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Rachael Vause (left) and Jordan Hillman (right).
Doctoral candidates Jordan Hillman and Rachael Vause will present their dissertation research as part of the 10th Annual Graduate Students' Forum for Research and Creative Endeavors. Hosted virtually this year, the forum will feature video recordings of
student presentations. In "Mediating Authority: Representations of the
Police in Paris circa 1900," Hillman will discuss how avant-garde artists who worked in the print medium responded to the increased number of police in Paris following political protest during the 1890s. Vause will deliver "The Cross and the Body in Early Medieval England," which explores the relationship between medieval jewelry pieces,
especially power-objects like amulets and talismans, and their wearers. Hillman and Vause will participate in a live Q&A session on April 23 at 3 p.m.
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