Art History Graduate Symposium
Each year the department hosts a graduate student symposium for M.A. art history students. A call for papers is sent to all M.A. students. From those papers submitted, the art history faculty chooses three to four of the best papers to be presented.
April 11, 2013
Nov. 15, 2011
- KC Serota, "The Body on the Threshold: Self-Perception in Surveillance and Security"
- Nicole Meyers, "Pop Goes Pop's Politics: Collages of Americana by Eduardo Paolozzi and Richard Hamilton"
- Ilona Aleksandrova, "Universal Museums and Nation-States: Sharing Cultural Heritage Objects"
- Erika Nelson, "You Are What You Eat: Cultural Consumption in the Codex Espangliensis"