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Join Us for A Symposium on the History of Art  Since 1940, the Frick and the Institute of Fine Arts have jointly sponsored A Symposium on the History of Art

Upcoming Symposium
The Institute of Fine Arts of New York University and The Frick Collection presentA Symposium on the History of ArtFridays, April 16, 23, 30, and May 7 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. EDT Live through Zoom
Since 1940, the Frick and the Institute of Fine Arts have jointly sponsored A Symposium on the History of Art for graduate students from doctoral programs across the Northeast. Speakers are nominated by their departments to share original research in any field of art history. This spring, we are pleased to present the Symposium online. Each session is free with registration. REGISTER See below for a full list of speakers or view the event program. Schedule of Speakers  Friday, April 16Aftermaths of Forced Monolingualism in the Works of Aydan Murtezaoğlu and Dilek Winchester Lara Fresko Madra, Cornell University. The Spring Exhibitions in Tetouan, Morocco (1979–86): Engaging with the Public and Transforming Art Pedagogies
Tina Barouti, Boston UniversityCai Guo-Qiang: From the Pan-Pacific (1994): “Overcoming the Nation, Creating a Region, Forging an Empire”
Ihnmi Jon, SUNY Binghamton  Friday, April 23Emperor’s New God: Royal Altar of Taiyi (“Supreme Unity”) in the Western Han
Ziliang (Alex) Liu, Harvard University Rediscovering the Painted Zhangzi 障子, a Major Painting Form in Tang Dynasty (618–907) China
Wei Zhao, The Institute of Fine Arts, New York UniversityRaffaëlli’s Ragpickers and the Legacy of the Paris Commune
Carmen Rosenberg-Miller, Princeton University Translucent Insect, Glistening Webs: Florine Stettheimer’s Canopies, Veils, and Cocoons
Kendall DeBoer, University of Rochester  Friday, April 30Wearing Your Soul on Your Sleeve: Textiles with Christian Inscriptions in Medieval Egypt
Arielle Winnik, Bryn Mawr College Picturing Nuns as Patrons: The 15th-Century Le Traité de la vanité des choses mondaines
Erica Kinias, Brown UniversityOne Body, Two Tombs: Cardinal Oliviero Carafa’s Burial Chapels in Rome and Naples
Franchesca Fee, Rutgers UniversityEnlivened Idols and the Power of Women: Rethinking Van Hemessen’s Judith (ca. 1540)
Anna-Claire Stinebring, University of Pennsylvania  Friday, May 7Signs as Designs: The Yongzheng Emperor and the Multicolored World of China’s Southwestern Frontier
Julie Bellemare, Bard Graduate Center William Blake and the Golden Whirlwind Tara Contractor, Yale University “Marks Easily Distinguished”: The Borrowdale Graphite Mine and the Production of the Picturesque
Tobah Aukland-Peck, The Graduate Center, City University of New York“ To the Boundary of the Kowloon Territory”: An Architectural History of the Kowloon Walled City, 1898–1912
Y. L. Lucy Wang, Columbia University    Frick Madison
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