Carlo Coppola’s The Pestilence of 1656: Reflections on Art and Illness Panel Discussion
Join us for a discussion of Carlo Coppola’s The Pestilence of 1656 and the role that images play in shaping our responses to illness. Speakers are Elena Fratto, assistant professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures; Amy Krauss, postdoctoral research associate in the Global Health Program; and Veronica White, curator of academic programs. Cosponsored by the Humanities Council. A reception will follow.