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Art History Students Shine in Research and Publications

Published September 1, 2023


Doctoral student Madison Gilmore-Duffey published “Importing a Past: Alexander, Constantine, and The Serpent Column” in volume 15 of Diogenes, the peer-reviewed journal of Gate to the Eastern Mediterranean (GEM).


MA student Hudson Kauffman presented “Situating Situlae: Contextualizing Cetamura del Chianti’s Situla M.” on September 9 in the Classics Department conference celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Etruscan excavations at Cetamura del Chianti.


Doctoral candidate Tess McCoy will present “Embodying the Past and Present in the Materiality of Sonya Kelliher-Combs’s Small Secrets” on Thursday, September 14 at noon in the FSU Student Union room 2211. The talk is sponsored by the Native American and Indigenous Studies Center and is open to the public.
Doctoral candidate Ileana Olmos presented her paper “El Palenque: Escape, Refuge, and Persistence” at the IV International Conference on Afro–Central American Studies in May at the Villa de Los Santos in Panamá. Ileana’s research is based on a tradition from the sixteenth century that is still observed by a great number of Afro-descendants in Panamá who self-identify as Congos during the annual commemoration of their ancestors.
Estefanía Vallejo Santiago presented “Recolectando la Semilla: The Creole House and the Negotiation of Memory, Space, and Race in Ponce, Puerto Rico” at the 2023 Afro-Latin/American Research Association (ALARA) conference, Hemispheric Connections: Collaboration, Critique, Community and the Black Diaspora in the Americas, held at Rutgers University Camden in August. She also published the article in Ampersand: An American Studies Journal II/1.