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(L-R) Michele Frederick, Emily Casey, Isabel Oleas Mogollon, Kiersten Mounce, Margarita
Karasoulas, Anne Cross, Alba
Campo Rosillo, Craig Lee and Galina Olmsted. (Courtesy of Alba Campo Rosillo)
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: Do??a Rosal??a de Medina and the Confraternity of Saint Rosal??a 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)
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