Art and Art History CAA reception and sessions to note
Fri. February 13, 2015
The Department of Art and Art History invites all alumni, faculty, and students attending the College Art Association's (CAA) annual conference to an official reception. Connect with Jack Risley, chair, and fellow alumni, faculty, and students.
Friday, February 13, 5:30–7 pm
New York Hilton Midtown, 4th Floor, Green Room
1335 Avenue of the Americas (Sixth Avenue) at 53rd Street.
Sessions with affiliated scholars:
Wednesday, February 11
Stephanie Michelle Strauss, PhD candidate in Art History: Tlamatinime or Tlacuiloque: Mexica Language Ideologies and the Role of Painter-Scribe in Aztec Society
Thursday, February 12
Carma R. Gorman, associate professor of Design: The Case for a Legal History of Industrial Design
Friday, February 13
Kate Green, PhD candidate in Art History: Psychotherapy, Authenticity, and Conceptual Art: Vito Acconci’s 1972 Performances at Sonnabend
12:30 pm – Session: Northern California Art Historians Old Spaces, New Narratives: Islamic Architecture in the Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries
Stephennie Mulder, associate professor of Art History: Abdülhamid and the ʿAlids: Ottoman Patronage of “Shi’i” Shrines in the Cemetery of Bab al-Ṣaghir in Damascus
Saturday, February 14
Tatiana Reinoza, PhD in Art History, 2009: Restaging Violence in the Diaspora
2:30 pm – Session: Imagining a US Latina/o Art History, Part II
Rose G. Salseda, PhD candidate in Art History: The Art History of Forgetting: Recovering Latino Art in Post-Riot Los Angeles
If you are a faculty, alumni, or student who is presenting at CAA, please email us your session information to be added to this list.