City Lights: Divine Felines And Folk Pottery Around The World

Lois Reitzes spokewith Regents Professor of English at Georgia State University, Dr. John Burrison about his new book, "Global Clay: Themes In World Ceramic Traditions."
Lois Reitzes spokewith Regents Professor of English at Georgia State University, Dr. John Burrison about his new book, "Global Clay: Themes In World Ceramic Traditions."
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Tuesday on City Lights:

  • 1:03: Ancient Egyptians didn’t get to enjoy cat videos, but they celebrated them in their jewelry, art, and gods. Some of these ancient cats are on view now at Emory’s Carlos Museum in an exhibition called “Divine Felines.” Lois Reitzes speaks with the Carlos’ Curator of Ancient Egyptian, Near Eastern and Nubian Art Melinda Hartwig and Alyson Vuley, manager of educational programs.
  • 21:05: Reitzes speaks with Regents Professor of English at Georgia State University, Dr. John Burrison about his new book, “Global Clay: Themes In World Ceramic Traditions” and his study of folks pottery traditions in the South and around the world.