March 5, 2021 12:00am - March 6, 2021 11:59pm
The FSU Art History faculty and graduate students will host the 37th Annual Art History Graduate Student Symposium as a virtual conference on Friday and Saturday, March 5–6, 2021. Inaugurated
The FSU Art History faculty and graduate students will host the 37th Annual Art History Graduate Student Symposium as a virtual conference on Friday and Saturday, March 5–6, 2021. Inaugurated in 1981, the FSU Art History Graduate Symposium participates in a long tradition of student conferences in our discipline. This open forum brings together students, professors, and members of the community to share ideas and expertise.
The keynote speaker this year is Charlene Villaseñor Black, Professor in the Department of Art History and the César E. Chávez Department of Chicana/o Studies, University of California, Los Angeles. Dr. Villaseñor Black’s research focuses on the art of the Ibero-American world. She is the author of the prize-winning 2006 book, Creating the Cult of St. Joseph: Art and Gender in the Spanish Empire, and is currently finishing Transforming Saints: Women, Art, and Conversion in Mexico and Spain, 1521-1800.
This event contains the presentation of original research and ideas that are the intellectual property of the student and keynote speakers. By registering to attend the virtual 37th annual Graduate Art History Symposium, you are verifying that you will protect the intellectual property of the respective creators and it may not be plagerized or reused in any form.
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