Graduating seniors present Art History Senior Research Symposium May 7

The faculty and staff of the Art History Department invite the university community to join them in celebrating the accomplishments of the graduating seniors who will present their research for family and friends on Friday, May 7.

The Art History Senior Research Symposium will be held at 2 p.m. in O’Shaughnessy Educational Center auditorium. A reception in the lobby gallery will follow the presentations.

Senior research presentations:

  • Greta Kowalkowski – “A Critical Evaluation of the Olmec Were-Jaguar,” William Barnes, faculty adviser
  • Heather Nolden – “The Virgin of Guadalupe’s Evolution from Religious Icon to National Symbol,” Heather Shirey, faculty adviser
  • Sarah Olson – “Philip Johnson’s Two Homes at New Canaan, Conn.: Public and Private Notions of Domesticity,” Victoria Young, faculty adviser
  • Andrea Polzin – “Remembering the Children of Lidice,” Victoria Young, faculty adviser