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People of Color in European Art History: Because you wouldn't want to be historically inaccurate.
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medievalpoc Sep 17
Marten van Mytens III Portrait of a Young Black Man in Eastern European Livery Vienna (c. 1750) oil on canvas; 190.5 x 114.5 cm The Image of the Black in Western Art Research Project and Photo Archive, Harvard University
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Media Diversified Sep 14
Help us continue to do our work, pay writers of colour and thrive ✌🏽✌🏾✌🏿 by subscribing to our: Patreon or gumroad:
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your friend Helen Sep 17
Someone put a damn good reminder on the Brooklyn Museum last night
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wikipedia brown aka eve ewing aka lil muji pen Sep 17
Chicago-area scholars, have you ever wanted to know how to work with journalists effectively to share your research? UIC is hosting a workshop *tomorrow* with folks from WGN, the Tribune, WBEZ and more to share some tips. More info/RSVP here.
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medievalpoc Sep 17
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Disgruntled Haradrim Sep 16
seeing The Black God’s Drums just casually hanging out with the cool kids books is still surreal.
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Dr Caitlin Green Jan 12
Replying to @caitlinrgreen
'Ancient glassware travelled the Silk Road'—new paper on Sasanian & Roman glass in 5th-century AD Japan :)
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Dr Caitlin Green 12 Jul 17
Replying to @caitlinrgreen
The 6thC 'Cup of Chosroes', made for Sasanian king Chosroes I (Khosrow I) & prob sent to France in Carolingian era:
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Dr Caitlin Green Jul 22
Indo-Pacific beads from Europe to Japan? Another fifth- to seventh-century AD global distribution — new post by me :)
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Paula R. Curtis Sep 17
Today’s the last day to submit abstracts for "De-centering the Global Middle Ages"! We welcome applications from specialists in Africa, Asia, the Americas, Europe & more! 🌏🌍🌎
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N. K. Jemisin Sep 17
It was fun! And for those who heard me mention it at the event yesterday, check out P. Djeli Clark's blog of cool, thinky essays. With links to his published fiction!
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Elle says Pre-order A BLADE SO BLACK. Treat yoself Sep 17
Y'all... ♠️ comes out next week. Like....LIKE... Okay. Whew. So, you need this book. Seriously. So much . Look at this. Buy it. Buy it for a Black girl so she can see herself. Buy it for Black Boys. ALL black kids. Do it.
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Dhonielle Clayton Sep 15
I had a dream last night that adapted and w/ for TV as an adult female Game of Thrones ... and all the makeup was done using ’s and all the costumes designed by black designers. Y’all ... let this be prophecy. 🙏🏽
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Patrice Caldwell Sep 16
“I wanted to write historical fiction, which everyone knows doesn’t sell, and zombies, which are “over with.” - on writing (there are no dead genres, write the book 🙌🏾)
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medievalpoc Sep 17
The amazing thing about fantasy fiction is that you can make up literally *anything* you want, but if you won't believe that, there's also this:
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Peter Paul Rubens Sep 13
Wonderfully close-up & character-filled Adoration of the Magi, 1500, by Andrea Mantegna. Today has been his day.
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Art UK Sep 14
Peter Lely was born in 1618. He's of Dutch origin, but trained in Germany before settling England. He became a popular portraitist, painting Charles I, Charles II and their families. 'Charlotte Fitzroy' by Peter Lely,
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Peter Paul Rubens Sep 14
Elizabeth Murray, Lady Tollemache, receiving some flowers in 1651. By Sir Peter Lely. It's his day today. .
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Peter Paul Rubens Sep 16
Replying to @medievalpoc
2/2 Return of the prodigal son now done as beautiful history painting (and w/out out blondes) by Bernardino Licinio. It's his day today. .
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medievalpoc Sep 17
Art historian Alice Procter's 'Uncomfortable Art Tours': Alternative museum tours explore colonial loot, biased narratives
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