Scholar-curator Salah Hassan discusses democracy, modernity, and contemporary art practices. Dr. Hassan is chair of the department of History of Art at Cornell University; editor of NKA: Journal of Contemporary African Art, and consulting editor for African Arts and Atlantica.
Part of the lecture series New Ideas on Globalization. Copresented by the Walker Art Center, the University of Minnesota Humanities Institute, the Institute for Global Studies, and the European Studies Consortium. Presented in conjunction with the exhibition How Latitudes Become Forms: Art in a Global Age.