Numerous students, faculty and alumni attended and presented at the 108th Annual College Art Association Conference in Chicago from Feb. 12 to 15. University of Delaware presenters included the following:
Olivia Armandroff (M.A. student), "The Index of American Design Revives New York's Historic Gardens"
Brian Holden Baade (faculty), "Slowing Entropy: A
Discussion about Better Methods to Handle, House, Display, Store, and
Ship your Artwork(s) Session" (workshop leader)
Stanley Ken Beidler, "Utilizing University Museums and Collections to buildcritical-contextual frameworks for assessing 3D art/artifacts"
Margarita Karasoulas (Ph.D. student), "A New Look at George Luks's Hester Street and Jewish Immigration"
Kristen Nassif (Ph.D. student), "Seeing Through Blindness: Disability, Geography, and Tactile Relief Maps"
Isabel Oleas-Mogollon (alumna), "Asserting Female Agency in the Spanish Colonies: Doña Rosalía de Medina and the Confraternity of Saint Rosalía in eighteenth-century Cuenca"
Jennifer Van Horn (faculty), "The Head of a Hogshead: Neptune Thurston and Enslaved Artistic Labor in British North America"
Rachel A. Zimmerman (alumna), "Black Artists in the Early Modern Americas" (panel chair)