Art History Undergraduate Senior Research Symposium is May 2
The faculty and staff of the Art History Department will celebrate the accomplishments of nine graduates at 2:30 p.m. Friday, May 2, in O'Shaughnessy Educational Center auditorium.
The annual Art History Undergraduate Senior Research Symposium is free and open to the public. A reception will follow the presentations.
The presenters and their research topics and advisers are:
- Jade Crepps, "Graffiti: From Anonymous to YouTube: Comparative Study" – Dr. Shelly Nordtorp-Madson, faculty adviser
- Miranda Enfield, "Apache Religious and Christian Art: A Study of the Cultural Blending of Native America and Traditional Catholicism" – Dr. Victoria Young, faculty adviser
- Rachel Hoffman, "When is a Buddha Not a Buddha? Buddhist, Hindu and Jain Devotional Sculptures in India" – Dr. Mark Stansbury-O'Donnell, faculty adviser
- Amie Kieffer, "Graeme Base: Harmonizing Image and Text" – Dr. Mark Stansbury-O'Donnell, faculty adviser
- Susannah Piper, "Whoa! Why the Art of Doug Fishbone is So Shocking" – Dr. Craig Eliason, faculty adviser
- Dominique Piron, "British Architecture in India: Legitimizing Rule" – Dr. Victoria Young, faculty adviser
- Alexander Schuster, " Asmat Shields: Issues in Collection and Display" – Dr. Julie Risser, faculty adviser
- Angela Taffe, "St. Gabriel's Passionist Parish: the Manifestation of Eco-Theology" – Dr. Victoria Young, faculty adviser
- Ji-Yue Zhang, "The New Age Museums: A Comparative Look at the Efforts of the MIA and the Musée d'Orsay to Become More Visitor-Friendly" – Dr. Craig Eliason, faculty adviser
Visit the Art History Department Web site.
Questions? Call (651) 962-5560.