“Learning to see is the longest apprenticeship of all the arts,” says art historian Alexander Nemerov. With this in mind, Dr. Nemerov urges us to make real-world experiences more legitimate and powerful through the lens of visual art. He will bring this critical lens to his analysis of the work of the philosopher Simone Weil and the artist Giotto di Bondone. Nemerov is the Carl and Marilyn Thoma Provostial Professor of Arts and Humanities and Chair of the Department of Art and Art History at Stanford University.

This lecture is co-sponsored by the Snite Museum of Art and the American Weil Society as part of “Translations of Beauty: Simone Weil and Literature”, XLI Colloquium of the American Weil Society.

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