The Graduate Students of the Department of Art History at the University of Minnesota present an interdisciplinary graduate student symposium on Friday, April 28th and Saturday, April 29th, 2000, co-sponsored by the Frederick R. Weisman Art Museum and the Minnesota Museum of American Art, with the departments of Anthropology, Architecture, Art, and Classical and Near Eastern Studies. The symposium will feature Professor Jane Blocker as the keynote speaker.
Papers are welcome from all fields. Topics should discuss the function of visual production in relation to formulations of community and identity.
Interested students should send a one-page abstract with a brief CV and contact information to address listed below by December 15, 1999. Limited funding is available.
For further information and final schedule of events, check on the website below or contact Nina Cichocki via e-mail or address below also.
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