We invite proposals on any aspect of American Art that relates to the symposium's theme of the Academy, Museums, and the Market. Proposed papers should be 20-minute, formal papers on any period of American art, in any media, from the 1600 to the present day.
We are also inviting proposals, from current graduate students at the dissertation stage, for a Graduate Student Lightning round session at the conference. Proposed papers for this session should be 5-minute synopsis of your larger research project.
In the subject line of your email, please distinguish whether you are applying for inclusion in the general symposium (20-minute paper) or to the Graduate Student Lightning Round Session (5-minute paper). Please only apply to one type of session.
Please send your proposals by December 1, 2011 to both David Dearinger and Melissa Renn, AHAA Symposium co-chairs
David Dearinger and Melissa Renn, Symposium Co-Chairs
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