This Saturday, March 24th, Art History graduate students will present their research presentations at the 28th Annual Robyn Rafferty Mathias Student Research Conference. The names of the presenters and the titles of their talks are:
- Amanda Chadbourne, MA Candidate, “Ambrogio Lorenzetti’s Allegory of Good Government frescoes and the Influence of Lucretius’ De rerum natura”
- Olivia Rettstatt, MA Candidate, “An Honest Truth: Broncia Koller’s ‘Marietta’ as ‘Nuda Veritas’ revisited”
- Laura Ryan, MA Candidate, “Exemplars of Separation: Confinement Room Scenes on Renaissance Birth Trays in Opposition to Madonna Lactans”
- Hannah Fitch, MA Candidate, “An American in Greenland: Turn-of-the-Century Arctic Visions by Frank Wilbert Stokes”
- Paul Blakeslee, MA Candidate, “Binocular Disparity: Framing Parisian Tourism Through Monet’s and Seurat’s Normandy Landscapes”
- Xiaoyu Fang, MA Candidate, “The Father of Chinese Modern Painting”
The event will be held in the Katzen Arts Center, and is free and open to the public; the first session begins at 9am and the last session ends at 5pm. Good luck to all the presenters!