Andrew W. Mellon Foundation “Humanities for All Times” Awards $1,064,500 to Wesleyan University for its “Carceral Connecticut Project,” Exploring the Past and Contemporary Resonances of Slavery, Race, and Industrialization in New England

Wesleyan University (Middletown, CT): Through the generosity of a Mellon Foundation “Humanities for All Times” award, Wesleyan is able to embark on a new project that explores – from interdisciplinary perspectives – the past and contemporary resonances of slavery, race, and industrialization in New England, through innovative curricula, engagement with Read more…

“Visual Histories of Sex: Collecting, Curating, Archiving,” Radical History Review 2022 (142): 1-18.

“Visual Histories of Sex: Collecting, Curating, Archiving,” Radical History Review 2022 (142): 1-18. Co-authors: Heike Bauer, Melina Pappademos, & Katie Sutton. [Free online pdf access through Duke Univ. Press] Abstract: Increased access to visual archives and the proliferation of digitized images related to sexuality have led a growing number of Read more…

Tucker, co-ed. with Heike Baur, Melina Pappademos, & Katie Sutton, Radical History Review 142: “Visual Archives of Sex” (January 2022).

Heike Bauer, Melina Pappademos, Katie Sutton, & Jennifer Tucker, co-editors, Radical History Review 142: “Visual Archives of Sex” (January 2022). Editors’ Introduction: “Visual Histories of Sex: Collecting, Curating, Archiving,” Radical History Review 142 (2022): 1-18. [Free online through Duke Univ. Press]. The contributors to ‘The Visual Archives of Sex’ theme Read more…

“Law and New Media” Conference, The Huntington, San Marino, CA, Sept. 16-17, 2022.

On September 16–17, 2022, I will participate in a conference hosted by The Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens on the topic of “Law and New Media.” The conference will convene leading academics and practitioners for a far-reaching conversation about the ways in which technologies of print media, photography, Read more…

Panelist, “Salt, Silver, & the Arctic,” for the panel “Photography and Slow Violence,” College Art Association meeting, March 3, 2022.

On Thursday, March 3, 2022, at noon, I will join a panel discussion at the College Art Association’s Annual Conference on the topic of “Photography and Slow Violence.” The panel will be chaired by Dr. Danielle Jean Stewart (Univ. of Warwick) & Dr. Isabela Muci (Princeton), and moderated by Thyago Read more…

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