Spring 2016 Graduate Student Forum

Presentations by graduating candidates of the Master of Arts in Art History

Date & Time:

Thursday, May 19, 2016
4:30 PM - 8:00 PM


South Woulfe Alumni Hall, Anderson Student Center

All are invited to the Spring Graduate Student Forum where our Master of Arts in Art History candidates will be presenting their research.

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

The students, their paper titles, and faculty advisors are:
Jennifer Smith
The Thesmophoria of Morgantina
(Advisor: Dr. Mark Stansbury-O’Donnell)
Nicole Sheridan
Rubrics and Recitations: Books of Hours in Public Influencing the Protestant Reformations in England

(Advisor: Dr. Shelly Nordtorp-Madson)
Megan Harrington

Creating the Mona Lisa: Isabella d’Este’s Influence on Leonardo da Vinci’s New Portrait Type
(Advisor: Dr. Lois Eliason)
Marquette Bateman-Ek
Pop Art - Make it Significant, Make it Last: Lawrence Alloway's Evolving Theory on Pop Icons
(Advisor: Dr. Craig Eliason)
Hayley Stoen
Heritage Redefined: Post-Preservation and the Historic Ford Center
(Advisor: Dr. Victoria Young)

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