Exhibition Talk: Dr. Jaime Schultz


 Thursday, April 20
5:30 pm Social Hour with complimentary refreshments and cash bar
7 pm Exhibition Talk: Dr. Jaime Schultz
Free Admission


Dr. Jaime Schultz will discuss the social culture of football in the state of Iowa. Schultz is an associate professor of Kinesiology at Penn State University, working specifically in the History & Philosophy of Sport program. Her research focuses on issues of sex, gender, and sexuality in women’s sport and physical culture, as well as racial politics and cultural memory.

This is a companion event to the exhibition Scrimmage: Football in American Art from the Civil War to the Present.

 

Frederic Remington (American, 1861-1909), Touchdown, Yale vs. Princeton, Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 27, 1890, Yale 32, Princeton 0, 1890, oil on canvas, Yale University Art Gallery, Whitney Collections of Sporting Art, given in memory of Harry Payne Whitney (B.A. 1894), and Payne Whitney (B.A. 1898) by Francis P. Garvan (B.A. 1897); M.A. (Hon) 1922, Courtesy of the University Art Museum, Colorado State University, and the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, University of Oregon