Art history graduate students will present their qualifying paper research May 18
Students graduating in May from the Master of Arts in Art History Program will present their qualifying paper research at 4:30 p.m. Thursday, May 18, in the auditorium, O’Shaughnessy Educational Center. A reception will follow immediately after the presentations. This event is free and open to the public.
Here are the presenters and their topics:
- Jennifer Adam, “Pederastic Scenes on Greek Vases: Gaining a Post-Structural View”
- Kathleen Cotter, “The Needle and the Book: An Art Form Within Tudor-Stuart Gift Exchange"
- Jennifer Curry, “Building the American Dream: The Role of the Architects’ Small House and Service Bureau in 20th-Century Domestic Architecture”
- Christine Dent, “Curious Connections: Angels and Magical Birds in the Visual Vocabulary of Medieval Northern Europe ”
- Catherine McShane, “Mid-20th Century American Modernism: Edward Larrabee Barnes and the Walker Art Center”
- Melissa Moore, “A Re-Examination of a Rice Park Historical District: A History of Urban Landscape Design”
- Abigail Rolland, “Millennium Park: A Continuation of Chicago’s Historic Visual Identity”
- Molly Skjei, “Tattoo You: Cultural Consumption and Appropriation in the Western Tattoo Community”
Questions? Contact Barb Kocik in the Art History Graduate Office, (651) 962-5640. Graduate office: (651) 962-5640. This event also is listed on the Master of Arts in Art History News and Information Web page.