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Brown Bag The Shade of Private Life: The Right to Privacy and the Press in Turn-of-the-Century American Art 5 April 2019.Friday, 12:00PM - 1:00PM Nicole Williams, Yale University This talk considers how American artists shaped the modern concept of "the right to privacy" in ...

This talk considers how American artists shaped the modern concept of "the right to privacy" in response to the increasingly invasive mass media of the Gilded Age. It examines diverse artworks by John White Alexander, Augustus Saint-Gaudens, and others in relation to period critiques of the press and the emerging legal discourse on privacy protections.

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Brown Bag The Shade of Private Life: The Right to Privacy and the Press in Turn-of-the-Century American Art 5 April 2019.Friday, 12:00PM - 1:00PM Nicole Williams, Yale University

This talk considers how American artists shaped the modern concept of "the right to privacy" in response to the increasingly invasive mass media of the Gilded Age. It examines diverse artworks by John White Alexander, Augustus Saint-Gaudens, and others in relation to period critiques of the press and the emerging legal discourse on privacy protections.

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