Our thanks and congratulations go out to all who hosted and participated in the very successful 30th Annual Art History Graduate Student Symposium on October 5th and 6th. Graduate students in the history of art and architecture from around the country shared their research and engaged in critical discussion and fellowship with our faculty and students and with this year’s distinguished keynote speaker, Maria Gough, Joseph Pulitzer, Jr. Professor of Modern Art in the Department of the History of Art and Architecture, Harvard University.
Congratulations to Elizabeth Saari Browne (UF), whose paper “Amateur Painting: Honoré Daumier’s ‘Homage to Fragonard’ and the Rococo” was awarded this year’s Gunther Stamm prize for excellence. All Symposium papers are considered for inclusion in Athanor, our internationally-distributed journal.
For a complete list of this year’s events and paper abstracts, download the Symposium Brochure.