Charmaine Nelson, McGill University

Art History and Communication Studies Associate Professor Montreal, Quebec charmaine.nelson@mcgill.ca Office: (514) 398-2210

Bio/Research

Her research is in the areas of Race and Representation and the Visual Culture of Slavery. Her teaching includes courses on Canadian Art, Nineteenth-Century Sculpture, Popular Culture, the Trans Atlantic World, Postcolonial Theory, Black Diaporic Art and Museum Studies. She curated the national e...

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Bio/Research

Her research is in the areas of Race and Representation and the Visual Culture of Slavery. Her teaching includes courses on Canadian Art, Nineteenth-Century Sculpture, Popular Culture, the Trans Atlantic World, Postcolonial Theory, Black Diaporic Art and Museum Studies. She curated the national exhibition Through An-Other's Eyes: White Canadian Artists - Black Female Subjects (1999) which is also an exhibition catalogue of the same name.

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