Dell Upton follows up on the theme of his current book, What Can and Can’t Be Said: Race, Uplift, and Monument Building in the Contemporary South (Yale University Press) by asking a team of individuals critically engaged with public art, memory, and the nation about the recent debates around Confederate monuments and efforts to recognize histories of lynching.
Dell Upton, Distinguished Professor of Architectural History, University of California, Los Angeles
Renée Ater, Associate Professor Emerita, American Art, PhD, The University of Maryland
Sarah Beetham, Assistant Professor of Art History, Department of Liberal Arts, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
Kirsten Pai Buick, Professor of Art History, University of New Mexico
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