Professor Lauren S. Weingarden presented two conference papers at European venues this summer. In May she presented “Visualizing Obscenity in Paris: Manet’s Le déjeuner, Olympia and Nana as Markers of Pornographic Commerce and Censorship,” at the European Society for Nineteenth-Century Art (ESNA) Annual Conference, held at the Rijksmuseum Museum, Amsterdam, Holland. In June, she presented “Embodying Baudelairean Modernity: A Neuro-physiological Model for Reifying Rupture,” at the Society for French Studies (SFS) Annual Conference, held at The University of Glasgow, Scotland.
Professor Weingarden’s essay, “A Poetics of Organic Expression: Louis Sullivan’s Transcendentalist Legacy in Word and Image,” was published in Sarah Garland and Catherine Gander (Eds.), Mixed Messages: American Correspondences in Visual and Verbal Practices (Manchester University Press), released in August 2016.