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Reconsidering ‘Pictures of Beauties’ in the Era of #metoo: An Utamaro Case Study
Julie Nelson Davis, Professor of the History of Art at the University of Pennsylvania, is a leading scholar of early modern Japanese woodblock prints.
Presented by the Art History Department with support from Asian Languages and Cultures, the Center for Visual Cultures, and the Chazen Museum of Art.
Funding provided by the University Lectures Committee Anonymous Fund and the Joan B. Mirviss Japanese Art Fund