Past News at Kluge-Ruhe

Podcasts archived on Kluge-Ruhe website • Tuesday December 1, 2009

Kluge-Ruhe is making available podcasts of past lectures including the John W. and Maria T. Kluge Distinguished Lecture in Arts and Humanities, as well as a panel discussion about the Australian government’s intervention in Aboriginal communities. Follow the links below to listen to or download the podcasts.

Artist Talk
Ken Thaiday, Sr.
July 10, 2009
Kluge-Ruhe Collection

Listen to Ken Thaiday’s lecture from July 10, 2009

John W. and Maria T. Kluge Distinguished Lecture in Arts and Humanities 2009
Mediating Forms: The spiritual and personal dimension of Yolngu portraiture
Howard Morphy, Ph.D.
Director, Research School of the Humanities, ANU
April 6, 2009
Morven Estate

Listen to Howard Morphy’s lecture from April 6, 2009

A Safe Keeping Place: Shifting Museum Spaces and Embedded Aboriginal Cultural Protocols
Kim Christen, Ph.D.
Washington State University
April 25, 2008
Kluge-Ruhe Collection

Listen to Kimberly Christen’s lecture from April 25, 2008

John W. and Maria T. Kluge Distinguished Lecture in Arts and Humanities 2008
What is contemporary about Aboriginal Art?
Terry E. Smith, Ph.D.
Andrew W. Mellon Professor, University of Pittsburgh
February 13, 2008
Newcomb Hall Ballroom, UVA

Listen to Terry E. Smith’s lecture from Feb. 13, 2008

Panel Discussion
Sacred or Profane? The Australian Government’s Intervention in Aboriginal Communities
Panelists: Howard Morphy, Frances Morphy, Josh Wheeler, Will Owen and Margo Smith
December 2, 2007
Newcomb Hall, South Meeting Room, UVA

Listen to the panel discussion from Dec. 2, 2007