12th Annual Art History Graduate Symposium

Saturday March 20, 1993

Grant Arnold,
University of British Columbia,
“Ciphers of Sexuality: Prudence Heward’s Hester and Nordicity in the Canadian Landscape”

Amelia Rauser,
Northwestern University,
“‘O English Liberty!: A Crisis in National Ideology and the War with the American Colonies”

Lynn Ruscheinsky,
University of British Columbia,
“Re-Visioning the past: Incidents of Travel in Central America, Chiapas, and Yucatan written by John Lloyd Stephens and illustrated by Frederick Catherwood”

Efthimios G. Kalos,
Art Institute of Chicago,
“Classical Homoeroticism in Modern Photography: Closeted or Camp?”

Joseph Monteyne,
University of British Columbia,
“Imitating or Copying Nature: Claude-Joseph Vernet’s Ports of France and Landscape Painting in Eighteenth Century France”

Elizabeth K. Menon,
University of Minnesota,
“M. Mayeux and the Rococo Masters”

Bronwen Wilson,
University of British Columbia,
“Insecurity and Independence: The Double Identity of Venice in the Sixteenth Century”