By MICHELLE MARKELZ
Pickard Hall will host the Department of Art History and Archaeology Symposium Tuesday, Nov. 16 through Wednesday, Nov. 17 from 5 to 7:30 p.m.
The event will include presentations of student research by members of the department’s honors program. Receptions will precede each night at 4:15 p.m. in the Cast Gallery.
- Mary Conley, “An Opaque Past: Uncovering the Origin of a Janiform Glass Amulet”
- Aimée Koon, “Confronting Xenophobia in the High Arts of Eighteenth-Century Europe: A Look at Cochin’s L’Amour au Théâtre Italien”
- Cami Garland, “Economy and Fashion: Interpretation of a Byzantine Glass Bracelet”
- Nicole Mramor, “The Tenuous Harmony of Opposites: A Dualistic Reading of Joel Janowitz’s Inside and Out (Umbria)”
- Lyria Bartlett, “Conflict and Tension at Greenwood”
- Kristen Harris, “The Social and Instructional Functions of Albrecht Dürer’s The Martyrdom of Saint Catherine of Alexandria in the Eighteenth Century”
- Megan Roberts, “Establishing Polish Identity: Jan Berdyszak’s In Silence”
- Stephanie Kimmey, “The Goddess and Her Missing Leg”
- Kim Nochi, “Halfway between two shores”: Rolando Estévez’s La Silla