Isabel Oleas-Mogollón has been busy presenting her dissertation research! On April 18, she gave a talk, "The Society of Jesus and the Arts in Seventeenth-Century Quito: La Compañía's Prophet Paintings," at the Center of Medieval and Renaissance Studies at Saint Louis University. She presented this paper as part of a research fellowship in the Vatican Film Library and Rare Book Jesuitica Collection at SLU. More recently, on May 6, she presented a paper at the Annual Meeting of the Eastern International Region and American Academy of Religion held at the University of Pittsburgh. The two-day symposium revolved around the topic "Globalizing the Humanities" and Isabel presented in a panel called "Pilgrims, Missionaries and Travelers." Her topic was "The Society of Jesus and the Supernatural: Institutional Influences in Quito's Art Patronage during the Eighteenth Century."