Violating Tradition: Théodore Géricault and the Bourbon Restoration

Yves Michaud
University of Paris
“Cruelty, Morbidity and Violence: New Representations of War and Death in Gericault”

Caroline Ford
University of British Columbia
“The politics of Histories of the Restoration “

Darcy Grimaldo-Grisby
Univeristy of California, Berkeley
“The Effects of Hunger: Cannibalism and other Intimacies of Empire”

Aleksandra Idzior
University of British Columbia
“Forming History in Piott Michalowski’s ‘Samosierra'”

Charity Mewburn
University of British Columbia
“High/Low Politics if the Body: Gericault’s English Lithographic Series 1820-21”

Jan Goldstein
University of Chicago
“Gericault and the Communities of Psychological Discourse in Restoration France”

Robert Simon
Harvard University
“The Axe of the Medusa”

Carol Doyon
College Ahuntsic Montreal and Uquam
“Always Horses…”

Sheryl Kroen
University of Florida
“Theatricality and the Crisis of Legitimacy During the Restoration: The Reinvention of Political Culture in an Age of Counter-Revolution”

Margaret Waller
Pomona College California
“Addressing Women/Undressing Men”

Regis Michel
Museé du Louver, Paris
“The Adventures of the Cogito: Gericault and the Madman”