Michael F. Marmor Lecture in Ophthalmology and the Arts
Below is a listing of past lecturers and titles for the Michael F. Marmor Lecture in Ophthalmology and the Arts. Launched in 2013, the Michael F. Marmor Lecture in Ophthalmology and the Arts takes place alternatively during the Opening Session or as its own symposia.
The Doctor’s Son: Medicine in My Novels
Self-Taught Art vs. the Mainstream
Alice Yelen Gitter
Lyin’ to your Lyin’ Eyes
Blind Organists and the King of Instruments
Bruce Lamott, PhD
Photography: In Search of Wonder
One Man's Vision
The Alchemy of Color in 19th Century Art
Francesca Casadio, PhD
Two World Visions: The Myopia of Theodore Roosevelt and Ronald Reagan
Architecture, Ophthalmology and the Seeing of Space
Mark Foster Gage
Degas, New Orleans, and “Eyes Greatly in Need of Care"