[SydPhil] Contagious Joy: Censorship, Homosexuality, and Jacob Epstein's Tomb of Oscar Wilde, circa 1913
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[The University of Sydney]
Department of Philosophy
Contagious Joy: Censorship, Homosexuality, and Jacob Epstein's Tomb of Oscar Wilde, circa 1913
Mary Grace Wilson Professor of Art,
Art History & Visual Studies,
This paper will examine international anarchist movements’ defense of Oscar Wilde’s famous Tomb, carved by Jacob Epstein, which was subjected to State censorship for “indecency” when it was installed at Père Lachaise cemetery in Paris in 1912.
Thursday 18 February 2016
Muniment Room (S401)*
Level 4, Lobby B (Southern Vestibule)
The University of Sydney
*The Muniment Room is accessible via either the Northern (Lobby Q) or Southern (Lobby B) Vestibules’ staircases on the Eastern side of the Quadrangle Building (facing the city).
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<http://sydney.edu.au/arts/about/maps.shtml?locationID=A14>This event is free
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