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Spring 2011

Art History and Architectural Studies Open House and Majors Pizza Lunch
Monday, February 28th, 11:30am - 1:00pm
Art History Dept., 11 Talbot Avenue

This will be a perfect time to meet with faculty and current majors, and to learn about the Major and Minor in both Art History and Architectural Studies.

A Woman Like That screening  
Wednesday, March 2nd, 3:00pm - 4:15pm
*Room changed to: Cohen Auditorium

Emmy-nominated filmmaker Ellen Weissbrod merges her own coming-of-middle-age story with her pursuit of the truth behind the myths of 17th century female artist Artemisia Gentileschi's dramatic work and provocative life. Weissbrod brings the audience into close contact with Gentileschi's paintings and words, filming in Italy at the Casa Buonarroti, the Museo di Capodimonte, The Pitti Palace, The Rome State Archives, and in private collectors' homes in Milan, Florence and Rome. A freewheeling tribute to an artist who leaps across centuries to speak to us all, the enduring power of storytelling - in paintings, in films and in our lives is revealed, as the filmmaker must overcome her own doubts and fears, travel the world and even go undercover to learn that who gets to tell the story matters, and that maybe she too, can be a woman like that.
Learn more about "A Woman Like That" and view trailer >

Since '45: Contemporary Art and Art History's Old Habits
Monday, March 28th, 5:30pm - 7:00pm
Sophia Gordon Hall

A Barkan Lecture given by Katy Siegel. Professor Siegel works on post-war art; her interests include the relationship between art history and criticism, and the practice of contemporary artists in the social field. She received her Ph.D. from the University of Texas-Austin. She studies with Richard Shiff, and wrote her dissertation on the preferences for discontinuity in figuring post-war art history and criticism: its emphasis on historical beginnings and endings, generational conflict, and artistic breakthroughs. She taught at the University of Memphis, and has also been a Luce Fellow at Brandeis University, a senior critic at Yale Graduate School and a visiting professor at Princeton University. She is currently teaching at the CUNY Graduate Center.

Urban Networks: Fascist Party Headquarters and the Claiming of Modern Milan
Thursday, April 7th, 5:30pm - 7:00pm
Room 155 Granoff Music Building

A Tomasso Lecture given by Lucy M. Maulsby, Assistant Professor, School of Architecture, Northeastern University, Boston, MA. Professor Maulsby received her Ph.D. at Columbia University. Her scholarship focuses on the relationship between architecture, urbanism, and politics, with a particular emphasis on architecture in modern Italy. Her new book, "The Piazza degli Affair and the Contingent Nature of Urbanism in Fascist Milan" Urban History, is expected to be in publication May 2011.

MA students' in Art History and Art History and Museum Studies, QP and Thesis Presentations
Friday, April 8th, 12:00pm-3:00pm
Baronian Field House

Art History Undergraduate Thesis Presentation
Tuesday, May 3rd, 12:00pm-2:00pm
Sophia Gordon Hall

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