History of Art Student Research Symposium 2012


The Student Research Symposium on April 18, sponsored by the Department of History of Art and the Vanderbilt History of Art Society, featured graduating history of art majors Elizabeth Furman, Angela Romano, Margot Danis, and Christi Weinhuff. The department documented their talks for a wider audience to view and enjoy: The Influence of Mathematics on Egyptian and Greek Sculpture (Furman); Ethical and Legal Questions Raised by the Elgin Marbles (Romano); Journey to Self-Discovery: Blurring the Boundaries of Performance Art in the Work of Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons (Danis); and Mama/Reciprocal Energy: Reciprocity as an Agent of Identity Formation in the Works of Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons (Weinhuff). ~Fay

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