Talk: Anna Arabindan-Kesson

winslow homer cotton pickers

Networks of Labour: Representing Cotton in Nineteenth-Century America.

Anna Arabindan-Kesson will examine some of the ways that representations of cotton in 19th-century American art were shaped by the creation of labour networks between different spaces, such as the relationship between the plantation and the factory.

Anna is a PhD candidate in History of Art and African-American Studies at Yale University in the USA.

Drop-in Event, no booking required, but places may fill up quickly so please arrive in good time. A complimentary glass of wine is offered following the talk.

Image by Winslow Homer, Cotton Pickers.

3 Responses to Talk: Anna Arabindan-Kesson

  1. Does this talk have a title/subject yet? Thanks.

  2. Hi Harry, I’ll find out and update this page as soon as the information is available, thanks

  3. Hi Harry and others interested in the talk by Anna Arabindan-Kesson

    The lecture is titled ‘Networks of Labour: Representing Cotton in Nineteenth Century America’. Anna is a PhD candidate at Yale University.

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