May 18 - 20, 2001
This colloquium brought together leading American scholars of Albrecht Dürer, many of them contributors to the, The Cambridge Companion to Dürer. They shared and provided peer review of their essays and assessed the important open questions and new approaches to study of this foundational German artist and his epoch. This colloquium was organized by Larry Silver, University of Pennsylvania.
Participants included: Christiane Andersson (Bucknell University), Pia Cuneo (University of Arizona), Katherine Crawford Luber (Philadelphia Museum of Art), Donald McColl (Washington College), Andrew Morrall (Bard Graduate Center), Keith Moxey (Barnard College and Columbia University), Peter Parshall (National Gallery of Art), Corine Schleif (Arizona State University), Jeffrey Chipps Smith (University of Texas), and Charles Talbot (Trinity University).