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"