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The Department Mourns the Passing of Benefactor Larry Goldrich

April 13, 2021

The whole department mourns the recent passing of Larry Goldrich, who was the founder and benefactor of our Alumni Sculpture Garden. You can read his full obituary here: https://www.legacy.com/obituaries/pilotonline/obituary.aspx?n=lawrence-j-goldrich&pid=198203677&fhid=15627

The family has included the Alumni Sculpture Garden Endowment Fund as one of the suggested ways to celebrate Larry’s memory. Online giving to the Alumni Sculpture Garden is easy and secure. Simply follow the link to make your gift, and search for “Alumni Sculpture Garden Endowment Fund (100919)” in the form under Top Funds.

Rand Lecture published in Andrew Hemingway Essay Collection

January 11, 2018

2016 Rand Lecturer Andrew Hemingway, Emeritus Professor in History of Art at University College London, recently published a collection of his essays titled Landscape Between Ideology and the Aesthetic: Marxist Essays on British Art and Art Theory, 1750-1850. Included in the selection is an essay written for and delivered at the Rand Lecture Series, “The Field of Waterloo Exposed: Turner, Byron, and the Politics of Reaction.”