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Art History Professor Darius Spieth Co-Organizes “Art, Mind and Markets” Conference at Yale

March 27–29, 2014 Yale School of Management Sponsored by the International Center for Finance The International Center for Finance at Yale University will host a conference on the subject of “Art, Mind and Markets,” March 27–29, 2014. Upon invitation by the director of the center, Professor William Goetzmann of the Yale School of Management, the [...]

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LSU Art History Professor Contributes Chapter to Yale University Press Publication

LSU School of Art Associate Professor Darius A. Spieth is a contributor to the book The Great Mirror of Folly: Finance, Culture and the Crash of 1720, newly released by Yale University Press. A milestone publication on the ramifications—both financial and cultural—of the first stock market crash in Western history, this multiple-author volume unites specialists [...]

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French Historian and Essayist Marc Fumaroli Lectures on Language and the Arts

Lecture by Marc Fumaroli: “What Language to Say ‘the Arts’? French Rhetoric and German Aesthetics in the 18th Century” LSU Union Theatre | Monday, November 4, 2013, at 5 p.m. Reception and Exhibition Opening | La Langue mondiale: French as the Language of Art and Thought, 1750–1900 Hill Memorial Library | Monday, November 4, 2013, [...]

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Associate Professor Darius Spieth Selected as Mellon Visiting Professor at California Institute of Technology

Darius Spieth, associate professor of art history in the LSU School of Art and an expert in the field of international art markets and 18th- and 19th-century European art, has been named Mellon Visiting Professor for 2011 at the California Institute of Technology, or Caltech, in Pasadena. During his six months at Caltech, Spieth will [...]

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