Anna Arabindan-Kesson — Advaya

Anna Arabindan-Kesson

Anna is an Associate Professor of Black Diasporic art at Princeton University. Anna focuses on African American, Caribbean, and British Art, with an emphasis on histories of race, empire, medicine, and transatlantic visual culture in the long 19th century. Her first book is called Black Bodies White Gold: Art, Cotton and Commerce in the Atlantic World (Duke University Press, 2021). She is the 2022 Terra Foundation Rome Prize Fellow, a Senior Research Fellow of the Art Gallery of Western Australia, and the director of the digital humanities project Art Hx: Visual and Medical Legacies of British Colonialism.

1674012500 060 keeson1.jpeg?w=1000&h=666

Media #