- Harper Montgomery, Distinguished Lecturer and Patricia Phelps de Cisneros Professor in Latin American Art, Hunter College: morning
- Gabriela Rangel, Director of Visual Arts and Chief Curator, Americas Society: afternoon
11:00am to 1:00pm - PANEL 1: Humboldt and Social Order in the Americas
- Introduction: Wenzel Bilger, Regional Program Director, Goethe- Institute, New York.
- Respondent: Mary Louise Pratt, Silver Professor and Professor of Spanish and Portuguese Languages and Literatures at New York University.
- Ottmar Ette, Chair of Romance Literature, University of Potsdam.
Title: Alexander von Humboldt as a World Citizen. Nomadic Knowledge and the Global Landscapes of Theory
- Michael Zeuske, Professor of Caribbean and Latin American History, Universität zu Köln
Title: Humboldt and Slavery
- Laura Dassow Walls, William P. and Hazel B. White Professor of English, University of Notre Dame.
Title: The Manifold Nature of Humboldt's Pocket Cosmos.
- Mark Dion, Contemporary Artist.
Title: An Artist Responds to the Collecting Tradition of Naturalists in the Neotropics
1:00 pm to 2:30pm - BREAK
2:30pm to 5:30pm - PANEL 2: Humboldt's Influence on the Art of the Americas
- Video: The Wake, by Dana Levy
- Introduction: Georgia de Havenon, Exhibition Guest Curator
- Respondent: Katherine Manthorne, Professor of Art of the Unites States, Latin America and Their Cross-Currents, 1750-1950, The Graduate Center, City University of New York.
- Tim Barringer, Paul Mellon Professor of the History of Art, Yale University.
Title: Humboldt, the Panorama, and Landscape Painting
- Kevin J. Avery, Senior Research Scholar, The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Title: The Art of the Order of Nature: Frederic Church and Humboldt's Earthly Model
- Pablo Diener, Professor in the History Department at the Universidad Federal de Mato Grosso, in Brazil
Title: The Creation of a Science Accessible through the Senses: Humboldt and the Travelers' Art
- Alicia Lubowski-Jahn: Exhibition Guest Curator
Title: Nature's Unity: Alexander von Humboldt's Picturesque Vision of Ecology