructing Public Space in Buenos Aires in 1910," Lecture and Discussion, April 13, 1994

Physical Description: (3 audiocassettes)
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0486 Lecture, Part 1

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0487a Discussion, Part 2

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0487b Discussion, Part 3

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0488 Discussion, Part 4

 

Deverell, William, Becky Nicolaides and Martin Padget. "Shaping Identities and Exporting the Image of Los Angeles: Metropolitan Image-Making and its Role on the Local, National and International Stage," April 29, 1994

Physical Description: (3 audiocassettes)
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0499a Deverell, William. Part 1

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0499b Padget, Martin. Part 2

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0500 Nicolaides, Becky. Part 3

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0501a Discussion. Part 4

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0501b Discussion. Part 5

 

Kristal, Efrain. "The Pampa and the Ethos of Buenos Aires," May 25, 1994

Physical Description: (3 audiocassettes)
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0517 Kristal, Efrain. Part 1

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0518a Discussion. Part 2

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0518b Discussion. Part 3

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0519 Discussion. Part 4

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0521 Toscano, Alejandra Moreno. Introduction to screening of Memorias de un Mexicano, June 6, 1994

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
 

Bohn-Spector, Claudia; Aurelio de los Reyes; Cristina Cuevas-Wolf; and Ulrich Keller. "Viewing the City: The Representation of American Cityscapes in Photography and Film," June 7, 1994

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0522a de los Reyes, Aurelio. Part 1

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0522b Cuevas-Wolf, Cristina. Part 2

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0522c Bohn-Spector, Claudia. Part 3

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0522d Keller, Ulrich. Part 4

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0523 Discussion. Part 5

 

Seeries I.H.6. Fifteenth-Century Flemish Portraiture

Scholar Year 1993/1994: Fifteenth-Century Flemish Portraiture audio recordings (on-site access only)

Scope and Content Note

Materials comprise audio recordings of a series of instructional lectures presented by art historian Linda Seidel during the scholar year 1993/1994. These five lectures, although hosted by the Getty, were thematically unrelated to other events that year; they were part of a graduate seminar taught by Professor Seidel at UCLA. The lectures focus on Flemish portraiture in the 15th century with significant attention paid to the Arnolfini Wedding Portrait, Ghent Altarpiece, and Freidsam Annunciation by Jan Van Eyck. Lectures touch on work by Robert Campin, Willem van Haecht, and many others. Seidel also discusses Erwin Panofsky's book Early Netherlandish Painting, explores relationships between the writings of Pliny and Flemish painting, and talks about the influences of the culture and religion of the 15th century upon the paintings of the time.
 

Seidel, Linda. "Mirrors of Meaning: Marriage as Metaphor," April 20, 1994

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes and 1 set of copies)
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0495 Part 1

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0496 Part 2

 

Seidel, Linda. "Painted Promise: Art as Talisman and Testimony," April 27, 1994

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0497a Part 1

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0497b Part 2

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0498 Part 3

 

Seidel, Linda. "Framework and Frameup: Reception and Deception," May 1, 1994

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes and 1 set of copies)
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0509a Part 1

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0509b Part 2

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0510 Part 3

 

Seidel, Linda. "Giving, Getting, Begetting: The Art of Exchange," May 4, 1994

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes and 1 set of copies)
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0504a Part 1

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0504b Part 2

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0505 Part 3

 

Seidel, Linda. "Resisting the Past: Pliny, Josephus and Franco-Flemish Art," May 18, 1994

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0512a Part 1

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0512b Part 2

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0513a Part 3

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0513b Part 4

 

Series I.H.7. Lectures and presentations:

Scholar Year 1993/1994: Lectures and presentations audio recordings (on-site access only)

Scope and Content Note

Materials comprise audio recordings of events, lectures, and discussions held at the Getty during the scholar year 1993/1994 that were not part of larger symposia or series within that year. The theme for the year was "The Americas." Scholars researched a very wide variety of topics related to the cultures of the Americas, from Pre-Columbian times to the present and their contributions addressed issues related to empire, colonialism, diasporas, and cultural contact, as well as the impact of these events on artistic and cultural production.
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The Estate Project for Artists with Aids, October 13, 1993

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0428a Part 1

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0428b Part 2

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0429 Purcell, Rosamund. "Eden in a Jar: The Collector, the Curator, and the Camera," October 25, 1993

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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Gutiérrez, Ramón. "The Politics of Periodization in Chicano History," November 2, 1993

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0430a Part 1

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0430b Part 2

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de Alva, J. Jorge Klor. "Black-Brown Relations: The Allure of Optimism, the Politics of Despair, and the Question of Identity," November 30, 1993

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0431 Part 1

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0432 Part 2

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Edelstein, J.M. "The Getty Center Collects," December 2, 1993

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0433a Part 1

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0433b Part 2

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The Power of the Tomb: Elite Burial and Ideology in Ancient Culture (produced in conjunction with the Fowler Museum's "Royal Tombs of Sipan" exhibit), December 4, 1993

Physical Description: (3 audiocassettes and 3 copies)
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0434a Richard. "Interpreting the Burial of an Initial Period Leader from Cardal on the Central Coast of Peru."

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0434b Unknown. "Beyond Burial Death Transformation and Renewal."

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0435a Donnan, Chris. "The Elite Burial of the Moche."

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0435b Calf Mendoy?, Federico. "Death in Ancient Peru and its Expression in the Seppucrows of the Amazonian Andes."

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0436 Discussion on the power of the tomb.

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0443 Yau, John. Excerpts from "Conversation at Midnight," December 8, 1993

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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Hyde, Lewis. "'Change the Rap and Slip the Trap,' or How Hermes Makes Himself at Home," January 11, 1994

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0446 Part 1

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0447 Part 2, discussion

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"Architects," March 1, 1994

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0457a Fisher, Mark. Introduction to "Architects"

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0457b Houben, Francine. [Lecture on architecture: themes and composition.]

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0458 Nio, Maurice. [Lecture on his architectural projects.]

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Gutierrez, Ramon. "La Persistencia de la Centralidad en Las Plazas Mayores Americanas. El Caso de Buenos Aires," March 7, 1994

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0459 Part 1

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0460 Part 2

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Meadow, Mark. "Aertsen's Christ in the House of Martha and Mary, Serlio's Architecture and the Meaning of Location," March 8, 1994

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0461 Part 1

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0462 Part 2

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Grementieri, Fabio. "Turn of the Century Architecture in Argentina: The High Game of Transliteration," March 17, 1994

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0466 Part 1

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0467 Part 2

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Schimmelpfennig, Bernhard. "The Known, Unknown 'Founder of California': Junipero Serra: Myth and Reality on His Native Island Mallorca," April 5, 1994

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0483 Part 1

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0484 Part 2

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Morse, Richard. "Urban Modernism in Sao Paulo and Buenos Aires, 1910-30 (with a note on Mexico)," April 12, 1994

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0485a Part 1

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0485b Part 2

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Baza, Larry, Stephen Berens, Lauren Lesko, Nobuho Nagasawa, Randy Sommer, Fred Wilson and Roberto Bedoya. "On Contemporary Art: Alternatives," Panel Discussion, April 19, 1994

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0489a Part 1

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0489b Part 2

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0490 Part 3

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Branham, Joan R. "Women, Blood and Boundaries in Late Antique and Early Medieval Sacred Spaces," April 19, 1994

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0491 Part 1

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0492 Part 2

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Rosenthal, Rachel and Harry Gamboa, Jr. "Connections 2: Explorations in the Getty Center Collections by Harry Gamboa, Jr., Nobuho Nagasawa, Noah Purifoy and Rachel Rosenthal," May 17, 1994

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0511a Rosenthal, Rachel and David Jensen. Part 1

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0511b Gamboa, Harry lecture and discussion. Part 2

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Loomis, John A. "Politically Incorrect? Unacknowledged Architectural Masterpieces of the Cuban Revolution," May 23, 1994

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0514a Part 1

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0514b Part 2

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0515 Part 3

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Nagasawa, Nobuho and Noah Purifoy. "Connections 2: Explorations in the Getty Center Collections by Harry Gamboa, Jr., Nobuho Nagasawa, Noah Purifoy and Rachel Rosenthal," May 24, 1994

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0516a Purifoy, Noah. Part 1

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0516b Nagasawa, Nobuho. Part 2

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0516c Discussion. Part 3

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De Los Santos, Nancy, Liz Guillen, Ramon Gutierrez, Mauricio Mazon, Luis Rodriguez. "In Conversation: Being Latino," June 1, 1994

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0520a Part 1

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0520b Part 2

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de Alva, J. Jorge Klor. "Cultural Difference and Democracy: Against Cochlear Implants, the Integration of Indians and Apartheid by any Name," June 8, 1994

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0524a Part 1

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0524b Part 2

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0525 Part 3

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Leclerc, Gustavo, Daniel Martinez, Leticia Quezada, Josephine Ramirez, and Father Juan Santillan. "In Conversation: Being Latino", June 8, 1994

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0527 Part 1

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0528 Part 2

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Vergara, Camilo Jose and Mike Davis, "Documenting the New American Ghetto," Work in Progress Lecture and Discussion, June 9, 1994

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0529a Vergara, Camilo Jose. Part 1

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0529b Davis, Mike. Part 2

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0530 Discussion. Part 3

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Reese, Thomas F. "The Nuevas Poblaciones de Sierra Morena y Andalucia: Colonization and Agrarian Reform in Eighteenth-Century Spain," June 14, 1994

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0533 Part 1

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0534 Part 2

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Settis, Salvatore. "Art History as a Comparison of Cultures: Aby Warburg, the Pueblo Indians and the Nachleben der Antile, " Director's Research Seminar, June 20, 1994

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0535a Settis, Salvatore. Part 1

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0535b Settis, Salvatore. Part 2

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0536 Discussion. Part 3

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True, Marion. "It's Who You Know that Counts: Immortalized Friends of Alexander the Great," Director's Research Seminar, June 27, 1994

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0537a True, Marion. Part 1

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0537b Discussion. Part 2

 

Series I.I. Scholar Year 1994-1995

Scholar Year 1994/1995 audio recordings (on-site access only)

Scope and Content Note

Materials comprise recordings of events, lectures, and discussions held at the Getty during the scholar year 1994/1995, which was themed "Memory." The GRI extended invitations to a broad range of scholars whose work explored the subject of memory as a psychological, cultural, and historical practice. A particular focus of study was the modes in which memory is organized, whether oral, corporeal, or institutional.

Arrangement note

The recordings are grouped first by symposia/theme, followed by a group of more general lectures and presentations. Within each group, the recordings are in chronological order.

Access Information

Due to rights restrictions, online versions of the recordings are available to on-site researchers only. A researcher may request use copies (CDs) of specific recordings for in-library use at his or her local library by placing a request through the Getty's Interlibrary Loan  program.
 

Series I.I.1. Imaging the City in the Americas: The Formation and Display of Urban Identity around 1910

Scholar Year 1994/1995: Imaging the City in the Americas: The Formation and Display of Urban Identity around 1910, audio recordings (on-site access only)

Scope and Content Note

Materials comprise 1994-1995 recordings of the seminar "Imaging the City in the Americas." According to director Thomas F. Reese, the "research focus of the seminar is to consider how the image of the American city came into being and how it functioned in the construction of civic identities. In a multidisciplinary and comparative approach to the subject, and within the context of social, political, and economic conditions of urbanization, the seminar focuses on selected cities that experienced rapid demographic change and economic expansion in the early 20th century, in order to examine the relationship between the politics of their development and their visual representation in popular culture, art, and literature. The objective is to illuminate not only the means by which ideas and images of urban form were constructed for, as well as by, various urban constituencies, but also the full range of modernist technologies that were harnessed for these purposes."
 

Borges, Dain. "Imaging Rio: Spiritism, Spectatorship and the face of the Crowd during Carioca, Belle Epoque," December 12, 1994

Physical Description: (3 audiocassettes)
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0572 Borges, Dain. Part 1

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0573 Discussion. Part 2

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0574a Discussion. Part 3

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0574b Discussion. Part 4

 

Valdez, Rafael Lopez, Stephan Palmie and David Brown. "Imaging Havana: The City's Cultural Milieu Under U.S. Occupation." May 8, 1995

Physical Description: (3 audiocassettes)
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0627a Valdez, Rafael Lopez. Part 1

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0627b Palmie, Stephan. Part 2

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0628 Brown, David. Part 3

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0629 Discussion. Part 4

 

Lambert, Phyllis, Alan Stewart and Robbert Flick. "From Fortified Town to Metropolis: A New Role for Digitized Information in Imaging and Exhibiting Montreal," June 14, 1995

Physical Description: (3 audiocassettes and 1 set of copies)
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0651a Lambert, Phyllis. Part 1

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0651b Lambert, Phyllis. Part 2

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0652 Discussion. Part 3

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0653 Discussion. Part 4

 

"The American City in the Photographer's Eye," June 20-21, 1995

Physical Description: (5 audiocassettes)
 

McElroy, Keith, Luis Priamo, Boris Kossoy. part 1, June 20, 1995

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0659a Part 1a

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0659b Part 1b

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0660 Part 1c

 

Hales, Peter, Alejandro Castellanos-Cadena. part 2, June 21, 1995

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0661a Part 2a

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0661b Part 2b

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0662 Part 2c

 

Aleandro Castianos, part 3, June 21, 1995

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0663a Part 3a

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0663b Part 3b

 

Series I.I.2. Imaging the Us: An Exploration of Autobiographical Writings:

Scholar Year 1994/1995: Imaging the Us: An Exploration of Autobiographical Writings audio recordings (on-site access only)

Scope and Content Note

Materials comprise recordings of a series of readings, interviews, and discussions based on the theme, "Imaging the Us." Some of the events in the series were held at the Los Angeles Central Library in April of 1995 and included participants Quincy Troupe, Dorothy Allison, Isaac Julien, Gioconda Belli, Anchee Min, and Greg Sarris, who read from their own autobiographical works and discussed the relationships among autobiographical writing, memory, and the articulation of an "Us." The second aspect of the series was a sequence of radio interviews/discussions with authors hosted by Michael Silverblatt on KCRW. This series of radio interviews, a collaboration between Bookworm and the Getty Center for the History of Art and the Humanities, centered around autobiography and collective memory within the "Imaging the Us" theme.
 

Troupe, Quincy and Isaac Julien. "Improvising Lives." April 11, 1995

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0612a Part 1

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0612b Part 2

 

Belli, Giocanda and Anchee Min. "Memoirs as Social Testimony and Acts of Resistance." April 18, 1995

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0615 Part 1

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0616 Part 2

 

Allison, Dorothy and Greg Sarris. "Passing: Class, Race and Stories." April 25, 1995

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0619a Part 1

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0619b Part 2

 

KCRW. Imaging the Us, April 1995

Physical Description: (3 audiocassettes)
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0603a Cisneros, Sandra. Part 1

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0603b Troupe, Quincy. Part 2

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0604a Allende, Isabel. Part 3

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0604b Sarris, Greg and Dorothy Allison. Part 4

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0605a Min, Anchee. Part 5

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0605b Galeano, Eduardo. Part 6

 

Series I.I.3. Ginzburg, Carlo. "Making Things Strange: The Prehistory of a Literary Device"

Scholar Year 1994/1995: Ginzburg, Carlo. "Making Things Strange: The Prehistory of a Literary Device" audio recordings (on-site access only)

Scope and Content Note

The audio recordings capture lectures presented by Carlo Ginzburg in the spring of 1995 as he discusses the concept of "Making Things Strange." Ginzburg suggests that gaining perspective on some works of art is best achieved by distancing oneself from the work, and that this type of estrangement is a literary device with its own unique history.
 

Making Things Strange. Part 1, April 12, 1995

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0613a Part 1a

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0613b Part 1b

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0614 Part 1c

 

Making Things Strange. Part 2, April 26, 1995

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0620a Part 2a

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0620b Part 2b

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0621a Part 2c

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0621b Part 2d

 

Making Things Strange. Part 3, May 3, 1995

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0625a Part 3a

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0625b Part 3b

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0626 Part 3c

 

Making Things Strange. Part 4, May 10, 1995

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0631a Part 4a

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0631b Part 4b

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0632 Part 4c

 

Making Things Strange. Part 5, May 17, 1995

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0641a Part 5a

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0641b Part 5b

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0642a Part 5c

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0642b Part 5d

 

Making Things Strange. Part 6, May 24, 1995

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0643a Part 6a

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0643b Part 6b

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0644a Part 6c

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0644b Part 6d

 

Making Things Strange. Part 7, May 31, 1995

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0647a Part 7a

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0647b Part 7b

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0648 Part 7c

 

Series I.I.4. Lectures and presentations:

Scholar Year 1994/1995: Lectures and presentations audio recordings (on-site access only)

Scope and Content Note

Materials comprise audio recordings of events, lectures, and discussions held at the Getty during the scholar year 1994/1995 that were not part of larger symposia or series within that year. For the 1994/1995 year, invitations were extended to a broad range of scholars whose work explored the subject of memory as a psychological, cultural, and historical practice. A particular focus of study was the modes in which memory is organized, whether oral, corporeal, or institutional.
 

Tainter, Joseph. "Why Civilizations Collapse," Director's Research Seminar, September 20, 1994

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0544a Tainter, Joseph. Part 1

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0544b Discussion. Part 2

 

Fredericksen, Burton. "Documents for the History of Collecting (on Disc)," Director's Research Seminar, September 20, 1994

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0545a Part 1

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0545b Part 2

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0546 Lavin, Sylvia. "The Scandal of the Speaking Tree: Watelet's 'Essau sur les jardins,'" Work in Progress Lecture, September 30, 1994

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0547 Stone, Marla. "Hegemonic Pluralism: State Patronage of the Fine Arts in Fascist Italy," Work in Progress Lecture, October 14, 1994

 

West, Cornel and Jorge Klor de Alva. "Black Brown Relations: Are Alliances Possible?" October 23, 1994

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes and 1 set of copies)
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0549a Part 1

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0549b Part 2

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0550 Part 3

 

Thompson, Lloyd. "Your Roman Ancestors and Mine: The Urge to Recolor Roman Antiquity," Director's Lecture Series, November 3, 1994

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0553 Part 1

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0554 Part 2

 

Howe, Eunice. "Woman's Place at the Hospital and Church of Santo Spirito in Sassia during the Renaissance," Work in Progress Lecture, November 11, 1994

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0555 Howe, Eunice. Part 1

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0556 Discussion. Part 2

 

Pierantoni, Ruggero. "The Graphical and Pictorial Representation of Movement: Its Tricks, Triumphs and Failures," Director's Lecture Series, November 21, 1994

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0558a Pierantoni, Ruggero. Part 1

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0558b Discussion. Part 2

 

Maffei, Lamberto. "Visual Perception and Painting," Director's Research Seminars, November 22, 1994

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0559 Maffei, Lamberto. Part 1

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0560 Discussion. Part 2

 

Pollini, John. "The Augustus from Prima Porta and the Transformation of the Polydeitan Heroic Ideal," Director's Research Seminars, December 1, 1994

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0562 Pollini, John. Part 1

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0563 Discussion. Part 2

 

Revel, Jacques. "Narrative Strategies, Historical Knowledge," Director's Research Seminars, December 7, 1994

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0564 Revel, Jacques. Part 1

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0565a Discussion. Part 2

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0565b Discussion. Part 3

 

Hobsbawm, Eric. "State, Ethnicity, Religion and Collective Identity," Director's Lecture Series, December 8, 1994

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes and 1 set of copies)
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0566 Hobsbawm, Eric. Part 1

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0567 Discussion. Part 2

 

Ostrow, Steven F. "'The Moon, whose Orb Through Optic Glass the Tuscan artist views': Cigoli's Immaculate Virgin and Galileo's Moon," Work in Progress Lecture, December 9, 1994

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0570 Ostrow, Steven F. Part 1

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0571 Discussion. Part 2

 

Mossetto, Gianfranco. "The Economics of Counterfeiting," Director's Research Seminar, December 13, 1994

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0575 Mossetto, Gianfranco. Part 1

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0576 Discussion. Part 2

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0577 Coerver, Chad. "Imaging Adultery in the Quattrocento: The Case of Pier Maria Rossi," January 10, 1995

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
 

Meadow, Mark. "Brueghel's Procession to Calvary, Aemulatio and the Space of Vernacular Style," Work in Progress Lecture and Discussion, January 20, 1995

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0578 Meadow, Mark. Part 1

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0579a Discussion. Part 2

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0579b Discussion. Part 3

 

Mereweather, Charles. "Disputing the Sacred and the Dead," Director's Research Seminar, February 2, 1995

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0580a Mereweather, Charles. Part 1

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0580b Mereweather, Charles. Part 2

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0581 Discussion. Part 3

 

Muller, Heiner. A reading of recent work with Brigitte Mayer, February 7, 1995

Physical Description: (3 audiocassettes)
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0582a Part 1

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0582b Part 2

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0583 Part 3

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0584 Part 4

 

Settis, Salvatore. " An Adulteress: Giorgione and Titian," Director's Research Seminars, February 9, 1995

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0585a Settis, Salvatore. Part 1

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0585b Settis, Salvatore. Part 2

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0586a Settis, Salvatore. Part 3

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0586b Discussion. Part 4

 

Ginzburg, Carlo. "The Painter and the Jester: Jean Fouquet's Portrait of Gonella, February 14, 1995

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0587a Ginzburg, Carlo. Part 1

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0587b Ginzburg, Carlo. Part 2

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0588 Discussion. Part 3

 

Hess, Catherine. "The Gentili Family Archive and the Early Use of Pounced Design for Maiolica Decoration," Director's Research Seminar, February 16, 1995

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0589a Hess, Catherine. Part 1

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0589b Discussion. Part 2

 

Crawford, Margaret. "The Architecture of Everyday Life," Work in Progress Lecture, February 17, 1995

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0590a Crawford, Margaret. Part 1

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0590b Discussion. Part 2

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0591 Discussion. Part 3

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0592 Bolzoni, Lina. "Memory and Invention between the Fourteenth and Sixteenth Centuries," Director's Lecture Series, March 2, 1995

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0593 Bolzoni, Lina. "The Images of the Printed Page and the Images of the Art of Memory: Two Examples from the Sixteenth Century," Director's Research Seminar, March 9, 1995

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
 

Marshall, Robert, Jennifer Watts, Victoria Steele, Frances Terpak and Mike Davis. "Collections and Archival Repositories: In Search of Urban History," Panel Discussion March 13, 1995

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0594a Part 1

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0594b Part 2

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0595 Part 3

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0596 Kort, Pamela. "Beuys, Immendorff and the Arena of the Impassioned Self," March 14, 1995

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)

Scope and Content Note

Content only contains 4 minutes.
 

Walker, Dean. "Playing with Time: Recent Research on Fiske Kimball's Installation of Period Rooms (1500-1800) at the Philadelphia Museum of Art," Director's Lecture Series, March 16, 1995

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0597a Part 1

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0597b Part 2

 

Siegfried, Susan. "Eroticized Viewing: Women and Boys in Post-Revolutionary French Genre Painting," Work in Progress Lecture, March 17, 1995

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0598a Siegfried, Susan. Part 1

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0598b Siegfried, Susan. Part 2

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0599a Discussion. Part 3

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0599b Discussion. Part 4

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0600 Franko, Mark. "The King's Material Body," March 21, 1995

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette and 1 copy)
 

Assmann, Aleida. "Stabilizers of Memory: Affect, Symbol, Trauma," March 23, 1995

 

0601-0602 Original recordings

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0601 Assmann, Aleida. Part 1

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0602 Discussion. Part 2

 

0951-0952 Duplication masters

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0951 Assmann, Aleida. Part 1

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0952 Discussion. Part 2

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Use copy

Physical Description: (1 CD)
 

Roth, Michael. "Trauma, Representation and Historical Consciousness," April 4, 1995

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes and 1 set of copies)

Scope and Content Note

Audio files 0608-0609 are copies of 0606-0607
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0606 Part 1

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0607 Part 2

 

Settis, Salvatore. "More a Library than a Man," Director's Research Seminar, April 11, 1995

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0610 Part 1

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0611 Part 2

 

Franko, Mark. "Novantiqua: The Choreography of Memory," April 25, 1995

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0617a Part 1

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0617b Part 2

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0618 Part 3

 

Silverman, Debora. "Weaving Paintings: Religious and Social Origins of Van Gogh's Craft Labor," Work in Progress Lecture, April 28, 1995

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0622a Part 1

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0622b Part 2

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0623 Part 3

 

Jacob, Christian. "From the Sphere to the Map: Conceptual Background, Social and Intellectual Practices Around Geographical Maps in the Hellenistic and Graeco-Roman World," May 2, 1995

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0624a Part 1

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0624b Part 2

 

Carruthers, Mary. "'Remembering Heaven and Hell': Invention and Memory in Medieval Monastic Culture," May 9, 1995

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0630a Part 1

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0630b Part 2

 

Morton, Pat. "Hybridity: Theorizing the Margins of Architecture," Work in Progress Lecture, May 12, 1995

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0633 Part 1

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0634 Part 2

 

Rubin, Gayle, Richard Myer, Michael Warner, and Carol Vance. Censorship and Silencing: Practices of Cultural Regulation, May 12, 1995

Physical Description: (4 audiocassettes)

Scope and Content Note

Part of Richard Myer's lecture is missing. Brian Freeman's lecture is missing.
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0635a Rubin, Gayle. Part 1

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0635b Rubin, Gayle. Part 2

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0636a Myer, Richard. Part 3

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0636b Warner, Michael. Part 4

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0637 Vance, Carol. Part 5

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0638 Discussion. Part 6

 

L.A. Archives and Collections Series. "The Production of the Authentic Voice: Artists and Scholars as Users of Collections and Archives," May 15, 1995

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0639a Part 1

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0639b Part 2

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0640a Part 3

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0640b Part 4

 

Severi, Carlo. "Lasting Words, Lost Writings," May 30, 1995

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0645a Part 1

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0645b Part 2

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0646 Part 3

 

Severi, Carlo. Seminar, June 13, 1995

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0649a Part 1

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0649b Part 2

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0650 Part 3

 

657-658 Assmann, Jan. "Moses and the Reinvention of Egypt: Egypt and the Abolition of the Mosaic Distinction," June 15, 1995

 

Original recordings

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0657 Part 1

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0658 Part 2

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Use copy

Physical Description: (1 CD)
 

Suspects: Culture, Welfare, Community, Defining civic responsibilities in a time of social denial, June 21, 1995

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0664a Part 1

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0664b Part 2

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0645 Part 3

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0666 Reese, Tom and unidentified artist. Center for the Study of Political Graphics. Lecture. June 28, 1995

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
 

L.A. Archives and Collections Discussion Series: Apodaca, Paul, Mayme Clayton, Carolyn Kozo Cole, Kevin Mulroy. "Personal Preference, Collection Policy, and the Historical Record: Public and Private Collectors," Panel Discussion. July 25, 1995

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0667a Part 1

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0667b Part 2

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0668a Part 3

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0668b Part 4

 

Series I.J. Scholar Year 1995-1996

Scholar Year 1995/1996 audio recordings (on-site access only)

Scope and Content Note

Materials comprise recordings of events, lectures, and discussions held at the Getty during the scholar year 1995/1996. During this time Getty scholars explored the theme "The Nature and Idea of Collecting" as a topic broadly defined to include: the social and institutional practice of collecting; how it reflects the values of a given community, region, and era; systems of display and classification; and the emergence of new languages and classes of collecting. Among the areas studied by this year's Getty Scholars were the collecting practices of Renaissance Italy, the dispersal of the art collections of Great Britain after the Civil Wars of 1640, and the social function of collecting in Oceanic cultures.

Arrangement note

The recordings are grouped first by symposia/theme, followed by a group of more general lectures and presentations. Within each group, the recordings are in chronological order.

Access Information

Due to rights restrictions, online versions of the recordings are available to on-site researchers only. A researcher may request use copies (CDs) of specific recordings for in-library use at his or her local library by placing a request through the Getty's Interlibrary Loan  program.
 

Series I.J.1. Mapping Contemporary Native American Culture, March 5-9, 1996

Scholar Year 1995/1996: Mapping Contemporary Native American Culture audio recordings (on-site access only)

Physical Description: (8 audiocassettes)

Scope and Content Note

Artists, writers, curators, scholars, and activists from the United States and Canada explored contemporary Native American cultural issues during a week-long series of programs presented by the Getty Center for the History of Art and the Humanities. Through discussion and performance, the participants exchanged ideas, strategies, stories, and histories that mapped the changing cultural topographies of indigenous North America.
 

Champagne, Duane, Suzan Shown Harjo, Edgar Heap of Birds, Robert Allen Warrior. "Indigenous Thought and Intellectual Work," March 5, 1996

 

0709 Part 1

 

0710 Part 2

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McMaster, Gerald, Jolene Rickard, Greg Sarris and Paul Chaat Smith. "Making Art, Making Indians: Cultural Practices and Native Identities," March 6, 1996

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0711a Part 1

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0711b Part 2

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0712 Part 3

 

Series I.J.2. Dosso Dossi and His Age, May 9-11, 1996

Scholar Year 1995/1996: Dosso Dossi and His Age audio recordings (on-site access only)

Physical Description: (13 audiocassettes and 1 set of copies)

Scope and Content Note

Materials comprise audio recordings of a series of lectures organized by the Getty Research Institute to examine Dosso's style, artistic influences, iconography, and historical context. The lectures anticipated the Getty Museum's 1999 exhibition, "Dosso Dossi, Court Painter in Renaissance Ferrara."
 

"Mantua in the Age of Isabella D'Este" and "Ferrara in the Age of Alfonso I," May 9, 1996

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0954 Part 1

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0955 Part 2

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0956 Part 3

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0957 Part 4

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0958 Part 5

 

"Rome as a Crossroads" and "Style and Iconography," May 10, 1996

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0960a Part 1

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0960b Part 2

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0961a Part 3

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0961b Part 4

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0962a Part 5

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0962b Part 6

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0963 Part 7

 

Roundtable Discussion, May 11, 1996

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0743 Part 1

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0744 Part 2

 

Series I.J.3. Bredekamp, Horst. "The Brandenburg-Prussian Kunstkammer," June 20-21, 1996

Scholar Year 1995/1996: Bredekamp, Horst. "The Brandenburg-Prussian Kunstkammer" audio recordings (on-site access only)

Physical Description: (4 audiocassettes and 1 set of copies)

Scope and Content Note

Materials comprise audio recordings of a series of lectures inspired by the idea of the Kunstkammer, that focus on private collections in the 17th and 18th centuries and the evolution of public museums, particularly in Germany. The lectures were part of the Getty Scholar Program for 1995-1996 that explored the theme "The Nature and Idea of Collecting."
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Session 1: June 20, 1996

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0981a Avenarius, Gundula. "The Beginnings of Collecting: The Kunstkammer from the Time of Elector Joachim II to Elector George William, 1535-1640."

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0981b Matyssek, Angela. "The Kunstkammer Inventory of 1605."

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0982a Klotz, Katharina and discussion. "The Brandenburg-Prussian Kunstkammer during the Reign of Frederick III/I in Prussia, 1688-1713."

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Session 2: June 21, 1996

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0985a Segelken, Barbara. "The Kunstkammer During the Reign of Frederick William I, 1713-1740."

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0985b Dietze, Peter. "Collecting Activities and Structural Changes from the Late Eighteenth Century."

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0986a Kornmeier, Uta. "The Dissolution of the Kunstkammer in the Nineteenth Century and the Rise of the Berlin Museum."

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0986b Discussion.

 

Series I.J.4. Lectures and presentations:

Scholar Year 1995/1996: Lectures and presentations audio recordings (on-site access only)

Scope and Content Note

Materials comprise recordings of events, lectures, and discussions held at the Getty during the scholar year 1995/1996. During this time Getty scholars explored the theme "The Nature and Idea of Collecting" as a topic broadly defined to include: the social and institutional practice of collecting; how it reflects the values of a given community, region, and era; systems of display and classification; and the emergence of new languages and classes of collecting. Among the areas studied by this year's Getty Scholars were the collecting practices of Renaissance Italy, the dispersal of the art collections of Great Britain after the Civil Wars of 1640, and the social function of collecting in Oceanic cultures.
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Rudolph, Conrad. "Hugh of St. Victor's: The Mystic Ark and the Multiplication and Systematization of Imagery in the Early Twelfth Century," Work in Progress Lecture, September 15, 1995

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0669a1 Session Introduction

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0669a2 Rudolph, Conrad. "Huge of St. Victor's: The Mystic Ark and the Multiplication and Systematization of Imagery in the Early Twelfth Century"

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Beyer, Andreas. "Invisible object on idea and concepts in visual art."

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0670a1 Lecture Introduction

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0670a2 Beyer, Andreas. "Invisible object on idea and concepts in visial art".

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0670b Audience questions and answers.

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Roth, Michael. "The Past that Wounds," September 15, 1995

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0953a1 Introduction

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0953a2 Roth, Michael. "The Past that Wounds" lecture

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0953b Discussion

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Tchen, John Kuo Wei. "Three Enigmatic Pieces from the Wong Whing Foo Virtual Museum," September 20, 1995

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0671a1 Session Introduction.

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0671a2 Tchen, John Kuo Wei. "Three Enigmatic Pieces from the Wong Whing Foo Virtual Museum"

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0671b Session Discussion.

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Bedoya, Roberto. Keynote Conversation. Artists' Organizations. The 10th Annual National NAAO Conference, San Francisco, October 11, 1995

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0672a1 Session Introduction. Holly Block

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0672a2 Keynote Conversation. Artists' Organizations. Guest Speaker, Bedoya.

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0672b1 Keynote Conversation. Artists' Organizations. Guest Speaker, James Skillen.

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0672b2 Keynote Conversation. Artists' Organizations. Guest Speaker, Beracca Sayvey.

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0672b3 Session Discussion.

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0673b1 Session Discussion continued.

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Joselit, David. "Media as Landscape," Works in Progress Lecture, October 13, 1995

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0674a1 Joselit, David. Lecture on "Media as landscape."

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0674a2 Panel Discussion. "Media as Landscape"

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0675 Panel Discussion continued. "Media as Landscape"

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Eibl-Eibesfeldt, Irenaus. "Biological Aspects of Art and Aesthetics," Director's Lecture Series, October 17, 1995

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0676a1 Introduction

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0676b Eibl-Eibesfeldt, Irenaus. "Biological Aspects of Arts and Aesthetics." Director's Lecture Series, part 1

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0677a Eibl-Eibesfeldt, Irenaus. "Biological Aspects of Arts and Aesthetics." Director's Lecture Series, part 2

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0677b Session Discussion.

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Sutterlin, Christa. "The Message of the Frightful. On Aesthetic Communication in Evil-Warding Figures: An Ethological Approach," Director's Lecture Series,

Physical Description: (3 audiocassettes)
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0680a1 Session Introduction.

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0680b Sutterlin, Christa. "The Message of the Frightful. On Aesthetic Communication in Evil-Warding Figures: An Ethological Approach," Director's Lecture Series, part 1

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0679a Sutterlin, Christa. "The Message of the Frightful. On Aesthetic Communication in Evil-Warding Figures: An Ethological Approach," Director's Lecture Series, part 2

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0679b Session Discussion.

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Bright, Betty. "The Best of Book Arts: A Decade's Perspective," November 14, 1995

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0683a1 Introduction on "The Best of Book Arts: A Decade's Perspective"

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0683a2 Bright, Betty. "The Best of Book Arts: A Decade's Perspective"

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0683b Lecture Discussion

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Schmitz, Lisa. Artist's presentation, December 4, 1995

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0687a1 Lecture Introduction on "Artist's presentation," Lisa Schmitz.

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0687b Schmitz, Lisa. Artist's Presentation

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Anderle, Donald, Neville Agnew and Manuel Calisto. "Quito: Preserving a Historic City," December 7, 1995

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)

General note

Please note that the records are incomplete: digital file of recording ends in the middle of Neville Agnew's lecture. Donald Anderle and the session discussion are not contained in the digital file.
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0978a1 Session Introduction.

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0978a2 Manuel Calisto. "Quito: Preserving a Historic City,"

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0978b Neville Agnew. "Quito: Preserving a Historic City." (Incomplete)

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Naef, Weston. Lecture on the creation of photography collection at the Getty museum, December 8, 1995

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0688a1 Naef, Weston. Introduction.

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0688a2 Naef, Weston. "Lecture on the Getty museum's photography collection." part 1

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0689a1 Naef, Weston. "Lecture on the Getty museum's photography collection." part 2

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0689b Lecture Discussion.

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Liebmann, Irina. "Nichts war gemutlicher als diese Diktatur - die DDR und ihr Folgen fur dem Geist," December 12, 1995

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0690a1 Hyman, Herbert. Session introduction

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0690a2 Liebmann, Irina. Lecture on "Nichts war gemutlicher als diese Diktatur- die DDR und ihr Folgen fur dem Geist."

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0690b Session discussion.

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Jones, Amelia. "Vito Acconci's Body Politic: Performing the Subject in Post-modernism," Work in Progress lecture, January 19, 1996

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0696a1 Lecture Introduction. Nancy Troy

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0696b Jones, Amelia. "Vito Acconci's Body Politic: Performing the Subject in Post-modernism," Work in Progress lecture

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0697 Lecture Discussion.

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Settis, Salvatore. Lecture, January 30, 1996

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0698a Settis, Salvatore. part 1

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0698b Settis, Salvatore. part 2

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0699 Discussion. part 3

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0700 Bohn-Spector, Claudia. "Stieglitz's Magisterial Gaze: Photographic New York from Above," Work in Progress Lecture, February 2, 1996

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
 

Mattusch, Carol. "Seeing Ghosts: In Search of the Greek Bronze Original," Director's Lecture Series, February 8, 1996

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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Original recording

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0701a Mattusch, Carol. part 1

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0701b Mattusch, Carol. part 2

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Use copy

Physical Description: (2 CDs)
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Reed, Marcia. "The Collector's Books: William Hamilton's Color-Plate Editions," Work in Progress Lecture, February 16, 1996

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0702 Reed, Marcia. part 1

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0703 Reed, Marcia. part 2

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Pierantoni, Ruggero. "Architecture, Power and Light: The Case of the Pantheon," Director's Seminar, February 29, 1996

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0706 Pierantoni, Ruggero. part 1

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0707 Pierantoni, Ruggero. part 2

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Hachivi Edgar Heap of Birds. Artist's Presentation, March 5, 1996

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0708a Part 1

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0708b Part 2

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0717 Barker, Nicolas. "Hortus Eystettensis: The Garden and the Book, Collecting Plants and Pictures of Plants in Seventeenth-Century Germany," March 11, 1996

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0719 Zeitler, Nancy. Works in Progress Lecture, March 15, 1996

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0720 Mehard, Elizabeth Teresa. "Ancient Eurasian Textiles: New Evidence from the Tarim Basin," March 24, 1996

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)

Scope and Content Note

First part of lecture not found.
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Franklin, David. "Polidoro da Caravaggio and his Place in Mannerism," Director's Lecture Series, March 28, 1996

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0721 Franklin, David. part 1

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0722 Discussion. part 2

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Pucci, Giuseppe. "Screening the Past: Classical Antiquity in Motion Pictures," April 2, 1996

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0723a Pucci, Giuseppe. part 1

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0723b Discussion. part 2

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0724 Discussion. part 3

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Cuevas-Wolf, Christine. "Revolution and Photography in Mexico, 1910-1939," Work in Progress Lecture and Discussion, April 12, 1996

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0725a Cuevas-Wolf, Christine. part 1

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0725b Discussion. part 2

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0726 Discussion. part 3

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Takashina, Shuji. "Presence and Shadow: Aesthetic Sensibility in Japan and the West," Director's Lecture Series, April 18, 1996

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0727 Takashina, Shuji. part 1

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0728a Discussion. part 2

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0728b Discussion. part 3

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Settis, Salvatore. Press Conference, April 19, 1996

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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Part 1

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Part 2

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0731 Nooteboom, Cees. Reading, April 30, 1996

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0746 Florescano, Enrique. "Indian Spanish and Liberal Iconographic Traditions in Mexico," May 14, 1996

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0748 Goldsworthy, Andy. Artist's presentation, May 15, 1996

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0750 Phillips, Ruth. "Nuns, Ladies and the Queen of the Huron," May 15, 1996

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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751 Lanata, Giuliana. "I am the Sophia of the Greeks, I am the Gnosis of the Barbarians," Director's Lecture Series, May 16, 1996

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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Schneider, Lambert. "Classicism in the United States," June 4, 1996

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0754a Part 1

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0754b Part 2

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Grigsby, J. Eugene III, Thomas Benitez, Elise Bernstein, Maria Herrera, Joe Hicks, and Dan Miller. "Creating Responsibility: The Intersection of Art and Civic Life," June 18, 1996

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes and 1 set of copies)
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0755 Part 1

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0756 Part 2

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Hendrix, Lee. Lecture, June 27, 1996

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0761a Part 1

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0761b Part 2

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0762 Part 3

 

Series I.K. Scholar Year 1996-1997

Scholar Year 1996/1997 audio recordings (on-site access only)

Scope and Content Note

Materials comprise audio recordings of events, lectures, and discussions held at the Getty during the scholar year 1996/1997. During this time Getty scholars explored the theme Perspectives on Los Angeles: Narratives, Images, History, which was devoted to research on Los Angeles and to comparative projects that viewed the city in relationship to other hemispheric and global sites. Scholars in residence had the opportunity to participate in a number of corollary programs developed by the Research Institute on issues of identity, community, and public culture, as well as programs having to do with preservation, resource development, and the comparative study of cities in the Americas at the turn of the century. A series of lectures was also presented in anticipation of the J. Paul Getty Museum's 1999 exhibition "Dosso Dossi, Court Painter in Renaissance Ferrara."

Arrangement note

The recordings are grouped first by symposia/theme, followed by a group of more general lectures and presentations. Within each group, the recordings are listed in chronological order.

Access Information

Due to rights restrictions, online versions of the recordings are available to on-site researchers only. A researcher may request use copies (CDs) of specific recordings for in-library use at his or her local library by placing a request through the Getty's Interlibrary Loan  program.
 

Series I.K.1. Dosso Dossi and His Age

Scholar Year 1996/1997: Dosso Dossi and His Age audio recordings (on-site access only)

Scope and Content Note

Materials comprise audio recordings of a series of lectures organized by the Getty Research Institute to examine Dosso's style, artistic influences, iconography, and historical context. The lectures continued a series begun in 1996 and anticipated the 1999 Getty Museum exhibition, "Dosso Dossi, Court Painter in Renaissance Ferrara."
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Dosso Dossi, Seminar 1, March 4, 1997

Physical Description: (5 audiocassettes)
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0967a Part 1

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0967b Part 2

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0968a Part 3

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0968b Part 4

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0969a Part 5

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0969b Part 6

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0970a Part 7

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0970b Part 8

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0971 Part 9

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Dosso Dossi, Seminar 2, April 3-4, 1997

Physical Description: (4 audiocassettes)
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0972a Part 1

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0972b Part 2

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0973a Part 3

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0973b Part 4

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0974a Part 5

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0974b Part 6

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0975 Part 7

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Dosso Dossi, Seminar 3, May 4, 1997

Physical Description: (3 audiocassettes)
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0858a Part 1

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0858b Part 2

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0859a Part 3

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0859b Part 4

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0860a Part 5

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0860b Part 6

 

Series I.K.2. Lectures and presentations

Scholar Year 1996/1997: Lectures and presentations audio recordings (on-site access only)

Scope and Content Note

Materials comprise audio recordings of events, lectures, and discussions held at the Getty during the scholar year 1996/1997. During this time Getty scholars explored the theme Perspectives on Los Angeles: Narratives, Images, History, which was devoted to research on Los Angeles and to comparative projects that viewed the city in relationship to other hemispheric and global sites. Scholars in residence had the opportunity to participate in a number of corollary programs developed by the Research Institute on issues of identity, community, and public culture, as well as programs having to do with preservation, resource development, and the comparative study of cities in the Americas at the turn of the century.
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Hatoum, Mona. Lecture, September 10, 1996

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0765a Part 1

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0765b Part 2

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Hartog, Francois. "Times of Patrimony: A History of Cultural Legacies," September 26, 1996

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0767a Hartog, Francois. Part 1

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0767b Discussion. Part 2

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Lang, Karen. "A Question of Monumentality: The 1907 Bismarck National Monument Competition in Germany," Work in Progress Lecture, October 25, 1996

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0778a Part 1

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0778b Part 2

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0779 Part 3

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Gossman, Lionel. "Kulturgeschichte, Kunstgeschichte, Genuss: History and Art in Jacob Burckhardt," October 31, 1996

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0784a Gossman, Lionel. Part 1

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0784b Discussion. Part 2

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Langdale, Allan. "The Rise of the Social History of Art in England, 1960-1978," Work In Progress Lecture, November 8, 1996

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0785 Langdale, Allan. Part 1

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0786 Discussion. Part 2

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Whiting, Cecile. " Trompe l'oeil Painting and the Counterfeit Civil War," Work in Progress Lecture, November 22, 1996

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0793 Part 1

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0794 Part 2

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Settis, Salvatore. "The Metamorphosis of Laocoon: From Marble to Bronze, From Bronze to Marble," December 5, 1996

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0797 Settis, Salvatore. Part 1

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0798 Discussion. Part 2

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Bohme, Hartmut. "In the Interior of Modernity: The Fetish - Karl Marx's Fetishism Concept and its Context," Construction of Historical Meaning lecture, December 10, 1996

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0799 Bohme, Hartmut. Part 1

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0800 Discussion. Part 2

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Greenwood, Roberta. "Digging for History: The Recovery of Meaning," Construction of Historical Meaning series, January 23, 1997

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0807a Part 1

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0807b Part 2

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Schoell-Glass, Charlotte. "In Search of an Answer to the 'Jewish Question': Aby Warburg's Cultural Science and Anti-Semitism," Construction of Historical Meaning series, January 30, 1997

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0810 Part 1

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0811 Part 2

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Scott, Joan Wallach. "The Fantasy of Feminist History," Construction of Historical Meaning series, February 6, 1997

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0814 Part 1

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0815 Part 2

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Fried, Michael. "Some Thoughts on Caravaggio," Construction of Historical Meaning series, February 20, 1997

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0820a Part 1

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0820b Part 2

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Minsky, Marvin. "Art as a Theory of Perceptual Processes," Construction of Historical Meaning series, February 27, 1997

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0823a Part 1

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0823b Part 2

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Troy, Nancy, Jim Herbert and Richard Myer. Works in Progress Lecture, February 28, 1997

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0824a Troy, Nancy, Jim Herbert and Richard Myer. Part 1

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0824b Troy, Nancy, Jim Herbert and Richard Myer. Part 2

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0825 Discussion. Part 3

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0826 Flick, Robbert, Dorothy Crawford, Harold Zellman and Michael Roth. KKGO Radio Interview, March 2, 1997

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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Fieback, Joachim. "Performance and Politics in Africa," Construction of Historical Meaning series, March 4, 1997

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0827 Part 1

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0828 Part 2

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Winther, Bert and Tamaki K. Brown. "Illegible Calligraphy and Dysfunctional Pottery: Modernizing Traditional Arts in Early Postwar Japan," Works in Progress lecture, March 14, 1997

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0833a Part 1

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0833b Part 2

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0834 Part 3

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Winner, Mathias. "Raphael's Parnassus," March 18, 1997

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0835a Part 1

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0835b Part 2

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Leys, Ruth. "Imitation Magic: Sandor Ferenczi on the Meaning of Psychic Trauma," March 20, 1997

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0838a Part 1

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0838b Part 2

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Lewis, Samella. Construction of Historical Meaning series lecture, March 27, 1997

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0839 Part 1

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0840 Part 2

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0843 Walker, Janet. "The Traumatic Paradox: Documentary Films, Historical Fictions and Cataclysmic Past Events," Construction of Historical Meaning series, April 3, 1997

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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Ethington, Phillip. "Space-Time Integration: New Conceptual Tools for Creating Very Large Digital Archives," April 10, 1997

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0845a Part 1

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0845b Part 2

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0846 Woods-Marsden, Joanna. "The Visual Construction of Artistic Identity in the Renaissance: Self-Portraiture and Social Status of the Artist," April 11, 1997

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)

Scope and Content Note

Audio file is incomplete. Only 3 minutes of audio.
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Zellman, Harold and Roger Friedland. "Broadacre in Brentwood?: Thinking about the Politics of Residential Modernism," April 16, 1997

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0847a Part 1

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0847b Part 2

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0848 Part 3

Scope and Content Note

Audio is cut-off at the end.
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Holly, Michael Ann. "The Art of Melancholy," April 17, 1997

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0849a Part 1

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0849b Part 2

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Lowe, Rick. "Rooted in a Vision of Change and Revolution: Watts House and Project Row Houses," April 27, 1997

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0851 Part 1

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0852 Part 2

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Flamming, Douglas. "African-Americans and the Making of L.A., 1890-1940," April 30, 1997

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0854a Part 1

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0854b Part 2

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0855 Part 3

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Dear, Michael. "Is there an L.A. School of Urbanism?" May 1, 1997

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0856 Part 1

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0857 Part 2

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Hondagnew-Sotelo, Pierrette. "Maid in L.A.," May 7, 1997

Physical Description: (3 audiocassettes)
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0861 Part 1

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0862 Part 2

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Rosenthal, Margaret. "Italian Style: A German Traveller's Collection of Fashionable Images in 1595," Works in Progress Lecture, May 9, 1997

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0864a Part 1

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0864b Part 2

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0865 Part 3

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0866 Butler, Octavia. Last Scholar Lecture at 401 Wilshire, May 13, 1997

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
 

Series I.L. Scholar Year 1997-1998 and 1998-1999

Scholar Year 1997/1998 and 1998/1999 audio recordings (on-site acces only)

Scope and Content Note

Materials comprise audio recordings of events, lectures, and discussions held at the Getty during the scholar years 1997/1998 and 1998/1999. During this time Getty scholars explored the theme of the residential scholar program Representing the Passions and studied the ways in which strong, ungovernable emotions have been represented and classified in the arts throughout the history of the arts and humanities. This theme focused on the social need to name the passions (thus distinguishing them from one another) and to develop gestural and rhetorical conventions and codes in reference to them, while simultaneously noting how the ungovernability of the passions threatens either to break through or to be lost by the cultural conventions and codes that attempt to ritualize and control them. Theorists of human nature, language, and politics have wrestled with the challenge of the ungovernability of the passions since antiquity and the challenge continues to confront contemporary painters, actors, writers, and musicians.

Arrangement note

The recordings are grouped first by symposia/theme, followed by a group of more general lectures and presentations. Within each group, the recordings are listed in chronological order.

Access Information

Due to rights restrictions, online versions of the recordings are available to on-site researchers only. A researcher may request use copies (CDs) of specific recordings for in-library use at his or her local library by placing a request through the Getty's Interlibrary Loan  program.
 

Series I.L.1. Construction of Historical Meaning 1998-1999

Scholar Year 1997/1998 and 1998/1999: Construction of Historical Meaning audio recordings (on-site access only)

Physical Description: (18 audiocassettes)

Scope and Content Note

Materials comprise 1998-1999 audio recordings of the Getty-sponsored lecture series "Construction of Historical Meaning," which focused on how artifacts, events, places, and people are understood when considered historically.
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Crimp, Douglas. Construction of Historical Meaning Lecture, May 21, 1998

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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0887 Part 1

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0888 Part 2

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0991 Stern, Leslie. Construction of Historical Meaning Lecture, September 24, 1998

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0992 Adesokan, Akin. "In Search of 'New' Illusions: One Writer's Continuing Education," October 8, 1998

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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Roth, Michael. Construction of Historical Meaning Lecture, November 16, 1998

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0994a Part 1

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0994b Part 2

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0996 Buerkle, Darcy. Construction of Historical Meaning Lecture, December 1, 1998

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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Libeskind, Daniel. Construction of Historical Meaning Lecture, December 10, 1998

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0997a Part 1

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0997b Part 2

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Smith, Pamela. Construction of Historical Meaning Lecture, December 15, 1998

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0998a Part 1

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0998b Part 2

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Bal, Mieke. Construction of Historical Meaning Lecture, January 29, 1999

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0999a Part 1

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0999b Part 2

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Warner, Marina. "Darkness Visible in the Mind's Eye," Construction of Historical Meaning Lecture, February 18, 1999

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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1000a Part 1

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1000b Part 2

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Kuivilar, Ron. Construction of Historical Meaning Lecture, March 8, 1999

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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1003a Part 1

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1003b Part 2

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Brooks, Peter. "History of Painting," Construction of Historical Meaning Lecture, March 10, 1999

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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1004a Part 1

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1004b Part 2

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Feldman, Allen. Construction of Historical Meaning Lecture [regarding the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission], April 26, 1999

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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1013a Part 1

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1013b Part 2

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1014 Gourevitch, Philip. "Rwanda's False Histories: The Logic of Genocide," Construction of Historical Meaning Lecture, May 3, 1999

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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Settis, Salvatore. Construction of Historical Meaning Lecture, May 20, 1999

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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1017 Part 1

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1018 Part 2

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Young, James. Construction of Historical Meaning Lecture, June 7, 1999

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
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1019 Part 1

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1020 Part 2

 

Series I.L.2. Contemporary Artistic Practices 1998-1999

Scholar Year 1997/1998 and 1998/1999: Contemporary Artistic Practices audio recordings (on-site access only)

Physical Description: (7 audiocassettes)

Scope and Content Note

Materials comprise 1998-1999 audio recordings of a Getty-sponsored lecture series in which practicing artists discuss various aspects of contemporary artistic practices.
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0878 de la Torre, Milagros. Contemporary Artistic Practices Lecture, February 26, 1998

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
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0880 Tiravanija, Rirkrit. Contemporary Artistic Practices Lecture, March 26, 1998

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-24

Wall, Jeff. Contemporary Artistic Practices Lecture, April 30, 1998

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-24

0884a Part 1

Box 1996.IA.02-24

0884b Part 2

Box 1996.IA.02-24

Min, Yong Soon. Contemporary Artistic Practices Lecture, May 26, 1998

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-24

0889a Part 1

Box 1996.IA.02-24

0889b Part 2

Box 1996.IA.02-24

0894 Melamid, Alexis. Contemporary Artistic Practices Lecture, October 19, 1998

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-25

1007 Kaprow, Alan. "Enough Said," Contemporary Artistic Practice Lecture, April 8, 1999

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
 

Series I.L.3. Interpreting El Lissitzky: New Perspectives December 7-8, 1998

Scholar Year 1997/1998 and 1998/1999: Interpreting El Lissitzky: New Perspectives audio recording (on-site access only)

Physical Description: (5 audiocassettes)

Scope and Content Note

Materials comprise audio recordings of lectures from a 1998 Getty Research Institute conference titled "Interpreting El Lissitzky: New Perspectives." In these lectures an international group of scholars examine works by El Lissitzky, one of the most influential artists of the early 20th-century Russian avant-garde. Scholars discuss his book designs, demonstration spaces, photographs, and the propaganda billboard, in order to assess the importance of underlying threads that hold his diverse career together. The conference was held in conjunction with the Getty's exhibition, "Monuments of the Future": Designs by El Lissitzky, which opened in November, 1998.
Box 1996.IA.02-24

Day One: December 7, 1998

Physical Description: (3 audiocassettes)
Box 1996.IA.02-24

0896a Part 1

Box 1996.IA.02-24

0896b Part 2

Box 1996.IA.02-24

0897a Part 3

Box 1996.IA.02-24

0897b Part 4

Box 1996.IA.02-24

0898 Part 5

Box 1996.IA.02-24

Day Two: December 8, 1998

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
Box 1996.IA.02-24

0899a Part 1

Box 1996.IA.02-24

0899b Part 2

Box 1996.IA.02-24

0900 Part 3

 

Series I.L.4. Mapping L.A.: A Global Prototype symposium June 7-8, 1999

Scholar Year 1997/1998 and 1998/1999: Mapping L.A. Symposium audio recordings (on-site access only)

Physical Description: (7 audiocassettes)

Scope and Content Note

Materials comprise audio recordings of the 1999 symposium "Mapping L.A.: A Global Prototype," which was designed to spotlight the archives of Southern California and celebrate the publication: "Cultural Inheritance LA: A Directory of Less-Visible Archives and Collections in the Los Angeles Region." The symposium was part of the L.A. as Subject collaboration. The first day of the symposium was by invitation only and had a scholarly and theoretical focus. Day One featured keynote speaker Angela Oh and included a videoconference panel discussion with Prague regarding the Stories Exchange Project. The second day was open to the public and featured professional archivists, curators, and historians who shared information about preserving and displaying collections. Day Two speakers included Janet Fireman, Robert Gottlieb, Ruben Martinez and others.
Box 1996.IA.02-25

Session One: June 7, 1999

Physical Description: (4 audiocassettes)
Box 1996.IA.02-25

1021a Part 1

Box 1996.IA.02-25

1021b Part 2

Box 1996.IA.02-25

1022 Part 3

Box 1996.IA.02-25

1023 Part 4

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1024 Part 5

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Session Two: June 8, 1999

Physical Description: (3 audiocassettes)
Box 1996.IA.02-25

1025a Part 1

Box 1996.IA.02-25

1025b Part 2

Box 1996.IA.02-26

1026a Part 3

Box 1996.IA.02-26

1026b Part 4

Box 1996.IA.02-26

1027 Part 5

 

Series I.L.5. Works in Progress lectures 1988-1999

Scholar Year 1997/1998 and 1998/1999: "Works in Progress" lectures audio recordings (on-site access only)

Physical Description: (16 audiocassettes)

Scope and Content Note

Materials comprise 1998-1999 audio recordings of lectures presented at the Getty Research Institute as part of their "Works in Progress" series, which provides a forum for historians, scholars and artists to present their ongoing research to a critical audience.
Box 1996.IA.02-24

Mack, Rainer and Sarah Morris. "A Semiotic Reading of Repetition," Works in Progress Seminar, April 24, 1998

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-24

0990a Part 1

Box 1996.IA.02-24

0990b Part 2

Box 1996.IA.02-24

Kwon, Miwon and Russell Ferguson. "Public Art and Urban Identities," Works in Progress Seminar, May 8, 1998

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-24

0886a Part 1

Box 1996.IA.02-24

0886b Part 2

Box 1996.IA.02-24

Holiday, Peter. Works in Progress Lecture, September 25, 1998

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-24

0891a Part 1

Box 1996.IA.02-24

0891b Part 2

Box 1996.IA.02-24

Doherty, Brigid and David Joselit. "Montage and Mimetism of Psychotechnics," Work in Progress Lecture, October 9, 1998

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
Box 1996.IA.02-24

0892 Part 1

Box 1996.IA.02-24

0893 Part 2

Box 1996.IA.02-24

Stern, Lesley. Works in Progress Lecture, November 6, 1998

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-24

0993a Part 1

Box 1996.IA.02-24

0993b Part 2

Box 1996.IA.02-25

Lavin, Sylvia and Michael Roth. Works in Progress Lecture, December 18, 1998

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
Box 1996.IA.02-25

0901 Part 1

Box 1996.IA.02-25

0902 Part 2

Box 1996.IA.02-25

0905 Harrison, Thomas. Works in Progress Lecture, [1999?]

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-25

Lee, Pamela. Works In Progress Lecture, February 26, 1999

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
Box 1996.IA.02-25

1001 Part 1

Box 1996.IA.02-25

1002 Part 2

Box 1996.IA.02-25

Monahan, Laurie J. Works in Progress Lecture, March 12, 1999

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-25

1005a Part 1

Box 1996.IA.02-25

1005b Part 2

Box 1996.IA.02-25

Mereweather, Charles. Works In Progress Lecture, April 23, 1999

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
Box 1996.IA.02-25

1011a Part 1

Box 1996.IA.02-25

1011b Part 2

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1012 Part 3

Box 1996.IA.02-25

Holo, Selma. Works in Progress Lecture, May 7, 1999

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
Box 1996.IA.02-25

1015 Part 1

Box 1996.IA.02-25

1016 Part 2

 

Series I.L.6. Lectures and presentations 1998-1999

Scholar Year 1997/1998 and 1998/1999: Lectures and presentations audio recordings (on-site access only)

Physical Description: (10 audiocassettes)

Scope and Content Note

Materials comprise recordings of events, lectures, and discussions held at the Getty during the scholar years 1997/1998 and 1998/1999. During this time Getty scholars in residence explored the theme of the residential scholar program Representing the Passions and studied the ways in which strong, ungovernable emotions have been represented and classified in the arts throughout the history of the arts and humanities. Lecture topics include the humanities and public culture, Ottoman culture, Sevres china furniture, Vincent Van Gogh, Hendrik Petrus Berlage, and more.
Box 1996.IA.02-23

0869 Wills, Gary. Lecture, January 14, 1998

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-24

Forster, Kurt. Ruins Lecture, February 19, 1998

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette and 1 copy)
Box 1996.IA.02-24

0873a Part 1

Box 1996.IA.02-24

0873b Part 2

Box 1996.IA.02-24

Rorty, Dick. Humanities and Public Culture Lecture, March 9, 1998

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-24

0879a Part 1

Box 1996.IA.02-24

0879b Part 2

Box 1996.IA.02-24

0883 Celik-Istanbul, Z. Ottoman Exhibition Lecture, April 16, 1998

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-24

Viola, Bill. Lecture, October 28, 1998

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-24

0895a Part 1

Box 1996.IA.02-24

0895b Part 2

Box 1996.IA.02-24

Sargentson, Carolyn. "A Taste for 'Sevres China Furniture': The Collection of John Jones at the Victoria and Albert Museum," November 30, 1998

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-24

0995a Part 1

Box 1996.IA.02-24

0995b Part 2

Box 1996.IA.02-25

1006 Castor, Daniel. Berlage Lecture, March 25, 1999

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-25

1009 Silverman, Debora. Van Gogh Lecture, April 15, 1999

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-25

Cascaito, Maristella. Berlage Lecture, April 22, 1999

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-25

1010a Part 1

Box 1996.IA.02-25

1010b Part 2

Box 1996.IA.02-26

Rovner, Michal. Lecture, June 14, 1999

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-26

1028a Part 1

Box 1996.IA.02-26

1028b Part 2

 

Series I.M. Scholar Year 1999-2000

Scope and Content Note

Materials comprise recordings of events, lectures, and discussions held at the Getty during the scholar year 1999/2000. During this time Getty scholars explored the theme Humanities in Comparative, Historical Perspective. Scholars studied how the humanities had developed as a cultural category in the United States and what work was done (or avoided) by this categorization. They were particularly interested in the relation of the history of art to other fields of humanistic study. How had these fields developed in relation to the arts, and how were contemporary artistic practices being informed by and making contributions to these fields? They were also interested in the connections between the humanities and other areas of culture, including the sciences, popular culture, and religion. How had the identity of the humanities developed in relation and contradistinction to these other areas, and what productive connections could be developed between them? Their approach to these issues was largely comparative and historical. That is, they explored how cultural categories analogous to "humanities" ( sciences humaines and Geisteswissenschaften, for example) had developed in diverse contexts around the world and examined the different kinds of cultural work in these categories.

Arrangement note

The recordings are listed in chronological order.
 

Series I.M.1. Construction of Historical Meaning

Scope and Content Note

Materials comprise 1999-2000 audio recordings of the Getty-sponsored lecture series "Construction of Historical Meaning," which focused on how artifacts, events, places, and people are understood when considered historically.
Box 1996.IA.02-26

1033 Suzuki, Hiroyuki and Yasuto Ota. "Nationalism and the Construction of Art History in Japan," Construction of Historical Meaning Lecture, November 9, 1999

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-26

1035 Nichols, Bill. "Documentary and Modernism," Construction of Historical Meaning Lecture, November 30, 1999

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-26

1036 Phipps, Elena. Construction of Historical Meaning Lecture, December 3, 1999

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-26

1037 Leonov, Valerii. Construction of Historical Meaning Lecture, December 8, 1999

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-26

1041 Bal, Mieke. "Bourgeois Metaphors: Bernini," Construction of Historical Meaning Lecture, January 25, 2000

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-26

1044 Phillips, Susan. Construction of Historical Meaning Lecture, February 10, 2000

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-26

1050 Raulff, Ulrich. "Virgin Dynamics, or the Nympha and the Snake: On Reading Aby Warburg," Construction of Historical Meaning Lecture, April 6, 2000

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-26

1051 Kuspit, Donald. "Freud and the Visual Arts," Construction of Historical Meaning Lecture, April 11, 2000

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-27

1053 Apter, Emily. "The Human in Humanities," Construction of Historical Meaning, April 21, 2000

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-27

1055 Ginzburg, Carlo. "Painful Truth: Stendhal's Challenge to Historians," Construction of Historical Memory Lecture, May 4, 2000

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
 

Series I.M.2. Contemporary Artistic Practices

Scope and Content Note

Materials comprise 1999-2000 audio recordings of a Getty-sponsored lecture series in which practicing artists discuss various aspects of contemporary artistic practices.
Box 1996.IA.02-26

1029 Baldessari, John. Contemporary Artistic Practices Lecture, October 7, 1999

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-26

1043 Hill, Gary. Contemporary Artistic Practices Lecture, February 8, 2000

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-26

1047 Braidotti, Rosi. "Metamorphoses Towards an Embodied Materialism," Contemporary Artistic Practices Lecture, February 29, 2000

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-26

910 Elkins, James. "How is Art History Shaped? Notes on Periods, Lists, Constellations, Flow Charts, Tables of Contents and Mental Maps," Contemporary Artistic Practices Lecture, March 14, 2000

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
 

Series I.M.3. Works in Progress lectures

Scope and Content Note

Materials comprise 1999-2000 audio recordings of lectures presented at the Getty Research Institute as part of their "Works in Progress" series, which provides a forum for historians, scholars and artists to present their ongoing research to a critical audience.
Box 1996.IA.02-26

1030-1031 Dickerman, Leah. Works in Progress Lecture, October 8, 1999

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
Box 1996.IA.02-26

1034 Reed, Arden. Works in Progress Lecture, November 19, 1999

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-26

1038-1039 Olson, Todd. Works in Progress Lecture, December 17, 1999

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
Box 1996.IA.02-26

1045-1046 Wilson, Judith. "Other Outsiders: Adrian Piper, Gender and Black Bohemianism," Works in Progress Lecture, February 11, 2000

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
 

Series I.M.4. Lectures and presentations:

Scope and Content Note

Materials comprise recordings of events, lectures, and discussions held at the Getty during the scholar year 1999/2000. During this time Getty scholars explored the theme Humanities in Comparative, Historical Perspective. Scholars studied how the humanities had developed as a cultural category in the United States and what work was done (or avoided) by this categorization. They were particularly interested in the relation of the history of art to other fields of humanistic study. How had these fields developed in relation to the arts, and how were contemporary artistic practices being informed by and making contributions to these fields?
Box 1996.IA.02-26

1032 Crowe, Thomas. "Allegories of Rauschenberg," October 14, 1999

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-26

1040 Crow, Tom. "The Intelligence of Art," January 20, 2000

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-26

1042 Zagajewski, Adam and Cynthia MacDonald. Poetry Reading, January 27, 2000

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-26

908 Reed, Marcia. "Edible Monuments: The Art of Food for Festivals," March 2, 2000

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-26

909 Bendall, Molly and Jane Miller. Poetry Reading, March 9, 2000

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-26

911 Meltzer, Annabelle. "Performing War: Text, Performance and the Visual Arts on the Western Front, 1914-1918," March 15, 2000

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-26

1048-1049 Davis, Whitney and Catherine Soussioff. "Building Philosophy: Standpoints and Our Form of Life: Wittgenstein's House for His Sister in Vienna, 1926-1928," March 24, 2000

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
Box 1996.IA.02-26

1052 Calleo, Riccardo and Armen Guzelimian. Recital, Robert Schumann's Dichterliebe, April 12, 2000

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-27

917 Reed, Marcia. "The Edible Monument: The Art of Food for Festivals," April 17, 2000

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-27

918 Iverson, Margaret. "Death Drive: Robert Smithson's Spiral Jetty, April 18, 2000

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-27

1054 Day, Ivan. "The Garden of Earthly Delights: Decorating the Baroque and Rococo Dining Table," April 26, 2000

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-27

919-920 Ashbery, John, Gertrud Schnackenberg, Mark Strand and Rosanna Warren. "Poetry, Art and Human Letters: An Evening with Four American Poets," April 27, 2000

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
 

1056 Brenson, Michael. "Maya Lin: The Vietnam Veteran's Memorial and Beyond," May 11, 2000

Box 1996.IA.02-27

Original recording

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-36

Use copy

Physical Description: (1 CD)
Box 1996.IA.02-27

1057 Brown, Peter. Exhibition Lecture, May 18, 2000

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
 

Series I.N. Scholar Year 2000-2001

Scope and Content Note

Materials comprise recordings of events, lectures, and discussions held at the Getty during the scholar year 2000/2001. During this time Getty Scholars explored the theme Reproductions and originals. Of interest during this scholar year were such issues as the often fugitive nature of reproductive media; the ambiguous status of reproductions as "realistic" representations or decontextualized fragments; the use of reproductions in defining intellectual categories and developing object taxonomies; the pedagogical applications of visual archives; asymmetries between direct observation, textual description, and illustration; and the roles of reproductive images in establishing, sustaining, recovering, and replacing cultural memory. Of interest also were questions stemming from any number of relevant subjects, from ekphrasis to conceptual art, from Cassiano Dal Pozzo's Paper Museum to quotation practices by postmodern artists, from tapestry production in the Old Regime to Chinese literati painting and calligraphy in the manner of revered masters. The words used to address subjects such as these led to controversial questions about authenticity and creativity of import to scholars from across the humanities.

Arrangement note

The recordings are listed in chronological order.
Box 1996.IA.02-27

938-944 Media Pop Conference, April 6-7, 2001

Physical Description: (7 audiocassettes)
Box 1996.IA.02-36

Use copy

Physical Description: (1 CD)
Box 1996.IA.02-27

938-939 April 6, 2001

Box 1996.IA.02-27

940 Keynote Artists Panel, April 6, 2001

Box 1996.IA.02-28

941-942 Panel 2, April 7, 2001

Box 1996.IA.02-28

943-944 Panel 3, April 7, 2001

 

Lectures and presentations:

Box 1996.IA.02-27

921-922 Troy, Nancy. "Original, Readymade and Genuine Reproduction: The Logic of Fashion in Early Twentieth Century Modernism," Works in Progress Lecture, September 22, 2000

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
Box 1996.IA.02-27

923 Polzin, Alexander. "Auden, Bruno, Riefenstahl: My Picture Worlds," September 26, 2000

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-27

924 Kinnell, Galway and Hannah Liebmann. Poetry Reading, September 28, 2000

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
 

1058 Ramachandran, V.S. "Art, Brain and RASA: A Neurologist Looks at Indian and Western Art," October 5, 2000

Box 1996.IA.02-27

Original recording

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-36

Use copy

Physical Description: (2 CDs)
Box 1996.IA.02-27

1059 Norriega, Chan. "Collectors Who Happen to Be...," Works in Progress Lecture, October 6, 2000

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-27

925 Blum, Irving. Art Matters, December 12, 2000

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-27

1060 Forgacs, Peter. "Freefall," January 12, 2001

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-27

928 Kabakov, Ilya and Emilia. "The Artist Who Never Was: Boris Gruys in Conversation with Ilya and Emilia Kabakov," February 7, 2001

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-27

929-930 Nelson, Steven. "What's Wrong with Dak'Art?: Ruminations on a Modern Space in a Postmodern World," Works in Progress Lecture, February 9, 2001

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
Box 1996.IA.02-27

1061 Nelson, Robert. "Ruskin, The Stones of Venice and their Aftermath: From Constantinople to Los Angeles," February 15, 2001

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-27

931 Chicago, Judy. Art Matters, March 6, 2001

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-27

932 Marrill, Christopher and Tomaz Salamun. Poetry Reading, March 15, 2001

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-27

1062 Gutschow, Niels. "Architectural Reproductions: Learning from Japan, India and Nepal," March 22, 2001

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-27

933-937 Architectural Imitations, March 22-24, 2001

Physical Description: (5 audiocassettes)
Box 1996.IA.02-28

1063 Ledderose, Lothar. "Preparing for the End of the World: A Stone Library in the Mountains South of Beijing," April 18, 2001

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-28

945 Doty, Mark, Richard Howard, Heather McHugh and Carl Phillips. "Voices and Echoes: An Evening with Four American Poets," April 27, 2001

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-28

946-948 Clark, T.J. and Christina Kiaer. "Aleksandr Deineka in New York, 1935: Towards an Art History of Socialist Realism," Works in Progress Lecture, April 27, 2001

Physical Description: (3 audiocassettes)
Box 1996.IA.02-28

949-950 Bermingham, Ann. "Landscape-o-Rama: The Exhibition Landscape and Rise of Popular Landscape Entertainments," Works in Progress Lecture, May 4, 2001

Physical Description: (2 audiocassettes)
Box 1996.IA.02-28

976 Ling, Marilyn Mei and Jeffrey McDaniel. Poetry Reading, May 10, 2001

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-28

1064 Seator, Glen. Lecture, May 22, 2001

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-28

977 Poetry Reading, May 24, 2001

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-28

1065 Bann, Stephen. Lecture, May 30, 2001

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
Box 1996.IA.02-28

1066 Singerman, Howard. "Sherrie Levine's Art History," June 5, 2001

Physical Description: (1 audiocassette)
 

Series II. Video recordings, [1986-1987]

Physical Description: 6.75 linear feet (8 boxes)

Scope and Content Note

The collection consists of 33 VHS tapes, 47 KCA60 3/4" U-matic videocassette masters, and a viewing schedule covering the research theme of the Getty Scholar Program for the 1986/1987 year: "Seventeenth Century Dutch Art and Society/Patronage." The symposium on Florentine patronage in the 15th century is included in these tapes, as is the viewing schedule that was issued to the Getty staff on December 8, 1987.

Arrangement

These records are arranged by event in numerical/chronological order.
 

Patronage Symposium, [1986-1987]

Box 1987.IA.26-1

Tape #1 Introduction - Thomas F. Reese Professor Dale Kent

Box 1987.IA.26-1

Tape #2 Professor Randolph Starn

Box 1987.IA.26-1

Tape #3 Professor Anthony Molho

Box 1987.IA.26-1

Tape #4 Professor Lauro Martines

Box 1987.IA.26-1

Tape #5 Professor Diana Robin and Discussion

Box 1987.IA.26-1

Tape #6 Professor Charles Stinger

Box 1987.IA.26-1

Tape #7 Professor Jahn Nahemy and Discussion

Box 1987.IA.26-1

Tape #8 Professor William Prizer

Box 1987.IA.26-1

Tape #9 Professor Frank D'Accone

Box 1987.IA.26-1

Tape #10 General Discussion I

Box 1987.IA.26-1

Tape #11 Dr. Caroline Elam

Box 1987.IA.26-1

Tape #12 Professor Franek Sznura

Box 1987.IA.26-1

Tape #13 Professor Howard Burns and Discussion

Box 1987.IA.26-1

Tape #14 Professor Loren Partridge

Box 1987.IA.26-2

Tape #15 Professor Brenda Preyer

Box 1987.IA.26-2

Tape #16 General Discussion II

Box 1987.IA.26-2

Tape #17 Professor Michael Baxandall

Box 1987.IA.26-2

Tape #18 Professor Stephen Orgel

Box 1987.IA.26-2

Tape #19 Dr. Mark Jarzombek

Box 1987.IA.26-2

Tape #20 Professor James Ackerman

Box 1987.IA.26-2

Tape #21 Dr. Kurt Forster

Box 1987.IA.26-2

Tape #22 Discussion III

Box 1987.IA.26-2

Tape #23 Professor Richard Trexler

Box 1987.IA.26-2

Tape #24 Professor Ronald Weissman

Box 1987.IA.26-2

Tape #25 Professor Samuel Cohn

Box 1987.IA.26-2

Tape #26 Discussion IV

Box 1987.IA.26-2

Tape #27 Kent Lydecker

Box 1987.IA.26-2

Tape #28 Professor Edward Muir

Box 1987.IA.26-2

Tape #29 Professor Patricia Simmons

Box 1987.IA.26-3

Tape #30 Discussion V

Box 1987.IA.26-3

Tape #31 Professor Samuel Y. Edgerton

Box 1987.IA.26-3

Tape #32 Professor John Marino

Box 1987.IA.26-3

Tape #33 Final Discussion

Box 1987.IA.26-4 thru 8

Videotape Masters of Patronage Symposium

Physical Description: [KCA60 3/4" U-matic videocassettes]

General note

(Note: the 47 master tapes are numbered but unlabeled.)
Tape 2012.IA.132-01

Beginning to See . . . Reflections on L.A. Through the Eyes of Youth, 1993

Physical Description: (1 U-Matic tape)

Scope and Content Note

Independent video production by student video artists that was shown at the Jodo Shu Betsuin Buddhist Temple as part of the Getty-sponsored multicultural series "The Aesthetics of Community-Based Art Making: A Public Exchange."
 

Series III. Photographs, 1985-2007

Physical Description: 31.85 linear feet (33 boxes)

Scope and Content Note

This collection consists of photographs taken by Pamela Blackwell, Robert Walker, and other photographers, 1985-2007, for the Getty Scholar Program. The photographs are 35mm or larger 1 1/2" by 2 1/4" negatives, slides, contact sheets, or 8"x10" or 11"x14" oversize photographic prints. The black-and-white photographs of Getty scholars were used to select official scholar portraits. Official black-and-white portraits were also selectively taken of guest scholars, pre-doctoral fellows, post-doctoral fellows, and occassionally research associates. Other photographs document scholar activities including tours, symposia, receptions, and other events. Occasional photographs of program staff are also included.

Arrangement

Except for the photographic essays, which have been listed first, these records are arranged chronologically by year.
 

Photographic essays: Photographs by Pamela Blackwell, 1985-1994

Box 1994.IA.02-1

Explanatory keys, 1986-1994

 

Photographs by scholar theme, 1986-1994

Box 1994.IA.02

Patronage Studies/Dutch Art and Society in the Golden Age, 1986-1987

Physical Description: [2 volumes]
Box 1994.IA.02

Reception and Interpretation of Art and Cultural Products, 1987-1988

Physical Description: [2 volumes]
Box 1994.IA.02

Production of Culture, 1988-1989

Physical Description: [2 volumes]
Box 1994.IA.02

Avant-Garde, 1989-1990

Physical Description: [2 volumes]
Box 1994.IA.02

Ancient Civilizations in Europe, the Near East, Africa, and Latin America, 1990-1991

Physical Description: [2 volumes]
Box 1994.IA.02

Traditional, Popular, Folk, Ethnic, Commercial/High Culture, 1991-1992

Physical Description: [2 volumes]
Box 1994.IA.02

Metropolis as Crucible, 1992-1993

Physical Description: [2 volumes]
Box 1994.IA.02

Varied Aspects of the Cultures of the Americas from Pre-Columbian Times to the Present, 1993-1994

Physical Description: [2 volumes]
 

Scholar photographs at the Wagner Symposium, Dutch Studies Symposium, and other assorted locations, 1985-1988:

Box 1997.IA.01, Folder 1

Wagner Symposium at Wight Gallery UCLA, black and white photographs, November 3-5, 1988

Box 1997.IA.01, Folder 2

Wagner Symposium at Wight Gallery UCLA, contact sheets, November 3-5, 1988

Box 1997.IA.01, Folder 3

Dutch Studies Symposium, black and white photographs and contact sheets, [1986-1987]

Box 1997.IA.01, Folder 4

Scholars with scholars, contact sheets, [1986-1988]

 

Scholar portraits: contact sheets, negatives, and photograhic prints 1985-2007

Physical Description: 30.75 linear feet (31 boxes)

Arrangement note

Scholar portraits are listed chronologically by year. If the scholar year has no subheadings or has the subheading "Scholars and fellows," the photographs comprise Getty scholar, visiting scholar, pre-doctoral fellow, post-doctoral fellow, and occassionally research associate portraits. The subheading "Scholar Program people and activities" refers to non-portrait photographs of people and activities of the Scholar Program dating from a particular scholar year.
 

1985-1986:

Box 1995.IA.02-1, Folder 1

Thomas Gaehtgens

Box 1995.IA.02-1, Folder 2

Carlo Ginzburg

Box 1995.IA.02-1, Folder 3

Peter Holliday

Box 1995.IA.02-1, Folder 4

Jan Kott

Box 1995.IA.02-1, Folder 5

Hans Lüthy

Box 1995.IA.02-1, Folder 6

John Onians

Box 1995.IA.02-1, Folder 10

John Onians and Peter Holliday

Box 1995.IA.02-1, Folder 7

Maria Phillips

Box 1995.IA.02-1, Folder 8

Janet Cox Rearick

Box 1995.IA.02-1, Folder 9

Wesley Trimpi

 

1986-1987:

 

Scholars and fellows,

Box 1995.IA.02-1, Folder 11

André Corboz

Box 1995.IA.02-1, Folder 13

Thomas Grey

Box 1995.IA.02-1, Folder 14

Mark Jarzombek

Box 1995.IA.02-2, Folder 2

Mark Jarzombek and Melinda Schlitt

Box 1995.IA.02-1, Folder 15

Edouard de Jongh

Box 1995.IA.02-1, Folder 16

Dale Kent

Box 1995.IA.02-1, Folder 17

J. Michael Montias

Box 1995.IA.02-1, Folder 18

Stephen Orgel

Box 1995.IA.02-1, Folder 19

Berthold Riese

Box 1995.IA.02-1, Folder 20

Melinda Schlitt

Box 1995.IA.02-1, Folder 21

Gary Schwartz

Box 1995.IA.02-1, Folder 22

Jacob Smit

Box 1995.IA.02-1, Folder 23

Kim Veltman

Box 1995.IA.02-1, Folder 24

Lyckle de Vries

Box 1995.IA.02-2, Folder 1

Martin Warnke

Box 1995.IA.02-1, Folder 12

Jan de Vries and Ad van der Woude

 

Scholar Program people and activities

Box 1995.IA.02-2, Folder 3

Scholar Party

Box 1995.IA.02-2, Folder 4

Miscellaneous

Box 1995.IA.02-2, Folder 5

Mel Edelstein

Box 1995.IA.02-2, Folder 6

Pierre Boulez Luncheon

Box 1995.IA.02-2, Folder 7

Dutch Studies Symposium

Box 1995.IA.02-2, Folder 8

Patronage Symposium

 

1987-1988:

 

Scholars and fellows

Box 1995.IA.02-2, Folder 14

Svetlana Alpers

Box 1995.IA.02-3, Folder 1

Marcia Ascher

Box 1995.IA.02-3, Folder 2

Antonio Bonet-Correa

Box 1995.IA.02-2, Folder 13

Jacqueline Burkhardt

Box 1995.IA.02-3, Folder 3

Caroline Bynum

Box 1995.IA.02-3, Folder 4

Bill Christian

Box 1995.IA.02-3, Folder 5

Charles Dill

Box 1995.IA.02-3, Folder 6

Gisele Freund

Box 1995.IA.02-2, Folder 9

Wolfgang Kemp

Box 1995.IA.02-2, Folder 10

Martin Lowry

Box 1995.IA.02-3, Folder 8

Sheldon Nodelman

Box 1995.IA.02-3, Folder 9

Conrad Rudolph

Box 1995.IA.02-3, Folder 10

Carl Schorske

Box 1995.IA.02-3, Folder 11

Daniel Selden

Box 1995.IA.02-2, Folder 12

Leo Steinberg

Box 1995.IA.02-3, Folder 12

Marina Warner

 

Scholar Program people and activities

Box 1995.IA.02-2, Folder 11

Lowry Lecture/Reception

Box 1995.IA.02-3, Folder 7

Freund Film

Box 1995.IA.02-3, Folder 13

Dewe-Matthews Exhibition

Box 1995.IA.02-3, Folder 14

Architectural Tour

Box 1995.IA.02-3, Folder 15

Frank Gehry Day

Box 1995.IA.02-3, Folder 16

Conservation Institute

Box 1995.IA.02-3, Folder 17

Forster Garden Party

Box 1995.IA.02-3, Folder 18

Scholar Party, June 5, 1988

Box 1995.IA.02-3, Folder 19

Center Architecture

Box 1995.IA.02-3, Folder 20

7th Floor, Moving Day

Box 1995.IA.02-3, Folder 21

Herb Hymans and Mary [unknown last name] Birthday Party

Box 1995.IA.02-3, Folder 22

Christmas Card, 1987

Box 1995.IA.02-3, Folder 23

Tom Reese (and family)

Box 1995.IA.02-3, Folder 24

Nicholas Olsberg

Box 1995.IA.02-3, Folder 25

Gene Hamilton

Box 1995.IA.02-3, Folder 26

Michelle [illegible last name]

 

1988-1989:

 

Scholars and fellows

Box 1995.IA.02-4, Folder 1

Joseph Auner

Box 1995.IA.02-4, Folder 2

George Baird

Box 1995.IA.02-4, Folder 3

François Bucher

Box 1995.IA.02-4, Folder 4

Tilmann Buddensieg

Box 1995.IA.02-4, Folder 5

John Goody

Box 1995.IA.02-4, Folder 6

Eric Hobsbawn

Box 1995.IA.02-4, Folder 7

Aron Gurevich

Box 1995.IA.02-4, Folder 8

Thomas Huhn

Box 1995.IA.02-4, Folder 9

Anne Gret Janda

Box 1995.IA.02-4, Folder 10

Christiane Klapisch

Box 1995.IA.02-4, Folder 11

George Kubler

Box 1995.IA.02-4, Folder 12

Harry Mallgrave

Box 1995.IA.02-4, Folder 13

George Marcus

Box 1995.IA.02-4, Folder 14

Raymonde Moulin

Box 1995.IA.02-4, Folder 15

Fritz Neumeyer

Box 1995.IA.02-4, Folder 16

Lauren O'Connell

Box 1995.IA.02-4, Folder 17

Robert Piencikowski

Box 1995.IA.02-5, Folder 1

Ulrich Schneider

Box 1995.IA.02-5, Folder 2

Salvatore Settis

Box 1995.IA.02-5, Folder 3

George Stocking

Box 1995.IA.02-5, Folder 4

Elizabeth Watson

 

Scholar program people and activities

Box 1995.IA.02-5, Folder 5

Scholar Reception, Reese Home, October 15, 1988

Box 1995.IA.02-5, Folder 6

Scholar Informal Discussion, January 25, 1989

Box 1995.IA.02-5, Folder 7

Lecture: C. Garcia-Rodero and B. Christian

Box 1995.IA.02-5, Folder 8

Seminar: John Onians, April 19, 1989

Box 1995.IA.02-5, Folder 9

Scholar Informal Discussion, February 22, 1989

Box 1995.IA.02-5, Folder 10

Scholar Informal Discussion, March 8, 1989

Box 1995.IA.02-5, Folder 11

Scholar Informal Discussion, April 13, 1989

Box 1995.IA.02-5, Folder 12

Center Piece: Minorities American Art, April 21, 1989

Box 1995.IA.02-5, Folder 13

Wagner Symposium, November 3-5, 1988

Box 1995.IA.02-5, Folder 14

Wagner Symposium [continued], November 3-5, 1988

Box 1995.IA.02-5, Folder 15

Center Christmas Party, 1988

Box 1995.IA.02-5, Folder 16

Scholar Christmas Lunch, December 21, 1988

Box 1995.IA.02-5, Folder 17

Birthday Party, Herb Hymans and Mary [illegible last name: may be Llewenyn?], January 1989

Box 1995.IA.02-5, Folder 18

Otto Wittmann

Box 1995.IA.02-5, Folder 19

Fred Bohrer

Box 1995.IA.02-5, Folder 20

Staff

Box 1995.IA.02-5, Folder 21

Staff: Miscellaneous

Box 1995.IA.02-5, Folder 22

Christmas Card, 1988

 

1989-1990:

 

Scholars and fellows

Box 1995.IA.02-6, Folder 1

Luigi Ballerini

Box 1995.IA.02-6, Folder 2

Stephen Barthelmess

Box 1995.IA.02-6, Folder 3

Yve-Alain Bois

Box 1995.IA.02-6, Folder 4

Ian Boyd Whyte

Box 1995.IA.02-6, Folder 5

Mary Ann Caws

Box 1995.IA.02-6, Folder 6

Albrecht Dumling

Box 1995.IA.02-6, Folder 7

Luis Fernández-Galiano

Box 1995.IA.02-6, Folder 8

James Herbert

Box 1995.IA.02-6, Folder 9

W. Herrmann

Box 1995.IA.02-6, Folder 10

Peter Jelavich and Ellen Handler Spitz

Box 1995.IA.02-6, Folder 11

Anton Kaes

Box 1995.IA.02-6, Folder 12

Claude Keisch

Box 1995.IA.02-6, Folder 13

Klaus Kropfinger

Box 1995.IA.02-6, Folder 14

Sylvia Lavin

Box 1995.IA.02-6, Folder 15

H. Mallgrave 1990

Box 1995.IA.02-6, Folder 16

Annette Michelson

Box 1995.IA.02-6, Folder 17

Kenneth Silver

Box 1995.IA.02-6, Folder 18

Yvonne Spielmann

Box 1995.IA.02-6, Folder 19

Nancy Troy

Box 1995.IA.02-6, Folder 20

Peg Weiss

Box 1995.IA.02-6, Folder 21

Beat Wyss

 

Scholar program people and activities

Box 1995.IA.02-6, Folder 22

David Antin Lecture

Box 1995.IA.02-6, Folder 23

A. Boyarsky Lecture, November 3, 1989

Box 1995.IA.02-7, Folder 1

Maria Phillips Lecture

Box 1995.IA.02-7, Folder 2

Berlin Roundtable, December 13, 1989

Box 1995.IA.02-7, Folder 3

Romanian Roundtable

Box 1995.IA.02-7, Folder 4

L.A. Tour, October 21, 1989

Box 1995.IA.02-7, Folder 5

Architectural Tour

Box 1995.IA.02-7, Folder 6

Scholar Reception, September 20, 1989

Box 1995.IA.02-7, Folder 7

Scholar Reception #2, October 10, 1989

Box 1995.IA.02-7, Folder 8

Forster Garden Party, October 15, 1989

Box 1995.IA.02-7, Folder 9

Christmas Card and Mary [unknown last name] farewell, October 5, 1989

Box 1995.IA.02-7, Folder 10

Miscellaneous

Scope and Content Note

Includes three single negative strips labeled "Smokers", "Staff", and [illegible]
 

1990-1991:

 

Scholars and fellows

Box 1995.IA.02-7, Folder 11

Oskar Batschmann

Box 1995.IA.02-7, Folder 12

Suzanne Blier

Box 1995.IA.02-7, Folder 13

Vittode Branca

Box 1995.IA.02-7, Folder 14

Luisa Ciammitti

Box 1995.IA.02-7, Folder 15

Johannes Fabian

Box 1995.IA.02-7, Folder 16

Ursela Frohne

Box 1995.IA.02-7, Folder 17

Teresa Gisbert

Box 1995.IA.02-7, Folder 18

Keith Holz

Box 1995.IA.02-8, Folder 3

Stephan von Huene and Petra Kipphoff

Box 1995.IA.02-7, Folder 19

Sanford Kwinter

Box 1995.IA.02-8, Folder 2

Mogens Larsen

Box 1995.IA.02-7, Folder 21

Tom Levin

Box 1995.IA.02-7, Folder 22

Sabine MacCormack

Box 1995.IA.02-7, Folder 23

Ákos Moranvánsky

Box 1995.IA.02-7, Folder 24

Andrew Stewart

Box 1995.IA.02-8, Folder 1

Mario Torelli

Box 1995.IA.02-8, Folder 4

Hayden White

Box 1995.IA.02-8, Folder 5

Tom Zuidema

 

Scholar program people and activities

Box 1995.IA.02-7, Folder 20

Gehry/Holl Lecture

Box 1995.IA.02-7, Folder 25

Frank Gehry

Scope and Content Note

No proofs and negatives are in this file: only a call slip for 13 contact prints and 45 negative strips.
Box 1995.IA.02-8, Folder 6

Salvatore Settis Lecture

Box 1995.IA.02-8, Folder 7

Hymans Centerpiece

Box 1995.IA.02-8, Folder 8

L.A. Tour

Box 1995.IA.02-8, Folder 9

Garden Party

Box 1995.IA.02-8, Folder 10

Christmas Party

Box 1995.IA.02-8, Folder 11

Christmas Card

Box 1995.IA.02-8, Folder 12

Miscellaneous/Staff

 

1991-1992:

 

Scholars and fellows

Box 1995.IA.02-8, Folder 13

Elliott Carter

Box 1995.IA.02-8, Folder 14

David Cairns

Box 1995.IA.02-8, Folder 15

Aris Fioretos

Box 1995.IA.02-8, Folder 16

Lynn Garafola

Box 1995.IA.02-8, Folder 17

William Gass

Box 1995.IA.02-8, Folder 18

Neil Harris

Box 1995.IA.02-8, Folder 19

Mikhail Iampolski

Box 1995.IA.02-8, Folder 20

Ursula Pia Jauch

Box 1995.IA.02-8, Folder 21

Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett

Box 1995.IA.02-8, Folder 22

Gàbor Klaniczay

Box 1995.IA.02-8, Folder 23

Jose Luis Mateo

Box 1995.IA.02-8, Folder 24

Keith Moxey

Box 1995.IA.02-8, Folder 25

Werner Oechslin

Box 1995.IA.02-8, Folder 26

Peter Pozefsky

Box 1995.IA.02-8, Folder 27

Juan-Antonio Ramirez

Box 1995.IA.02-8, Folder 28

Joseph Rykwert

Box 1995.IA.02-8, Folder 29

Birgit Verwiebe

Box 1995.IA.02-9, Folder 1

Anthony Vidler

Box 1995.IA.02-9, Folder 2

Richard Wollheim

Box 1995.IA.02-9, Folder 3

Brigitte Werneburg

 

Scholar program people and activities

Box 1995.IA.02-8, Folder 30

Lynn Garafola (publicity) and Birgit Verwiebe lecture

Box 1995.IA.02-9, Folder 4

L.A. Tour

Box 1995.IA.02-9, Folder 5

Scholar Reception

Box 1995.IA.02-9, Folder 6

Scholar Reception #2

Box 1995.IA.02-9, Folder 7

Garden Party

Box 1995.IA.02-9, Folder 8

Christmas Party

Box 1995.IA.02-9, Folder 9

Christmas Card

Box 1995.IA.02-9, Folder 10

Scholar Retreat

Box 1995.IA.02-9, Folder 11

[Shoenberg?] Symposium

Box 1995.IA.02-9, Folder 12

[Shoenberg?] Symposium [continued]

Box 1995.IA.02-9, Folder 13

Street Art/Graffiti Vandalism

Box 1995.IA.02-9, Folder 14

Street Art/Graffiti Vandalism [continued]

Box 1995.IA.02-9, Folder 15

Neutra Symposium

 

1992-1993:

 

Scholars and fellows

Box 1995.IA.02-9, Folder 16

Thomas Bender and Gwendolyn Wright

Box 1995.IA.02-9, Folder 17

Ruth Ben-Ghiat

Box 1995.IA.02-9, Folder 18

Adolf Borbein

Box 1995.IA.02-9, Folder 19

Charles Burnett

Box 1995.IA.02-9, Folder 20

Jean-Louis Cohen

Box 1995.IA.02-9, Folder 21

Marco de Michelis

Box 1995.IA.02-9, Folder 22

Essex Hemphill

Box 1995.IA.02-10, Folder 1

Klaus Herding

Box 1995.IA.02-10, Folder 2

Robert Hullot-Kentor

Box 1995.IA.02-10, Folder 3

Nicholas Largier

Box 1995.IA.02-10, Folder 4

György Ligeti

Box 1995.IA.02-10, Folder 5

George Lipsitz

Box 1995.IA.02-10, Folder 6

Jennie Livingston

Box 1995.IA.02-10, Folder 7

Patricia Morton

Box 1995.IA.02-10, Folder 8

Margaret Nesbit

Box 1995.IA.02-10, Folder 9

Katherine Rudolph

Box 1995.IA.02-10, Folder 10

Lisa Tiersten

Box 1995.IA.02-10, Folder 11

Stanislaus von Moos

Box 1995.IA.02-10, Folder 12

Michael Wintroub

Box 1995.IA.02-10, Folder 13

Irving Wohlfarth

Box 1995.IA.02-10, Folder 14

Christa Wolf

 

Scholar program people and activites

Box 1995.IA.02-10, Folder 15

L.A. Tour

Box 1995.IA.02-10, Folder 16

Welcome reception and reception #2

Box 1995.IA.02-10, Folder 17

Informal Scholar Discussion

 

1993-1994:

 

Scholars and fellows

Box 1995.IA.02-10, Folder 18

Joan Branham

Box 1995.IA.02-10, Folder 19

Darrell Davis

Box 1995.IA.02-10, Folder 20

Pierre Duviols

Box 1995.IA.02-10, Folder 21

Diana Fane

Box 1995.IA.02-10, Folder 22

Enrique Florescano

Box 1995.IA.02-11, Folder 1

Graziano Gasparini

Box 1995.IA.02-11, Folder 2

Ramón Gutiérrez

Box 1995.IA.02-11, Folder 3

Margarita Gutman

Box 1995.IA.02-11, Folder 4

Lewis Hyde

Box 1995.IA.02-11, Folder 5

Jorge Klor de Alva

Box 1995.IA.02-11, Folder 6

Heather Lechtman

Box 1995.IA.02-11, Folder 7

John Loomis

Box 1995.IA.02-11, Folder 8

Robbie McCauley

Box 1995.IA.02-11, Folder 9

Natalie Melas

Box 1995.IA.02-11, Folder 10

Rosamund Purcell

Box 1995.IA.02-11, Folder 11

Paul Raabe

Box 1995.IA.02-11, Folder 12

Mario Sartor

Box 1995.IA.02-11, Folder 13

Bernhard Schimmelpfennig

Box 1995.IA.02-11, Folder 14

Allan Sekula

Box 1995.IA.02-11, Folder 15

John Yau

 

Scholar program people and activites

Box 1995.IA.02-11, Folder 16

Tom Reese Lecture

Box 1995.IA.02-11, Folder 17

Salvatore Settis Address

Box 1995.IA.02-11, Folder 18

L.A. Tour

Box 1995.IA.02-11, Folder 19

Brentwood Tour

Box 1995.IA.02-11, Folder 20

Museum Tour

Box 1995.IA.02-11, Folder 21

Welcome Reception

Box 1995.IA.02-11, Folder 22

Miscellaneous/Staff

Box 1995.IA.02-11, Folder 23

Christmas Party

Box 1995.IA.02-11, Folder 24

Mel Edelstein acquisitions talk

 

1994-1995:

Box 1995.IA.02-12, Folder 1

Julia Annas

Box 1995.IA.02-12, Folder 2

Aleida Assmann

Box 1995.IA.02-12, Folder 3

Jan Assmann

Box 1995.IA.02-12, Folder 4

Michael Baxandall

Box 1995.IA.02-12, Folder 5

Mary Carruthers

Box 1995.IA.02-12, Folder 6

Chad Coerver

Box 1995.IA.02-12, Folder 7

Mark Franko

Box 1995.IA.02-12, Folder 8

Carlo Ginzburg

Box 1995.IA.02-12, Folder 9

Stuart Harten

Box 1995.IA.02-12, Folder 10

Francois Hartog

Box 1995.IA.02-13, Folder 1

Claude Imbert

Box 1995.IA.02-13, Folder 2

Christian Jacob

Box 1995.IA.02-13, Folder 3

Karen Kettering

Box 1995.IA.02-13, Folder 4

Heiner Muller

Box 1995.IA.02-13, Folder 5

Krzystof Pomian

Box 1995.IA.02-13, Folder 6

Jacques Revel

Box 1995.IA.02-13, Folder 7

Charles Rhyne

Box 1995.IA.02-13, Folder 8

Annette Richards

Box 1995.IA.02-13, Folder 9

Michael Roth

Box 1995.IA.02-14, Folder 1

Carlo Severi

Box 1995.IA.02-14, Folder 2

Susan Sontag

Box 1995.IA.02-14, Folder 3

Richard Sorabji

Box 1995.IA.02-14, Folder 4

Randolph Starn

Box 1995.IA.02-14, Folder 5

Susan Stewart

Box 1995.IA.02-14, Folder 6

Guillermo Vazquez Consuegra

Box 1995.IA.02-14, Folder 7

Nathan Wachtel

 

1995-1996:

Box 1995.IA.02-14, Folder 8

Harrison Birtwistle

Box 1995.IA.02-14, Folder 9

Paula Findlen

Box 2006.IA.24-1, Folder 1

Enrique Florescano

Box 1995.IA.02-14, Folder 10

Saul Friedlander

Box 1995.IA.02-15, Folder 1

Todd Gernes

Box 1995.IA.02-15, Folder 2

Francis Haskell

Box 1995.IA.02-15, Folder 3

Henri Lavagne D'Ortigue

Box 1995.IA.02-15, Folder 4

William MacGregor

Box 1995.IA.02-15, Folder 5

Jenifer Neils

Box 1995.IA.02-15, Folder 6

Shigetoshi Osano

Box 1995.IA.02-15, Folder 7

Pratapaditya Pal

Box 1995.IA.02-15, Folder 8

Giuseppe Pucci

Box 1995.IA.02-15, Folder 9

Carlos Sambricio

Box 1995.IA.02-16, Folder 1

Alain Schnapp

Box 1995.IA.02-16, Folder 2

Aaron Segal

Box 1995.IA.02-16, Folder 3

Barbara Stafford

 

1996-1997:

Box 1995.IA.02-16, Folder 4

Brenda Bright

Box 1995.IA.02-16, Folder 5

Robert Carringer

Box 1995.IA.02-16, Folder 6

Bernard Cooper

Box 1995.IA.02-16, Folder 7

Dorothy Crawford

Box 1995.IA.02-16, Folder 8

Robert Dawidoff

Box 1995.IA.02-17, Folder 1

Bill Deverell

Box 1995.IA.02-17, Folder 2

Christopher Donnan

Box 1995.IA.02-17, Folder 3

Philip Ethington

Box 1995.IA.02-17, Folder 4

Robbert Flick

Box 1995.IA.02-17, Folder 5

Roger Friedland

Box 1995.IA.02-17, Folder 6

Paolo Gasparini

Box 1995.IA.02-17, Folder 7

Kanishka Goonewardena

Box 1995.IA.02-17, Folder 8

Thomas Hines

Box 1995.IA.02-18, Folder 1

David James

Box 1995.IA.02-18, Folder 2

Samella Lewis

Box 1995.IA.02-18, Folder 3

Jerome Monnet

Box 1995.IA.02-18, Folder 4

Becky Nicolaides

Box 1995.IA.02-18, Folder 5

Carolyn See

Box 1995.IA.02-18, Folder 6

Allan Sekula

Box 1995.IA.02-18, Folder 7

RJ Smith

Box 1995.IA.02-18, Folder 8

Raul Villa

 

1997-1999:

Box 2006.IA.24-2, Folder 1

Norman Bryson

Box 2006.IA.24-2, Folder 2

Page Dubois

Box 2006.IA.24-2, Folder 3

Martha Feldman

Box 2006.IA.24-2, Folder 4

Philip Fisher

Box 2006.IA.24-2, Folder 5

Diego Lanza

Box 2006.IA.24-2, Folder 6

Reinhart Meyer-Kalkus

Box 2006.IA.24-2, Folder 7

Adrian M. S. Piper

Box 2006.IA.24-2, Folder 8

Nicola Savarese

Box 2006.IA.24-2, Folder 9

Elaine Scarry

Box 2006.IA.24-2, Folder 10

Debora Silverman

Box 2006.IA.24-2, Folder 11

Lesley Stern

Box 2006.IA.24-2, Folder 12

David Summers

Box 2006.IA.24-2, Folder 13

Bill Viola

 

1999-2000:

 

Scholars

Box 2006.IA.24-3, Folder 1

Photograph releases

Box 2006.IA.24-3, Folder 2

Test @ grade 2, 1997-2000

Scope and Content Note

[19 4"x4.5" prints representing a sample of scholars.]
Box 2006.IA.24-3, Folder 3

Final scholars, 1999-2000

Scope and Content Note

[19 3"x4" prints]
Box 2006.IA.24-3, Folder 4

David Carrier

Box 2006.IA.24-3, Folder 5

Timothy James Clark

Box 2006.IA.24-3, Folder 6

Heinrich Dilly

Box 2006.IA.24-3, Folder 7

Lydia Goehr

Box 2006.IA.24-3, Folder 8

Thomas DaCosta Kaufmann

Box 2006.IA.24-3, Folder 9

Donata Levi

Box 2006.IA.24-3, Folder 10

Robert S. Nelson

Box 2006.IA.24-3, Folder 11

Margaret R. Olin

Box 2006.IA.24-3, Folder 12

Ernst Osterkamp

Box 2006.IA.24-3, Folder 13

Erika Rummel

Box 2006.IA.24-3, Folder 14

Elizabeth Sears

Box 2006.IA.24-3, Folder 15

Catherine M. Soussloff

 

Pre- and post-doctoral

Box 2006.IA.24-4, Folder 1

Photo releases

Box 2006.IA.24-4, Folder 2

Elspeth Brown

Box 2006.IA.24-4, Folder 3

Darcy Buerkle

Box 2006.IA.24-4, Folder 4

Francesco de Angelis

Box 2006.IA.24-4, Folder 5

Otniel Dror

Box 2006.IA.24-4, Folder 6

Andreas Gailus

Box 2006.IA.24-4, Folder 7

Stefan Jonsson

Box 2006.IA.24-4, Folder 8

Juliet Koss

Box 2006.IA.24-4, Folder 9

Elizabeth Liebman

Box 2006.IA.24-4, Folder 10

Richard Meyer

Box 2006.IA.24-4, Folder 11

Margaret Pagaduan

Box 2006.IA.24-4, Folder 12

Linda-Anne Rebhun

Box 2006.IA.24-4, Folder 13

Catherine Schaller

Box 2006.IA.24-4, Folder 14

Meng Yue

 

2000-2001:

Box 2006.IA.24-5, Folder 1

Malcolm Baker

Box 2006.IA.24-5, Folder 2

Mario Carpo

Box 2006.IA.24-5, Folder 3

Whitney Davis

Box 2006.IA.24-5, Folder 4

Peter Forgacs

Box 2006.IA.24-5, Folder 5

Dorinne Kondo

Box 2006.IA.24-5, Folder 6

Lothar Ledderose

Box 2006.IA.24-5, Folder 7

Sherrie Levine

Box 2006.IA.24-5, Folder 8

Partha Mitter

Box 2006.IA.24-5, Folder 9

Joost van Oss

Box 2006.IA.24-5, Folder 10

Ingrid Rowland

Box 2006.IA.24-5, Folder 11

Pamela Smith

Box 2006.IA.24-5, Folder 12

Anne Wagner

Box 2006.IA.24-5, Folder 13

Herta Wolf

Box 2006.IA.24-5, Folder 14

Rani Singh

Box 2006.IA.24-5, Folder 15

Michael Lobel

Box 2006.IA.24-5, Folder 16

Alastair Wright

 

2001-2002:

Box 2006.IA.24-6, Folder 1

Mieke Bal

Box 2006.IA.24-6, Folder 2

S. M. Can Bilsel

Box 2006.IA.24-6, Folder 3

Benjamin Buchloh

Box 2006.IA.24-6, Folder 4

Charles Harrison

Box 2006.IA.24-6, Folder 5

Melissa Hyde

Box 2006.IA.24-6, Folder 6

John Hyman

Box 2006.IA.24-6, Folder 7

Kajri Jain

Box 2006.IA.24-6, Folder 8

Lawrence Kruger

Box 2006.IA.24-6, Folder 9

Jacqueline Lichtenstein

Box 2006.IA.24-6, Folder 10

Maria Hsiuya Loh

Box 2006.IA.24-6, Folder 11

Jerry Moore

Box 2006.IA.24-6, Folder 12

Deanna Petherbridge

Box 2006.IA.24-6, Folder 13

Lisa Pon

Box 2006.IA.24-6, Folder 14

Dennis L. Sepper

Box 2006.IA.24-6, Folder 15

Terence E. Smith

 

2002-2003:

Box 2006.IA.24-7, Folder 1

Dympa Callaghan

Box 2006.IA.24-7, Folder 2

Bruno Chenique

Box 2006.IA.24-7, Folder 3

Janet Hoskins

Box 2006.IA.24-7, Folder 4

Pat Kirkham

Box 2006.IA.24-7, Folder 5

Kate Nicholson

Box 2006.IA.24-7, Folder 6

Rudolf Preimesberger

Box 2006.IA.24-7, Folder 7

Robert Rosenstone

Box 2006.IA.24-7, Folder 8

Sally Stein

Box 2006.IA.24-7, Folder 9

Dieter Thomae

Box 2006.IA.24-7, Folder 10

Jonathan Weimberg

Box 2006.IA.24-7, Folder 11

Photo collage of scholars

 

2003-2004:

 

Getty Scholars

Box 2006.IA.24-8, Folder 1

Malcolm Bull

Box 2006.IA.24-8, Folder 2

Ting Chang

Box 2006.IA.24-8, Folder 3

Serge Guilbaut