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Portrait of Caspar Barlaeus

​Caspar Barlaeus (1584-1648)

​​Congratulations to the three Blue Hens participating in the Fourth Early Americanist Summit: "Translation and Transmission in the Early Americas."

Alumnus Justin M. Brown (M.A. 2015), Luce Curatorial Assistant in American Art at the Worcester Art Museum, presented on "The Engraved Landscapes of Caspar Barlaeus's Rerum per octennium in Brasilia (1647) as Historical Text and Political Image."

Doctoral candidate Emily Casey delivered the paper, "Inscribing a Liquid World--a Hydrographic Vision of Early America," and Professor Mónica Domínguez Torres presented "The Island of Pearls: Palimpsests, Perspective, and Ethnography in Early Modern Depictions of the Caribbean Pearl Trade."

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Alumnus Justin M. Brown, doctoral candidate Emily Casey, and Professor Mónica Domínguez Torres all gave presentations at the conference

​Alumnus Justin M. Brown, doctoral candidate Emily Casey, and Professor Mónica Domínguez Torres all gave presentations at the conference​​​​

6/8/2016
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