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Sarah Beetham speaking at the 2016 AHAA Symposium in Fort Worth
Alumna Sarah Beetham and doctoral candidate Emily Casey both presented at the Association of Historians of American Art (AHAA) Fourth Biennial Symposium in Fort Worth, Texas, October 6-8, 2016. On Friday, October 7, Emily Casey participated in the Graduate Student Lightning Round, discussing her dissertation, "Waterscapes: Representing the Sea in the American Imagination, 1760-1815." On Saturday, October 8, Sarah Beetham took part in a panel on monuments and memorials, discussing her latest project. Her talk's title was "Monumental Crisis: The Civil War Citizen Soldier in 21st-Century American Life."
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