- Location: Community Room, Jean and Alexander Heard Library • Vanderbilt University • Nashville, TN 37204
- Contact: Mary Anne Caton
- Email: email@example.com
- Phone: 615-875-9074
- Audience: Free and Open to the Public
Vanderbilt Library continues its Open Mind series Friday December 1 with Memory and Monuments: Beyond Charlottesville. Join students, faculty and staff in the Community Room for a lively discussion about how we frame history and memory in public spaces. What can we learn from recent events in New Orleans, Baltimore, Cairo and other cities? Controversial monuments to the Holocaust, to Columbus, and to Queen Victoria in Europe, South America, and Australia have incited discussions about destruction and preservation of public sculpture. What should happen to public monuments and the processes they symbolize? Who decides?
Our speakers are Mark Scala, Chief Curator at the Frist Center for Visual Arts and Helmut Smith, Martha Rivers Ingram Professor of History and Director of the Vanderbilt Digital Humanities Center. Dominique Anderson, Diversity & Inclusion Specialist from the Wond'ry, will moderate.
What: Vanderbilt Libraries Open Mind Series and Reception
Memory and Monuments: Beyond Charlottesville
When: Friday, December 1, 2017 4:10PM to 6:00PM
Where: Central Library Community Room, 4th floor
Who: All are welcome