During her sabbatical last year, Professor Marsha Morton gave the following talks at conferences:
– “The Shadow Side of Berlin: Max Klinger’s Archetypal Crime Scenes,” in “City of Sin: Representing the Urban Underbelly in the Nineteenth Century,” ESNA (European Society for Nineteenth-Century Art,) Conference, May 19-20, 2016, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam
– Session Chair and Speaker, “Alternative Orientalisms: Intercultural Encounters in the Visual Arts,” at the German Studies Conference, San Diego, California, September 2016.
– “’Impressions of Strangeness: Dream and Reality in the Art of Max Klinger,” invited Burke Fund lecture in the Department of Art History at Indiana University, November 11, 2016.
– “Picturing the Arab Volk: Carl Leopold Müller in Egypt,” paper presented in the session “Hybrid Histories,” at the CAA Conference in New York, February 2017.
– “Rudolf von Eitelberger and Leopold Carl Müller: An Oriental Turn,” at the conference “Rudolf von Eitelberger: Netzwerker der Kunstgeschichte. Tagung zum 200. Geburtstage von Rudolf von Eitelberger (1817-1885), Österreichisches Museum für angewandte Kunst (MAK), Vienna, 27-29 April 2017.