Many thanks to all who participated in our 29th Annual Graduate Student Symposium on November 4-5, 2011. Papers from this year’s Symposium will be submitted for publication in the next edition of Athanor, our internationally distributed periodical.
Athanor is published annually by the Department of Art History and the Museum of Fine Arts Press and is distributed to more than 300 departments and libraries. To have your institution included on the distribution list or to request a copy of an individual issue or article, please contact Teri Yoo, Communications Coordinator for the Museum of Fine Arts.
Each year the faculty evaluates the papers presented at the Symposium on the basis of originality and presentation, and awards one participant the Günther Stamm prize in memory of a former professor of art history at Florida State. This year’s winner is Saskia Beranek for her paper “Building a Secular Sepulcher: Horace Walpole and the Gothic Revival.”
Art History faculty, 2011 Symposium participants, and keynote speaker John T. Paoletti.