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Ph.D. student Erin Hein presents at SECAC.

Erin Hein presents her paper at SECAC 2019. (Photo courtesy of Joseph Litts)

From Oct. 16 to 19, students and alumni presented papers during the 2019 Southeastern College Art Conference (SECAC) at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. UD presenters included the following:

Olivia Armandroff (M.A. student), "Anne Ryan and Her Collages: An Artist witha Layered Biography"

Michael Hartmann (Ph.D. student), "Dancing through Light and Mechanical Locomotion: Harry C. Ellis's Photographs of Loïe Fuller and the Early Twentieth-Century Parisian Cityscape"

Erin Hein (Ph.D. student), "Surviving Caravaggio: Civic Legacy and Identity in the Burial of Saint Lucy (1608)"

Julia Katz (alumna), "On Bernini's Bed: Sex, Marriage, and Gender in the Borghese Sleeping Hermaphrodite"

Joseph Litts, (M.A. student), "Pictures of the Cherokee Chief": The Many Lives of Francis Parsons's Portrait of Cunne Shote"

Jeffrey Richmond-Moll (alumnus), "Holy Rollers: Religion and Modern Mobility in the Art of John Steuart Curry"

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From Oct. 16 to 19, students and alumni presented papers  at the Southeastern College Art Conference (SECAC) at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.

From Oct. 16 to 19, students and alumni presented papers at the Southeastern College Art Conference (SECAC) at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.

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