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Vivien Fryd Speaks at Colloquium on Hiram Powers' Greek Slave

Vivien Green Fryd, professor of history of art, participated in a colloquium on The Greek Slave by Hiram Powers held on October 10-11 at the Yale Center of British Art in conjunction with the… 164 more words

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Sheri Shaneyfelt to Lecture at Milwaukee Art Museum on October 16

Sheri Shaneyfelt, senior lecturer and director of undergraduate studies in the department of history of art, will explore developments in Italian painting from the late 14th to the 16th century in a lecture at the Milwaukee Museum of Art on Thursday, October 16. 190 more words

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Rebecca VanDiver to Present Paper at AHAA Symposium

Rebecca Keegan VanDiver, assistant professor of history of art, will present a paper at the third biennial symposium organized by the Association of Historians of American Art (AHAA) held October 9-11 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 257 more words

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AIA Lecture Addresses Human Sacrifice in Etruscan Art

As a student, Larissa Bonfante, Professor of Classics Emerita, New York University, was introduced to the Etruscans when she excavated at Cerveteri, one of their chief cities. 371 more words

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Barnes & Noble Hosts HART Alumna for Poetry Reading

Alysha Irisari Malo, BA’03, is one of three local writers with Vanderbilt ties reading at 7 pm Friday, October 3, at Lyrical Brew: An Evening of Local Poetry sponsored by Barnes & Noble at 2525 West End Avenue. 150 more words

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Alumnus to Lecture on Chinese Funerary Art on October 9

Fan Jeremy Zhang, curator of Asian Art at the Ringling Museum of Art, will present the Department of History of Art Alumni Lecture entitled “Chinese Funerary Art in its Cultural and Architectural Context” on Thursday, October 9, at 4 pm in Cohen 203. 208 more words

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Applications for Fall 2014 Downing Grants Due October 10

The Department of History of Art is pleased to announce grants for travel to exhibitions and research centers to supplement academic instruction for students in the HART Honors Program, in senior seminars (HART 295), or in “W” (writing) courses. 141 more words

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