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Iconography, idolatry and nationalism are just a few of the stages that Tanisha Ramachandran used to describe the evolution of Hindu imagery.
Speaking Thursday from the Hall of Philosophy, Ramachandran, a professor of South Asian religions at Wake Forest University, delivered her lecture, “Idol, Art, Murti: The Multiple Identities of Hindu Images.” She spoke of the evolution of Hindu imagery, its historical interpretations and their contemporary implications. 548 more words
To end Week Five’s theme of “Art & Politics,” Chautauqua Institution will have not one, but two speakers give their takes on creating political ad campaigns. 414 more words