University Seminar in the Arts of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas

Founded by Douglas Fraser in 1970, this seminar addresses major issues in the fields of African, Oceanic, Native American, and pre-Hispanic Latin American arts. The seminar provides an opportunity for members to analyze, evaluate, and discuss new and continuing research, as well as various trends in scholarship. Because the membership is comprised of art historians, curators, archeologists, anthropologist, and other field specialists, seminar meetings frequently involve indepth discussions of theoretical and methodological issues.

Graduate students in the art history and archaeology of Africa, Oceania, or the Americas, who are interested in serving as this seminar's Rapporteur, an hourly position funded by the University Seminars office, should email a statement of interest to Prof. Strother and Prof. Trever by March 15, for consideration for the following academic year.

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University Seminar in the Arts of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas: Andrew Roddick, 'Visual Economies and Emergent Aesthetics in the Terminal Formative Period (AD 400-600) in the Lake Titicaca Basin, Bolivia'

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