Eighth Annual Bay Area Undergraduate Art History Research Symposium
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Photo by Luis R. De La Torre
Please join us in celebrating excellence in undergraduate art history research. Participants and topics include:
Catherine Serou, UC Davis: Dancing Maenads: Group Identity and the Body in the Baccae and Greek Vase-Painting
Madeline Gonzalez, St. Mary's College: Zurbarán's Still Lifes and the Quiet Essence of Spirituality
Christina Paoletti, Sonoma State University: Demimondaines and Odaliques: A Look at 19th Century Ottoman and French Couresan Orientalist Photographs
Kristin Thordarson, University of San Francisco: Picturing Buttes Chaumont: Constructions of Nature and Modernity in Nineteenth Century France
Alex McCarty, Santa Clara University: The Space Is the Place: Czech Site Specific Art Across Two Generations
Deborah Mason, Dominican University: The San Francisco Mystique: A Vision of Sanctuary through the Lens of Its Sacred Spaces
Josie Roland Hodson, Stanford University: A History of Black Alternative Art Spaces in New York City, 1970-1985
Marilyn Claes, Mills College: Naming Names: Identity and Memory in the Art of Reena Saini Kallot
Graduate Art History Student Responders from UC Berkeley
Free. No reservations required.