Art History Graduate Forum

Qualifying Paper Presentations by Master of Arts in Art History Candidates

Date & Time:

Friday, May 22, 2015
4:30 PM - 7:30 PM


Woulfe Alumni Hall, Anderson Student Center

All are invited to the spring semester graduate forum, where our five Master of Arts in Art History candidates will be presenting their qualifying paper research.

Then join us in celebrating their accomplishments at the reception to follow.


The students, their paper titles, and faculty advisors are:

Abigail H. Gilmore
Anxiety and Experience: H.R. Giger's Swiss Bars
(Advisor: Dr. Victoria Young)


Brady P. King
Allegory of Life: Dream and Metamorphosis in 16th Century Italian Printmaking
(Advisor: Dr. Robert Ferguson)


Nyssa Yau-Mei Lee
Reality into Fantasy: Disneyland’s New Orleans Square
(Advisor: Dr. Victoria Young)


Barbara Quade-Harick
Maya Deren's Film on Haitian Vodou Ritual, 1947-1951: Divine Horsemen as a Primary Source Document
(Advisor: Dr. Heather Shirey)


Kate Tucker
A Framework for Arts Patronage: The Corporate and Cultural Environment Designed by Walter Paepcke and Herbert Bayer
(Advisor: Dr. Craig Eliason)
**Kate will present her Qualifying Paper on May 4th at 4:30 p.m. in Anderson Student Center Room 233**


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Graduate Student Forum Program

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