Art and Contemplation
University of St. Thomas
Art History Graduate Student Research Symposium
September 25-26, 2015
Friday, September 25, 2015
6 PM, O’Shaughnessy Education Center Auditorium
'Signa Resurrectionis: Sight and Image as Instruments of Knowing in Pieter Bruegel’s Resurrection (ca. 1562-63)'
Dr. Walter S. Melion, ASA Griggs Candler Professor of Art History at Emory University
Graduate Student Research Symposium
Saturday, September 26, 2015
8:30 AM - 4 PM, Anderson Student Center, Room 341
Alyssa Abraham – Queen’s University
'Architectural Copies and Cognitive Response: Bologna’s Nuova Gerusalemme and the Venetian Macao'
Jennifer Baez – Florida State University
'The maculae and the Inmaculada: Notes on the Apparition Images and the Painting of the Virgen de la Altagraci'
Aimee Caya – Case Western Reserve University
'Unborn and Reborn: Saint Margaret of Antioch and Caesarean Delivery'
Sophia Maxine Farmer – University of Wisconsin-Madison
'Chromatic Obsessions: Michelangelo Antonioni’s Red Desert and Art Informel '
Zach Forstrom – University of St. Thomas
'James Turrell: The Phenomenology of Light and Space'
Jennifer Awes Freeman – Vanderbilt University
'A Medieval Argument for Contemplation in the Digital Age'
Kyungso Min – University of Wisconsin-Madison
'Walking with You: Janet Cardiff’s Walks as a Site of Intimacy'
Sam Wisneski – University of St. Thomas
'Soul Food as Sacrament: Social Practice Artist Meditations on Nourishment'
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