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Department presentations at the Society for American Archaeology annual meeting

Thu. April 16, 2015

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Dr. Julia Guernsey, Dr. David Stuart, and PhD candidates in Art History Stephanie Strauss and Elliot Lopez-Finn will present papers at the 2015 Society for American Achaeology annual conference in Chicago.

California State University Symposium in honor of Linda Schele

Thu. April 9, 2015

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Professors Julia Guernsey and David Stuart present papers at symposium in honor of the late Linda Schele. The symposium was organized by the Art History Society of California State University in Los Angeles April 10–11, 2015.

Department alumni presenters include:

  • Carl D. Callaway, MA in Art History, 2006
  • Rex Koontz, PhD in Art History, 1994
  • Megan E. O'Neil, MA in Art History, 1999
  • Matthew H. Robb, MA in Art History, 1999
  • Carolyn E. Tate, MA/PhD in Art History, 1980/1986
  • Khristaan Villela, MA/PhD in Art History, 1993/2001
  • Marline D. Werness-Rude, MA/PhD in Art History, 2003/2010

Additional UT Austin alumni include:

  • Manuel Aguilar-Moreno, PhD Latin American Studies, 1999
  • F. Kent Reilly III, MA/PhD in Latin American Studies, 1987/1994
  • David M. Schaefer, MA in Latin American Studies, 2011
  • Elaine Day Schele, PhD in Latin American Studies, 2012

Associate Professor Penelope Davies lectures at The Leaders of Design Council annual conference

Mon. April 6, 2015

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Dr. Penelope Davies presents a keynote address, entitled How Greek Architecture Helped to Bring Down the Roman Republic, at The Leaders of Design Council's annual conference on April 9, 2015.

Alumna Christina Coleman interviewed in the Blanton Museum of Art Blog

Mon. April 6, 2015

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Christina Coleman (MFA Studio Art, 2012) was recently interviewed by Amethyst Beaver (MA in Art History, 2011) for the Blanton Blog.

Professor Richard Shiff contributes essay to Alex Katz exhibition

Fri. April 3, 2015

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An essay by Professor Richard Shiff will be featured in a catalog accompanying the Colby Museum exhibition, Brand-New & Terrific: Alex Katz in the 1950s. The catalog is set to be published in July 2015.

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