The Richard Joshua Reynolds Lectureship in the Humanities was established in 1962 through the generosity of the Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation of Winston-Salem, North Carolina. The lectureship presents scholars and artists who have distinguished themselves in the humanities. This year, The Richard Joshua Reynolds Lecturer is Paul M. Farber, Artistic Director of Monument Lab and lecturer of Fine arts and Urban Studies at the University of Pennsylvania.
Back to All Events
Earlier Event: February 6MONUMENTS OF THE FUTURE — ALTERNATIVE APPROACHES