The FSU Art History faculty and graduate students will host the Thirty-Second Annual Art History Graduate Student Symposium on October 31 & November 1, 2014 in the William Johnston Building, room 2005. Graduate students from around the country will present papers in three sessions on Friday afternoon, October 31 and Saturday, November 1, with each paper followed by critical discussion. The papers are considered for inclusion in Athanor, an internationally-distributed journal published by the Department of Art History as a project of the Museum of Fine Arts Press in the College of Visual Arts, Theatre, & Dance.
This year’s Keynote Speaker is Felipe Pereda, Nancy H. and Robert E. Hall Professor of Late Medieval and Early Modern Spanish Art, Johns Hopkins University. Professor Pereda will present “Torrigiano’s Death: From Iconoclasm to Artistic Idolatry in Renaissance Spain” at 6:30 pm on Friday, 10/31 in 2005 WJB. The Keynote lecture is part of the Vincent and Agatha Thursby Lecture Series, which supports public talks by eminent art historians throughout the year.
The full program of talks will be posted on the Art History News Blog on October 1st.
For more information contact Dr. Lynn Jones, Symposiarch: firstname.lastname@example.org