Sunday, February 13, 2011 at Fordham University’s Lincoln Center Campus

Co-Sponsored by the Center for Medieval Studies and the Department of Art History and Music, Fordham University; the Division of the Humanities, University of Chicago; and the Department of Art, DePauw University


Conference Program

9.30-10.00    Coffee and Welcome (Rebecca Zorach, Associate Professor, University of Chicago and Nina Rowe, Associate Professor, Fordham University)

Morning Session (Moderator: Elizabeth Parker, Professor Emeritus, Fordham University)

10.00-11.00       Visual Communiqués, Part I
Rachel Dressler, Matthew Shoaf, Stephanie Leitch, Marian Bleeke, Christina Normore, Bonnie Cheng, Kerry Boeye, Elizabeth Rodini, Ann Marie Yasin, Erica Rand

11.00-11.30       Coffee Break

11.30-12.00      “From Cluniac to Romanesque in Cambridge Mass”
 Madeline Caviness, Mary Richardson Professor Emeritus, Tufts University

12.00-12.30      “The Burdens of Matrimony in Late Medieval Padua:  Fina Buzzacarini and the Apocalypse Cycle in Padua's Baptistery”
 Anne Derbes, Professor, Hood College

12.30-1.00         Discussion

1.00-2.30           Lunch break (list of area restaurants will be provided)

Afternoon Session (Moderator: Aden Kumler, Assistant Professor, University of Chicago)

2.30-3.30           Visual Communiqués, Part II
Pamela Loos-Noji, Fred Bohrer, Leah Rutchick, Joanne Lukitsh, Risham Majeed, Anne Harris, Beth Holman, Dawn Odell, Rebecca Zorach, Cecily Hilsdale

3.30-4.00           Coffee Break

4.00-4.30          “The 1902 Exhibition Les Primitifs Flamands: scholarly fallout, art historical reflections”
Andrée Hayum, Professor Emeritus, Fordham University

4.30-5.00          “After Burckhardt and Wölfflin: Was there a Basel ‘School’ of Art History?”
Christine Verzar, Professor Emeritus, Ohio State University

5.00-5.30           Discussion

5.30          Closing Words
Robert Nelson, Robert Lehman Professor, History of Art and Architecture, Yale University

5.30-7.00           Reception

The image is: Master Engelram and his son Redolfo, Plaque with Saint Aemilian. Spanish (Castilla-León), elephant ivory, with glass inlay, 8 1/8 x 3 x 1/4 in. (20.6 x 7.6 x 0.7 cm). The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Cloisters Collection, 1987 (1987.89). Image © The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

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