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Gaskell, Ivan

Ivan Gaskell is professor of Cultural History and Museum Studies at the Bard Graduate Center. His work on material culture addresses intersections among history, art history, anthropology, and philosophy. As a cultural historian his subject matter is diverse and he works on topics ranging from seventeenth-century Dutch and Flemish paintings—notably Vermeer—, to Roman baroque sculpture, and Native American baskets. In a career at London University’s Warburg Institute, Cambridge University, Harvard University, he has authored, edited, or co-edited eleven books, and contributed to numerous journals and edited volumes in history, art history, and philosophy. He has edited the book series Cambridge Studies in Philosophy and the Arts with Salim Kemal and organized numerous exhibitions.

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