Art History Annual Undergraduate Symposium
ANNUAL UNDERGRADUATE SYMPOSIUM
Each year, the Art History Department sponsors an Undergraduate Art History Symposium open to undergraduate students across the globe. Students from arts and humanity disciplines are encouraged to submit and participate in this annual event held at the end of the spring semester.
2013 Art History Undergraduate Symposium
Made in the USA, the History and Legacy of the Cold War Art & History
The Art History Department is pleased to present a one day Symposium entitled, Made in the USA, The History and Legacy of Cold War Art & Design, with Keynote speakers, Jennifer McGrory, principle architect of the new Clarie T. Carney Library at UMass Dartmouth and Timothy Rohan, University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
2012 Art History Undergraduate Symposium
The Body in Visual Culture
The Art History Department is pleased to present a one day Symposium entitled, The Body in Visual Culture: An Undergraduate Student Symposium, with guest speaker, George Williams, Assistant Professor of Art History, Boston University and author of Permission to Laugh: Humor and Politics in Contemporary German Art. University Press of Chicago Press, 2012.