Congratulations to all who participated in our 35th Annual Graduate Symposium on October 6th & 7th, 2017. Graduate students from ten universities presented and discussed their research with FSU students, faculty, and community members. The Symposium keynote address was delivered this year by Edward J. Sullivan, Helen Gould Sheppard Professor of the History of Art, New York University. Professor Sullivan presented “Samba as Metaphor: Performativity in Brazilian Art 1960s–1990s.” Special congratulations go to Nancy Karrels, who won the 2017 Günther Stamm prize for originality and presentation for her paper “Spolia and Memory in Post-Revolutionary France.” For a complete list of last year’s talks, see the program.
2017 Symposium Participants
|Alex Czajkowski, Case Western Reserve University
Madeline Drace, Tufts University
Jennifer Ehlert, Harvard University Extension School
Maggie Finnegan, Boston University
Julia Kershaw, Florida State University
Mariana Gómez Fosado, University of South Florida
|María Beatriz H. Carrión, Tulane University
Erin Hein, Case Western Reserve University
Colleen O’Reilly, University of Pittsburgh
Nancy Karrels, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Tamara Mason, Temple University
D. Bryan Schaeffer, Florida State University
The Symposium is hosted annually by the FSU Art History graduate students and faculty and managed by the Symposium Coordinator, Prof. Kyle Killian with the assistance of the graduate Art History Association officers.
Above: 2017–18 AHA officers Lauren Hall, Alexis Assam, Britt Boler, who coordinated the 35th Annual Art History Symposium. Below, photos from the 35th Symposium.