‘Quid est sacramentum?: On the Visual Representation of Sacred Mysteries in Early Modern Europe and the Americas, 1400-1700’
November 30-December 2, 2017
Jones Room, Woodruff Library
David Areford, University of Massachusetts Boston
AnnMarie Micikas Bridges, Harvard University
James Clifton, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
Mette Birkedal Bruun, University of Copenhagen
Anna Dlabacova, University of Leiden
Wim François, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
Koenraad Jonckheere, University of Ghent
Robert L. (Bob) Kendrick, University of Chicago
Aden Kumler, University of Chicago
Noria Litaker, University of Pennsylvania
Kristian Mejrup, University of Copenhagen
Walter Melion, Emory University
Sarah Joan Moran, Universitat Utrecht
Lars Cyril Nørgaard, University of Copenhagen
Elizabeth Pastan, Emory University
Donna Sadler, Agnes Scott College
Alexa Sand, Utah State University
Tanya Tiffany, University of Wisconsin. Milwaukee
Lee Palmer Wandel, University of Wisconsin
Geert Warner, University of Leiden
Bronwen Wilson, UCLA
Christina E. Crawford has been awarded the Emerging Scholar Prize by the Society for Historians of Eastern European, Eurasian, and Russian Art for her article, "From Tractors to Territory: Socialist Urbanization through Standardization."
Kirk Savage's lecture, Iconoclasm and the Confederacy, is now available for viewing online.
Rebecca Stone's new exhibit, Threads of Time: Tradition and Change in Indigenous American Textiles, has opened at the Michael C. Carlos Museum.
Sarah McPhee has been awarded a Samuel Candler Dobbs Chair in recognition of her exceptional accomplishments in scholarship, teaching, and service.
Bonna Wescoat is the recipient of the 2017 AIA Award for Undergraduate Teaching.