You’re Invited to Art History Graduate Student Forum St. Thomas Newsroom May 16, 2014 Six candidates for Master of Arts degrees in art history from the University of St. Thomas will present their qualifying research in a forum at 4:30 p.m. Friday, May 23, in the Woulfe Alumni Hall of the Anderson Student Center. The event is free and open to the public. A reception follows. The students, their paper titles and faculty advisers are: Sara Oelrich Church, “Tomoyo Ihaya’s Drawings from Dharamsala: A Socially Engaged Buddhist Memorial” (Adviser Dr. Elizabeth Kindall). Wendy DePaolis, “Redefining the Photographic Nude and Landscape: The Art and Ideas of Anne Brigman” (Adviser Dr. Craig Eliason). Ava Grosskopf, “Planters Grove: Understanding Modern Landscape Design Through the Corporate Giving and Community Involvement” (Adviser Dr. Victoria Young). Carin Jorgensen, “Between Aesthetics in Russian Art: Mikhail Vrubel’s Liminal Figures of Folklore (1889-1906)” (Adviser Dr. Craig Eliason). Soren Hoeger-Lerdal, “Source of Confusion: The Contentious Promotion of Constantin Brancusi and Early Modern Art in New York” (Adviser Dr. Craig Eliason). Samantha Wisneski, “Desire for the Other: Negotiating Female Subjectivity in Amrita Sher-Gil’s Oeuvre” (Adviser Dr. Elizabeth Kindall).