Join us to learn more about current graduate students’ dissertation research! Presenters will include Meghan Angelos, Thomas Busciglio-Ritter, Tiarna Doherty, Natalie Giguere, Michael Hartman, Erin Hein, Kristen Nassif, Victoria Sunnergren and Genevieve Westerby.
Zoom Link: https://udel.zoom.us/j/95572371552
Please contact Professor Jennifer Van Horn (firstname.lastname@example.org) for Zoom password and questions.
With support from the UD Antiracism Initiative (UDARI), the Department of Art History will host Dr. Adam Foley,
director of diversity and inclusion. Foley will
help guide our graduate students and faculty in developing anti-racist,
anti-colonial and anti-oppression pedagogical methods.
This event is for UD art history graduate students. Please RSVP to Anne Cross (email@example.com) for Zoom links and reading materials.
Professor Wendy Bellion will discuss the research she undertook using American Antiquarian Society collections for her
recent book Iconoclasm in New York: Revolution to Reenactment (fall
2019, out in paperback May 2020), which explores a history of material
violence in Revolutionary New York. Bellion's work traces acts of
political iconoclasm and the return of destroyed things in visual
representations and civic performances. The webinar will also address
more broadly the opportunities and challenges authors face when working
with/reproducing visual media.