Do we have a responsibility to the nation in our teaching and writing on American art? How would this responsibility be enacted and can it be done without seeming to be jingoistic? Does a new understanding of our nation impact our teaching and study of American art? How do you feel about the idea of a national narrative? Have you been challenged to rethink the relationship between American art, the nation, and its citizenry at any time in the last year?
David M. Lubin, Charlotte C. Weber Professor of Art, Wake Forest University
Angela Miller, Professor, Department of Art History and Archaeology, Washington University, Saint Louis
Patricia Junker, Ann M. Barwick Curator of American Art, Seattle Art Museum
Lauren Lessing, Mirken Director of Academic and Public Programs
Alan Wallach, Professor Emeritus, Department of Art and Art History, The College of William and Mary
Sally Webster, Professor Emerita, City University of New York
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