The departmental community is invited to submit presentation proposals for the Art History Graduate Colloquium's spring series. We are actively searching for participants across all geographic and historical subfields and from all members of the post-undergraduate community (Master's and PhD students, postdoctoral fellows, and faculty members). The Colloquium is a great opportunity to present work in progress and gain feedback from peers and faculty in the program.
The setting is informal, with your 20-30 minute presentation followed by a question-and-answer session. It's the perfect forum to test run a paper you're developing into a larger project such as an article, dissertation chapter, or conference talk. If you would like to submit a proposal or have further questions, please e-mail us at [email protected].
Note that the Colloquium is open only to affiliates of the Department of Art History and Archaeology at Columbia University and their guests.
All events are held in room 832 of Schermerhorn Hall unless otherwise noted.
Graduate Colloquium: Ariel Cohen, "The Land of Creation and Renewal: Ancient and Modern Roots of Eretz Israeli Art in the 1920s"
Graduate Colloquium: Nina Horisaki-Christens, “A Troubled Landscape: Political Subjectivity in Late 1960s and Early 1970s Japanese Photography”
Graduate Colloquium: Bailey Barnard, “Revival Styles in the Crescent City: Local Peculiarities and National Trends”
Graduate Colloquium: Joseph Ackley, “Precious Metal in the Western Medieval Church Treasury, ca. 800–1200”
Graduate Colloquium: Crystal Migwans, "Porcupine Quillwork and Cottager Colonialism: The Elinor Ostrom Collection of Anishinaabe Art"
Graduate Colloquium: Siddhartha V. Shah, “Plagued by Hunger and Thirst: Emaciated Goddesses in Hindu Art”
Graduate Colloquium: Michael Fowler, “The Archaeology of Human Sacrifice in Greek Antiquity: The Case of Anemospilia Revisited”
Graduate Colloquium: Colby Chamberlain, “The Entrepreneurial Avant-Garde: George Maciunas’s Organization of Fluxus”
Graduate Colloquium: Emily Margaret Cook, “The Metallic Marbles: Material Emulation in Roman Sculpture”
Graduate Colloquium: Stephen Zawodzinski, “Insurrection and Restitution: Kingly Authority and Courtly Unity in the Retablo de la Sagrada Forma of King Charles II”
Graduate Colloquium: Gabriella Szalay, “Double-Take: The Renaissance Print in Eighteenth-Century Germany”
Graduate Colloquium: Andrea Vazquez de Arthur, “The Expression of Human Identity on Wari Faceneck Vessels”
Graduate Colloquium: Marsely Kehoe, “Black and White: Picturing Curaçao’s Dutch Architectural Heritage”
Graduate Colloquium: Matthew Neil Peebles, “Promachos Revisited: The Fighting Athena of the Panathenaic Amphorae”
Graduate Colloquium: Natasha Marie Llorens, “Working Title: Revolutionary Images/Political Images: A Comparative Analysis”
Graduate Colloquium: Mikael Muehlbauer, “Image and Reality in Fin-de-siècle Ethiopia: Objects from the Hoffman Philip Collection”
Graduate Colloquium: Siddhartha V. Shah, “Romancing the Stone: Victoria, Albert, and the Koh-i-Noor Diamond”
Graduate Colloquium: Emogene Cataldo, “Architecture of the Ephemeral: Convents and Destruction in Medieval Flanders”
Graduate Colloquium: Liat Naeh, “Branding Shared Elite Identity: The Bone and Ivory Inlays of the Bronze Age Levant”
Graduate Colloquium: Maggie Cao, “Trompe-l'oeil and Financial Risk in the Maritime Eighteenth Century”
Graduate Colloquium: Professor Vidya Dehejia, “A Master Bronze Sculptor in Chola India and 10,000 Pearls to Adorn a Bronze”
Graduate Colloquium: Isabella Lores-Chavez, “A Brush With Darkness: Positioning the Male Artist in Le Corbeau”
Graduate Colloquium: Adam Harris Levine, “The Flemish Face: Brabantine Bust Reliquaries in their Renaissance Spanish Contexts”
Graduate Colloquium: Daria Foner, “Refortifying Sixteenth-Century Rome: Antonio da Sangallo il Giovane's Designs for the Porta Santo Spirito”
Graduate Colloquium: Lynn Catterson, “Stefano Bardini and Wilhelm Bode: A Case of Canon Contamination”
Graduate Colloquium: Miriam Cera, “History of Architecture between Two Continents: From Spain (and Italy) to Mexico”
Graduate Colloquium: Professor Matthew McKelway, “The Birth of Kabuki in 17th-Century Japanese Folding Screens”
Graduate Colloquium: Natasha Marie Llorens, “’Let's be civil, we are all Gentlemen here’: The Battle of Algiers and its Discourses of Violence”
Graduate Colloquium: Professor Stephen Murray, “Life of a Gothic Cathedral: Notre-Dame of Amiens, 1220–1530”
Graduate Colloquium: Claire Dillon, “The Many Dimensions of a Work of Art: The Mantle of Roger II as a Case Study in Imperial Representation, Origin Stories, and the Formation of Specific Others”
Graduate Colloquium: Leah Werier, “Disrupting the Department Store: Gene Moore’s Shop Windows as Queer Spaces in Public Places”
Graduate Colloquium: Diana Mellon, “Health, Bathing, and Site-Specificity in the Illuminated De Balneis Puteolanis”
Graduate Colloquium: Zoe Dostal, “Alliances, Grievances, and Failed Ambitions in Henry Singleton’s Royal Academicians”
Graduate Colloquium: Ianick Takaes de Oliveira, “A Tract for the Times: Edgar Wind’s 1960 Reith Lectures”
Graduate Colloquium: Katherine Fein, “Indexical Portraiture and Embodied Biography in Harriet Hosmer’s Clasped Hands”
Graduate Colloquium: Angel Jiang, “Clear Voices: Ruins, Fragments and Architectural Discourse in Early Modern and Modern Spain”
Graduate Colloquium: Teresa Soley, “Savages and Salvation: Wild Men in Early Modern Portuguese Tomb Sculpture”
Graduate Colloquium: Ani Kodzhabasheva, “Living in the 'Shatterzone of Empires.' Architecture in Sofia After the Last Russo-Ottoman War, ca. 1878–1900”
Graduate Colloquium: Nina Horisaki-Christens, “Japanese Video and the Problem of Public Space: Video as a Discourse Formed in Translation”
Graduate Colloquium: Natasha Marie Llorens, “Fieldwork Notes from Paris and Algiers: At the Crossroads of Curatorial and Art Historical Research”
Graduate Colloquium: Mateusz Mayer, “George Romney's Portrait of David Hartley and the Principles of Civic Humanism (1783)”
Graduate Colloquium: Daria Melnikova, PhD, “Rescuing the Body in the Era of Image Politics: Hi Red Center's Performance Shelter Plan (1964)”
Graduate Colloquium: Steven Niedbala, “The Cell in the Garden: Prison Design in the Progressive Era”
Graduate Colloquium: Muge Arseven, “Reality and Representation: Depictions of Sacred Space in Greek Antiquity”
Graduate Colloquium: Lorenzo Vigotti, “Ilkhanid-Italian Relationship During the Trecento: Persian Medieval Prototypes for Brunelleschi’s Dome in Florence”
Graduate Colloquium: Katherine Fein, "From Hand to Hand: Photography, Abolition, and the White Body"
Graduate Colloquium: Rachel Hutcheson, “Found Footage and Surrealist Cinema: Len Lye as Interlocutor”
Graduate Colloquium: Katherine McCarthy, “Weaving Histories: Orality and Alternative Literacies in the Ancient Central Andes"
Graduate Colloquium: Heather Woolley, “Modern Acheiropoieta: The Veil of Veronica in the Age of the Jacquard Loom”
Graduate Colloquium: Virginia Girard, "Touching Light and Hearing Shadows: Darkness, Disorientation, and the Diorama"
Graduate Colloquium: Whitney Kite, "'Women Also Helped': The Legacy of Female Patronage in Luca Giordano's King Tiridates Before Saint Gregory the Armenian"
Graduate Colloquium: Sophia Merkin, "Decolonizing Landscapes: Theory and Practice in the Paintings of John Walsh."
Graduate Colloquium: Daniel Ralston, "Cardsharp: An American's Album of Cartes de Visite and the Rise of Modern Spanish Painting"
Graduate Colloquium: Hannah Friedman, “Costumi un po’ licentiosetti: The Discourse of Dishonor in Giulio Mancini’s Biographies of Artists.”
Graduate Colloquium: Ashley Williams, "Fascism, the Body, and Art Deco at Rockefeller Center’s Palazzo d’Italia"
Graduate Colloquium: Yeongik Seo, “Context of Directions: A Reconsideration on The Bodhisattva Fugen and Attendants from the Freer Gallery of Art”
Graduate Colloquium: Professor Michael Waters, “Rethinking Reproduction: Copying and the Renaissance Architectural Print”
Graduate Colloquium: Brian Wallace van Oppen, "Radiant Spectacle: Etruscan Candelabra and the Presentation of the Performing Body."
Graduate Colloquium: Meng-Hsuan Lee, "Re-producing Colonial Modernity: Official Photo Album of the 1935 Taiwan Colonial Exposition."
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