Graduate Symposium 2013 - Networks
The Rutgers Art History Graduate Student Organization sponsored a one-day symposium, featuring graduate student research in art history, offering perspectives on the conception and impact of “networks” in the history of art and visual culture.
Speakers and Organizers of the 2013 Art History Graduate Student Symposium. From left to right: Caroline Riley, Josephine Rodgers, Kira Maye, Kelsey Brosnan, John Hawley, Catherine Kupiec, Saelan Twerdy, Sonja Gandert, Henry Skerritt, Ingrid Yeung, Lauren Applebaum, Dr. Tatiana Flores, and Dr. Pablo Helguera.
Participants in the Morning Session: Henry Skerrit, John Hawley, Catherine Kupiec, and Ingrid Yueng.
Speakers from the Afternoon Session: Caroline Riley, Sonja Gandert, Lauren Applebaum, and Saelan Twerdy.
Q&A following the Morning Session with Henry Skerritt, John Hawley, Catherine Kupiec, Ingrid Yueng, and moderator Melissa Yuen.
Morning - Introduction
Sarah Blake McHam, Professor, Rutgers University
Moderator: Melissa Yuen, Ph.D. Candidate, Rutgers University
Ingrid Yeung, Yale University
“Traversals: Zhu Derun and Yuan Dynasty (1271-1368) Landscape Painting”
Catherine Kupiec, Rutgers University
“Luca della Robbia’s Glazed Terracotta Vaulted Ceilings as Material Network of Power: The Twelve Months Roundels from Piero de’ Medici’s Study”
John Hawley, University of Virginia
“Cornelis Visscher (1628/29-1658), His Haarlem Network, and the Efflorescence of Portrait Drawing in Holland, 1650-1800”
Henry Skerritt, University of Pittsburgh
“Opacity and Exchange: Rethinking Contemporary Aboriginal Art from the East Kimberley
Afternoon - Introduction
Susan Sidlauskas, Professor & Graduate Program Director , Rutgers University
Moderator: Mary Manning, Ph.D. Candidate, Rutgers University
Lauren Applebaum, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
“Decoding the Calico: A Quilting Party and the Rupture in Communication Networks in 1876”
Caroline Riley, Boston University
“American Art for French Eyes: The Landmark 1938 Exhibition at the Musée du Jeu de Paume in Paris”
Sonja Gandert, Tufts University
“Hacer the Trips Corazón: Borderlands and Thirdspace in Mexican- and Cuban-American Art of the Interstices”
Saelan Twerdy, McGill University
“Contemporary Art in/as Networks: Moments from the Post-Internet Condition”
Pablo Helguera, Visual Artist
Performing Betweeness: The Social Network as a Medium
Art History Graduate Student Symposium Committee:
Tatiana Flores – Faculty Advisor