Undergraduate Art History Symposium

January 26, 2018 - 9:00 AM
McKnight Hall, Cone Center

The Society of Art Historians and the Department of Art & Art History will present the 7th Annual Undergraduate Art History Symposium on Friday, January 26, in McKnight Hall in the Cone Center. UNC Charlotte art history students will present their original research, followed by the keynote address by Dr. Donald Preziosi, Emeritus Professor of Art History at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA).

The symposium, Confronting Temporality: Time, Change and Memory in Visual Culture, is from 9:00 am until 12:00 pm. Student presentations are

   Yann Petit, “Bliesbruck-Reinheim and its Visual Frontiers: Ambiguous Country, Where Geography and History Hesitate ”
   Gabrielle Ross, “In the Hood with David Hammons: Framing Racialized Memory in America”
   Ashley Milliken, “Dialectical City Images”
   Manithda Anou, “Kara Walker: Embracing Abjection”

Donald Preziosi’s keynote address is titled “Making Strange: Art, Religion, Terror....”