Kenyon College
 

You’ve Come A Long Way, Baby

August 20, 2012–January 6, 2012  [+]

You’ve Come A Long Way, Baby

August 31, 2012 – January 6, 2013

You’ve Come a Long Way, Baby showcases more than 250 tobacco advertisements from the early-1900s through the late 20th century and investigates how the portrayals of women and cigarettes register important shifts in concepts of health, gender, sexuality and consumer culture.  This exhibition is produced in collaboration with the Stanford Research in Tobacco Advertising group (SRITA) at Stanford University.

OPENING: FRIDAY, AUGUST 31ST, 5-8PM

 

You've Come A Long Way, Baby
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College of Public Health promotes interdisciplinary thinking with a new minor – HisWaterToys

[…] with staff at Kenyon College. Ferketich said she showed tobacco ads that were displayed in the Gund Gallery in her public health class, and from there she and her team began developing the […]

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College of Public Health promotes interdisciplinary thinking with new minor – Licking County Times

[…] at Kenyon College. Ferketich said she showed tobacco advertisements that were displayed in the Gund Gallery in her public health class, and from there, she and her team began developing the […]

5 months ago
College of Public Health promotes interdisciplinary thinking with new minor – The Columbus Daily Times

[…] at Kenyon College. Ferketich said she showed tobacco advertisements that were displayed in the Gund Gallery in her public health class, and from there, she and her team began developing the […]

5 months ago
 
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