Upcoming Presentations

Please email maypeterson@uchicago.edu and bnishanova@uchicago.edu if you would like to receive the Zoom registration link for any of these events.

SPRING 2021

Thursday, April 8* (Co-Sponsored with Interdisciplinary Archaeology Workshop)
4-5:30 pm
Claudia Brittenham, Associate Professor of Art History and the College and Interim Director of the Center for Latin American Studies
“How to narrate an interconnected Mesoamerican world”
*Please note the unusual date and time.

Wednesday, April 14
12- 1:30 pm*
Zsofi Valyi-Nagy, PhD Candidate, Art History
Title TBD
Respondent: Stefanie Proksch-Weilguni, PhD Cadidate, University of Basel and Vienna, Art History
*Please note the unusual date and time.
*Paper will be pre-circulated one week in advance.

Wednesday, April 28 (Co-Sponsored with Rhetoric and Poetics)
4:45-6:15pm
Roko Rumora, PhD Candidate, Art History
“Putting Down Memories: Roman Mnemonics and Statue Display in Quintilian, Cicero and the Rhetorica ad Herennium”
Respondent: Seth Estrin, Assistant Professor of Art History and the College Ancient Greek Art and Archaeology

Wednesday, May 12 (Art History QP Symposium)
Co-Sponsored with VMPEA
4:30-6:30pm
Jenny Harris, PhD Student, Art History
“Worlds of Wore: Ruth Asawa’s Sculpture”
Li Jiang, PhD Student, Art History
“Replicating Death: The Gold Funerary Mask of Princess of the State of Chen (1018)”
Stephanie Strother, PhD Student, Art History
“ ‘Fashionable Things’: The Designs and Designers of the Atelier Martine”

Wednesday, May 19 (Art History QP Symposium)
Co-Sponsored with VMPEA
4:30-6:30pm
Lex Ladge, PhD Student, Art History
“Hieronian Impositions: Space and Policy in 3rd Century BCE Syracuse”
Adriana Obiols Roca, PhD Student, Art History
Mesótica II: Central American Art After ‘Latin America’”
Lucien Sun, PhD Student, Art History
“A Print in Flux: Rethinking the Print of Guan Yu from Khara-Khoto”

Wednesday, May 26 
4:45-6:30pm
Kirk Nickel, Assistant Curator of European Paintings, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco
“Moses and the Limits of Papal Vision: The Case for Conciliarism as Pictured in Renaissance Brescia”
Respondent TBD 

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