College Art Association Annual Conference 2019 - PANELS OF INTEREST

Feb 13, 2019 - Feb 16, 2019

College Art Association Annual Conference 2019

NY Hilton Midtown
1335 Avenue of the Americas
New York, NY 10010

Contact: TFAP
Website: http://www.collegeart.org/programs/conference/conference2019
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Wednesday 02/13/2019

State of the Art (History): Engaging Difficult Topics in and out of the Classroom


Time: 02/13/2019: 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Location: New York Hilton Midtown - 3rd Floor - Trianon Ballroom


Chair: Parme P. Giuntini, Otis College of Art and Design


"Addressing Difficult Social Issues in Art Appreciation"
Damon McArthur, Western Illinois University


"Teaching Art History in the Trump Age: Illustrating Past and Present"
Alexis Culotta, N/A


"The Academic Museum as a Bridge to Current Events in the Classroom"
Kimberly A. Musial Datchuk, University of Iowa


"The “Huddled Masses” Made Human: Using Nineteenth-Century Nativist Imagery to Discuss Immigration Policy"
Whitney Thompson, N/A


"Information Literacy and Difficult Topics: Aztec Clickbait as Critical" Pedagogy
Mya B. Dosch, , California State University, Sacramento


“F*ck Picasso!” and Other Conversations with Students"
Emily Everhart, Art Academy of Cincinnati


"Cultural Appropriation or Cultural Appreciation? “Decolonize” Asian Art in the Classroom"
Mariachiara Gasparini, UC Riverside


Systems and War


Time: 02/13/2019: 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Location: New York Hilton Midtown - 2nd Floor - Regent


"Raubkunst at the Ringling: Franz Marc's Schöpfungsgeschichte"
Jean Marie Carey, Arkeologisk Museum Universitet i Stavanger


"Asphere or A Sphere? Roni Horn’s Play on Forms"
Andrew Robert Ward, University of Sydney


"Painting in the Perpetual War: Jaune Quick-to-See Smith’s Water and War and the Post-9/11 War Culture"
Mark Watson, Clayton State University


"Exploring Katya Grokhovsky's System Failure"
Mary B Brown, Independent Scholar


Art and Empathy


Time: 02/13/2019: 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Location: New York Hilton Midtown - Concourse - Concourse G


Chair: Shannon M. Lieberman, Independent Scholar
Discussant: Veronica Maria White, Princeton University Art Museum


"Sanctuary"
Carrie Scanga, Bowdoin College and Emily R. Rapp Black, Author


"On Discomfort and Empathy as Ethical Relations"
Minou Norouzi Ph.D, Goldsmith College, University of London


"The "Radical Empathy" of Amy Sherald's Portrait of Michelle Obama"
Dorothy Moss, National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution


"The Role of the Arts in Historical Imagination and as a Vehicle to Develop Empathy"
Sue A. Schroeder, Core Dance and Gayle M. Seymour, University of Central Arkansas


Hot and Bothered: Tackling Sexual Harassment and Assault in Higher Education


TFAP Affiliated Society Session


Time: 02/13/2019: 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Location: New York Hilton Midtown - 3rd Floor - Trianon Ballroom


Chairs: Anonda Bell; Connie Tell, The Feminist Art Project


“A Guide to Upsetting Rape Culture”
Hannah L. Brancato, FORCE: Upsetting Rape Culture


“Against My Will: A Multigenerational Collaboration with Sexual Assault Survivors”
Traci Molloy, Independent Artist and Education Activist


“Fourth Wave Czech Made: Resisting Harassment in Academia in Central and Eastern European Context”
Zuzana Tefková, Charles University


“30 Years of "I Never Called It Rape": A Retrospective on the Landmark Study on College Rape”
Salamishah Margaret Tillet, Rutgers University–Newark


The Artist and the Allegory: Locating “the Feminine” in Modern Arab Art


Time: 02/13/2019: 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Location: New York Hilton Midtown - 2nd Floor - Bryant Suite


Chairs: Nisa Ari, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Alessandra Amin, University of California, Los Angeles
Discussant: Jessica Gerschultz, University of Kansas


“Two Arab Female Photographers in Conversation: Karimeh Abbud in Palestine and Marie el-Khazen in Lebanon”
Yasmine Nachabe, Lebanese American University, Beirut, Lebanon


“On the Fringe: Female Artists in Newly Independent Egypt”
Farah Aksoy, SALT Research and Programming, Istanbul, Turkey


“Love in the Time of Arafat: Sexuality and Political Engagement in Prewar Beirut”
Alessandra Amin, University of California, Los Angeles


Queer Artists of Color in New York during the AIDS Epidemic


Time: 02/13/2019: 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Location: New York Hilton Midtown - 3rd Floor - Grand Ballroom West


Chairs: John Paul Ricco, University of Toronto; Robert Summers, Queer Art Network


"Perfect Lovers, Mon Amour: Artistic Influences of Carl George, Felix Gonzalez-Torres, and Ross Laycock"
Shawn Diamond, University of Arizona


"For Colored Boys Who Have Considered Suicide When All You Ever Needed Is the Blues"
Frederick Weston, Independent Artist


"The Funeral Diva"
Pamela Sneed, School of the Art Institute of Chicago


Speculative Feminist Futures


Time: 02/13/2019: 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Location: New York Hilton Midtown - 2nd Floor - Bryant Suite


Chairs: Margaret Hart, University of Massachusetts Boston; Rachel Epp Buller, Bethel College


"Birthed from the Minds of Women: The Mechanized Female Body in Italian Futurism"
Sophia Maxine Farmer, University of Toronto


"Our New System"
Christa M. Donner, School of the Art Institute of Chicago


"Palimpsests and Prophecies: Feminist World Building in Contemporary Works on Paper"
Paula Burleigh, Allegheny College


"Sensing the Anthropocene: Aesthetic Attunement in an Age of Urgency"
Natalie S. Loveless, University of Alberta; History of Art, Design, and Visual Culture


Teaching Art History in the Wake of #MeToo


Time: 02/13/2019: 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Location: New York Hilton Midtown - 3rd Floor - Trianon Ballroom


Chairs: Cynthia S. Colburn, Pepperdine University; Ella Julian Gonzalez, Pepperdine University


"On Frida Kahlo, Salma Hayek, and Linda Nochlin: A Classroom Case Study of Art, Gender, and Pain in the Wake of #MeToo"
Ellen C Caldwell, Mt. San Antonio College


"Teaching Greek Art in the #MeToo Age"
Cynthia S. Colburn and Ella Julian Gonzalez, Pepperdine University


Do Studio Art Classes Require Trigger Warnings?


Time: 02/13/2019: 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Location: New York Hilton Midtown - 3rd Floor - Trianon Ballroom


Chair: Daniel Grant, N/A


"Will a New Agitprop Take Hold of the Art World?"
Elliott I. Barowitz, Drexel University


"On Being a Trigger"
Aliza Shvarts, New York University


"Triggered by Truth"
Deanna Jean Bowen, University of Toronto Scarborough


"Do Studio Art Classes Need Trigger Warnings?"
Michael L. Aurbach, Vanderbilt University


On Second Thought: Performing Gender, Politics, and Belief


Time: 02/13/2019: 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Location: New York Hilton Midtown - Concourse - Concourse A


"Just Posing? Performing Gender in James Ensor’s Self-Portraits"
Susan M. Canning, Independent Scholar


"Walking on Thin Ice: Bruno Munari’s Relationship with Politics under the Fascist Regime"
Alessandro Colizzi, UQAM Université du Québec à Montréal


"The Avant-Garde Fiber Sculpture of Dorian Zachai"
Samantha De Tillio, Museum of Arts and Design


"Failure as Foundation: The Salton Sea and Leonard Knight's Salvation Mountain"
Annalise Christine Flynn, N/A


Performance and Protest: Directions in Contemporary Spaces


Time: 02/13/2019: 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Location: New York Hilton Midtown - 3rd Floor - Grand Ballroom West


Chair: Kathleen M. Wentrack, Queensborough Community College, City University of New York


"Citizen Performer: Participatory Performance Art in Postrevolution Tunisia"
Anne Marie Butler, State University of New York at Buffalo


"Making the Invisible Visible: Performing the (Dis)abled Bodymind"
MaryGrace C Bernard, University of Denver


"Ladies’ Auxiliary of the Lower East Side: Post-Punk Feminisms"
Maria Elena Buszek, University of Colorado Denver


"Sit In/Walk Out: Using the Academic Institution as a Site to Practice Nonviolent Resistance Strategies"
Allyson Packer, Independent Scholar


The Intersectionality of Art, Feminism, Postcolonialism, and Sovereignty


Time: 02/13/2019: 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Location: New York Hilton Midtown - 2nd Floor - Bryant Suite


Chairs: Judith K. Brodsky, Rutgers University; Ferris Olin, Rutgers University


"Arnait Amma Takujagaqarvik: Inuit Women and Museums"
Heather Iglioliorte, Concordia University and Julie Nagam, University of Winnipeg


"Global Visions: The Story of Iniva (Institute of International Visual Arts) and How It Reshaped the Discourse of Contemporary Art and Art History"
Gilane Tawadros, DACS, The Design and Artists Copyright Society


"Women’s Cross-Cultural Art Practices in Remote Indigenous Australia"
Una Rey, The University of Newcastle


"Posing Modernity: The Black Model from Manet and Matisse to Today"
Denise M. Murrell, Columbia University


"Collaborative Curating and Allyship: Organizing Survivance and Sovereignty on Turtle Island at the Kupferberg Holocaust Center"
Danyelle Means, Queensborough Community College and Katherine Griefen, N/A


Thursday 02/14/2019


Queen: Centering the Black Woman as the Subject of Beauty


Time: 02/14/2019: 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Location: New York Hilton Midtown - 2nd Floor - Beekman


Chair: Sarah A. Clunis, N/A
Discussant: Deborah Willis, Tisch School of the Arts, New York University


"Unspoken, But Seen: Gesture and Beauty in the Work of Michéle Pearson Clarke"
Christina Knight, Haverford College


"On Black Female Beauty and Becoming"
Tiffany Barber, University of Delaware


"A Feeling of Eternity": Eldzier Cortor's Representations of Black Women"
Jennie Hasher Goldstein, Whitney Museum of American Art


"Divine Divas, Indomitable Deities—Defining Images of the Eternal Feminine"
Leslie King Hammond, Maryland Institute College of Art


“The Problem of Woman” in Surrealism

Time: 02/14/2019: 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Location: New York Hilton Midtown - Concourse - Concourse A


Chairs: Alyce A. Mahon, University of Cambridge; Katharine Conley, College of William and Mary


"Surrealism and the Woman Problem"
Mary Ann Caws, CUNY Graduate Center


“Talk about complications!”: Surrealism’s Trouble with Women"
Raymond Spiteri, Victoria University of Wellington


"Leonor Fini from an Italian Perspective: Letters, Articles and Archival Documents (1929–96)"
Giulia Ingarao, Accademia di Belle Arti di Palermo


"Rita Kernn-Larsen: The Case of the Danish Surrealist"
Grazina Subelyte, Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice


Women’s Identity, Liturgy, and Sacred Space in Medieval and Renaissance Italy


Time: 02/14/2019: 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Location: New York Hilton Midtown - 2nd Floor - Madison Suite


Chair: Joanne Allen, American University


"Women and Sacred Space in Renaissance Florence"
Joanne Allen, American University


"Image or Performance? Benvenuta Boiani’s Altar Frontal and the Perception of the Liturgical Ritual"
Zuleika Murat, University of Padua


"Two Women and One Psalter (Padua, Seminary Library, MS 353)"
Sabina Zonno, EMSI


Feminist Matters, 1968 and Beyond


Time: 02/14/2019: 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Location: New York Hilton Midtown - Concourse - Concourse A


Chair: Sampada Aranke, San Francisco Art Institute
Discussant: Lydia Brawner, Performa/Mellon Foundation


"The Performance of Our Lives"
Kim Nguyen, Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts


"The Performance of Our Lives"
Eunsong Kim, N/A


"Image Matters: Materializing Reproductive and Affective Labor in Feminist Art from the 1970s to the 1990s"
Kimberly Kay Lamm, Duke University


"La Rivolta Continua: Carla Lonzi’s Separatism and Claire Fontaine’s Weaponization of Theory"
Vanessa Mackenzie Parent, N/A


"What We Want Is Not Free"
Jen Delos Reyes, University of Illinois at Chicago


No Body, This Body: Marking Flesh, Figuration, Abstraction in Trans Art History


Time: 02/14/2019: 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Location: New York Hilton Midtown - 2nd Floor - Beekman


Chair: Eliza Steinbock, Leiden University for the Arts in Society
Discussant: David J. Getsy, School of the Art Institute of Chicago


"Other Genders: Forrest Bess and Postwar Abstraction"
Cyle Michalka Metzger, Stanford University


"Flaming Color: The Genderqueer Capacities of Color-as-Matter"
Lex Morgan Lancaster, University of South Carolina–Upstate


"Serial Shooters: Portraits of Contrast and Conflict in Muholi Muholi’s Hail the Dark Lioness (2012–16) and Pyuupiru’s Self Portrait (2005–7) Series"
Eliza Steinbock, Leiden University


Radical Female Artists: Wielding Media as Critique


Time: 02/14/2019: 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Location: New York Hilton Midtown - 2nd Floor - Madison Suite


"The Secret History of Frida Kahlo’s “Pitahayas”
Mel Becker Solomon, Madison Museum of Contemporary Art


"Eva Hesse in 1968: Plastics, Absurdity, Process"
Jessica Ziegenfuss, University of California, Irvine


"From Taboo to Iconic: Revisiting Judy Chicago’s Red Flag (1971)"
Camilla Mork Rostvik, University of St. Andrews


"Smile and Other Dildos"
Maggie Unverzagt Goddard, Brown University


Women’s Devotion and Visual Culture in Early Modern Spain: The Convent of the Descalzas Reales


Time: 02/14/2019: 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Location: New York Hilton Midtown - 2nd Floor - Morgan Suite


Chairs: Maria Cruz De Carlos, Universidad Autónoma Madrid; Tanya J. Tiffany, University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee
Discussant: Magdalena Sanchez, N/A


"Processions at the Celestial Palace: A Ritual and Spatial Approximation of Las Descalzas Reales"
Katherine Anne Mills, Harvard University


"Pedro Perete's Engravings of the Life of Margaret of the Cross (1636)"
Maria Cruz De Carlos, Universidad Autónoma Madrid


"Conventual and Courtly Devotion in the Descalzas Reales: Polychrome Sculptures of the Child Christ"
Tanya J. Tiffany, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee


Contested Site: The Female Body in Contemporary Art


Time: 02/14/2019: 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Location: New York Hilton Midtown - Concourse - Concourse A


Chair: Katya Grokhovsky, N/A
Discussant: Farrah Karapetian, N/A


"The Mouths of Women: Performance"
Cindy Rehm, Chapman University


"Pussy Artistically Grabs Back: The Female Body as Political Force in the United States"
Emily Newman, Texas A&M University-Commerce


"Re-storying the Female Body: A Presentation by Susan Silas and Nadja Verena Marcin"
Susan Silas and Nadja Verena Marcin, N/A


"Unruly Images: Female Bodies and Feminist Polemics in the Contemporary Avant-Garde"
Charlene K. Lau, Parsons School of Design


"Curating Araki Nobuyoshi in the 21st Century"
Maggie Joe Mustard, N/A


Ideals, Desires, Fabrications, and Compromises: Aspects of Gender in Art


Time: 02/14/2019: 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Location: New York Hilton Midtown - 2nd Floor - Madison Suite


"In Bed with Monet"
Andrew Shelton, Ohio State University


"Money, Monsters, Masculinity, and Japan in Claude Monet’s La Japonaise (1876)"
Hyoungee Kong, Penn State University


"The Art of Misogyny"
Francesca Bacci, University of Tampa


"Discarding of the Veil: An Image of Female Empowerment"
Katherine Lynn Raymer, University of Arizona


Queer and Feminist Art Censorship in the Age of Social Media


Time: 02/14/2019: 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Location: New York Hilton Midtown - 2nd Floor - Beekman


Chair: Clarity Haynes, Brooklyn College

"Censorship in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction"
Leah M. DeVun, N/A


"Let's Be Counted"
Paul Sepuya, N/A


"Sex Work: The Silencing of Feminist Art and Radical Politics from a Historical Perspective"
Alison Marie Gingeras-Uklanska, Dallas Contemporary


"Queer Feminist Invisibilities"
William J. Simmons, University of Southern California


The Female Impact: Women and the Art Market in the Early Modern Era


Time: 02/14/2019: 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Location: New York Hilton Midtown - 2nd Floor - Morgan Suite


Chairs: Judith Noorman, New York University, Frans Grijzenhout


“You will think I haue too warring a minde for my sexe”: Elizabeth Stuart and the Necessity of Patronage in Exile"
Michele Frederick, University of Delaware


"Titia Brongersma: An Artist and Patron of the 17th-Century Netherlands"
Nicole Elizabeth Cook, Philadelphia Museum of Art


"Trading Zones: Agnes Block, or the Art of Female Patronage and Influence in 17th-Century Amsterdam"
Catherine Powell, University of Texas


“Her Public Voice”: Teen Girls and Young Women in Ancient Contexts


Time: 02/14/2019: 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Location: New York Hilton Midtown - 2nd Floor - Morgan Suite


Chair: Barbara Mendoza, Santa Monica College


"Girls Aloud! Representations of Adolescent Girls and Young Women in Egyptian Art"
Barbara Mendoza, Santa Monica College


"Arrhephorai in the Parthenon Frieze: Young Women Dignified in Sacred Roles"
Patrick N. Hunt, Stanford University


"The (In)visible Daughters: Recovering the Young Female Experience in Etruscan and Praenestine Art"
Bridget K. Sandhoff, University of Nebraska Omaha


"Belles of the Ball: Young Women, Marriage, and Chthonic Cult in South Italian Vase Painting"
Keely E. Heuer, State University of New York at New Paltz


"Age before Beauty? The Case of the Missing Roman Girls"Eve D'Ambra, Vassar College


Maternal Subjectivity in Contemporary Art


Time: 02/14/2019: 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Location: New York Hilton Midtown - 2nd Floor - Beekman


Chairs: Robert R. Shane, College of Saint Rose; Susan A. Van Scoy, St. Joseph's College


"Decolonizing Third World Feminism: The Representation of Pregnancy in Latina and Latin American Women Artists (1970s–1980s)"
Lara Demori, Independent


"Birth Stories of a Mutation Scenario: Chernobyl and the East German Body in Gundula Schulze Eldowy’s Birth Portraits"
Sara Blaylock, University of Minnesota–Duluth


"How We Are Fed: Artist Mothers and the Online Community"
Lauren Frances Evans, Samford University


"Milk and Tears" Shame and Maternal Subjectivity in Contemporary Art about Breastfeeding"
Robert R. Shane, College of Saint Rose


Letters to Lucy


Time: 02/14/2019: 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Location: New York Hilton Midtown - 3rd Floor - Grand Ballroom West


Chairs: Mary Savig, Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution; Josh T. Franco, Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution


"Surrealism between Women"
Ann M. Reynolds, University of Texas at Austin


"Writing toward Women’s Liberation in the Arts: Lucy Lippard’s Mailbox as Feminist Art Nexus"
Xuxa Rodríguez, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign


"Yours in Struggle: Searching for El Salvador in Lucy Lippard’s Archive"
Erina Duganne, Texas State University and Muriel H. Hasbun, Corcoran School of Art + Design


“Whatever you do, do not give up the art battlefield”: Legal Activism, Contracts, and Collaboration between Seth Siegelaub and Lucy Lippard"
Lauren van Haaften-Schick, Cornell University


Spatial Dialogues in Feminism


Time: 02/14/2019: 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Location: New York Hilton Midtown - 2nd Floor - Beekman


"Drawing a Groundless Ground: Notes on the Transatlantic Dialogues between ruby onyinyechi amanze and Wura-Natasha Ogunji"
Fernanda Isabel Villarroel, University of Wisconsin–Madison


"You Stand Corrected: Antirationality and Self-Definition in the Work of Adrian Piper"
Melinda Guillen, University of California, San Diego


"Intraplaces: Ecofeminism, Care, and Spatialized Art"
Elena Cologni, , Independent Artist and Scholar


"Reclaimed Histories: Environmental Art and Feminist Intervention"
Lisa Dillon Strickland, N/A


The Production of Public Space: Women Artists in Performance across the Globe


Time: 02/14/2019: 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Location: New York Hilton Midtown - Concourse - Concourse A


Chair: Joanna Matuszak, Indiana University Bloomington


"Feminist Performance Art in Postwar Naples, Italy: Lina Mangiacapre and Le Nemesiache"
Ginny Beth Sykes, N/A


"Feminist Strategies in Public Space"
Carron P. Little, SAIC


"Subtle Performative Implementations"
Ieke Trinks, independent


"Art in Odd Places: Body 2018—Agency. Self. Status. Other."
Katya Grokhovsky, N/A


Friday 02/15/2019


The Decolonial and the Querying & Queerying “Self” in Latinx Art


Time: 02/15/2019: 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Location: New York Hilton Midtown - 2nd Floor - Nassau East


Chair: Angelique M. Szymanek, Hobart and William Smith Colleges


"Crafting a Queer Body of Resistance: The Knitted Artivism of Ben Cuevas"
Guisela Latorre, University of California, Santa Barbara


"The Engaging Spirit of Viva Paredes: Toward  a Decolonization of the Self"
Ann Marie Leimer, Midwestern State University


"To(o) Queer the Artist: An Aesthesis of Self-Making"
Mariana J. Ortega, N/A


"Decolonizing Self-Portratis in the Work of Kahlo, Mendieta, and Yreina D. Cervántez"
Laura E. Perez, University of California, Berkeley


Writing about Art: Women Authors and Art Critics in the Late Nineteenth-Century


Time: 02/15/2019: 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Location: New York Hilton Midtown - Concourse - Concourse G


Chair: Leanne M. Zalewski, Central Connecticut State University


“Debating the American Woman Artist’s Presence in Paris”
Julia K. Dabbs, Associate Professor of Art History, University of Minnesota, Morris


"Women Critics and Impressionism in the Midwest: A Case Study of Lucy Monroe"
Claire Hendren, Université Paris Nanterre


"Degas’ Ballet Dancers between Marc de Montifaud’s ‘Goddesses of the Opera’ and Paul Mantz’s Naked Vice"
Vasile-Ovidiu Prejmerean, The Institute for Archaeology and Art History of the Romanian Academy Cluj-Napoca and University of Fribourg, Switzerland


“'That many-sided and elevated spirit in criticism': Women Art Writers and the Promotion of the ‘New Art Criticism’ in late-nineteenth century Britain"
Maria Alambritis, Birkbeck and National Gallery London


Trans Representations: Intersectional Gender Identities in Contemporary Art and Visual Culture


Time: 02/15/2019: 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Location: New York Hilton Midtown - 2nd Floor - Nassau East


Chair: Ace Lehner, University of California, Santa Cruz


"Trans Representations: Non-Binary Visual Theory in Contemporary Art"
Ace Lehner, University of California, Santa Cruz


"Intersectional Liminality in Raafat Hattab’s Ho(u)ria (2010)"
Sascha Crasnow, University of Michigan


"T4T: Adoration and Resistance in Photographs by and for the Trans Community"
Jordan Reznick, University of California, Santa Cruz


Fashioning Resistance


Time: 02/15/2019: 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Location: New York Hilton Midtown - Concourse - Concourse A


Chair: Johanna Amos, Queen's University


"Occupational Hazards, or What Happens When Parisian Women Embrace Military Wear, c. 1815"
Heather Belnap, Brigham Young University


"The Queen’s Veil: Visibility Politics in the French Colonial Archive"
Axelle Boyer, N/A


"As “a hedge, as a convenience, a good thing”: Elizabeth Petipher Cash’s Continued Fashioning of a Plain Appearance"
Hannah Frances Rumball, University of Brighton


"Fashion of Resistance among Widows in Eastern Nigeria"
Louisa Nnenna Onuoha, NCMM


Power, Resistance, and Gender Issues in the Arts of Women


Time: 02/15/2019: 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Location: New York Hilton Midtown - 2nd Floor - Nassau East


Chair: Kyra Belan, Broward College


"Disarming Misogyny as a Dude"
Rebekah Modrak, University of Michigan


"Unclean Animals: Navigating Personal Guiding Mythologies"
Alison Elia Stinely, Old Dominion University


"Desire, Resistance, and Power: Agnes Varda’s L’Opéra Mouffe"
Rebecca J. DeRoo, Rochester Institute of Technology


"A Temporary Placement to A Permanent Interest"
Carrie Ida Edinger, N/A


Saturday 02/16/2019


Sally Dixon’s Media Circuits: Reimagining Institutional Dynamics and Global Exchanges in 1970s Experimental Media Arts


Time: 2/16/2019: 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Location: New York Hilton Midtown - 2nd Floor - Madison Suite


Chairs: Benjamin Walter Ogrodnik, University of Pittsburgh; Melissa A Ragona, Carnegie Mellon University


"Expanded Acts of Perception: Sally Dixon’s Generative Letters"
Melissa A Ragona, Carnegie Mellon University


"Reimagining Sally Dixon’s Travel Sheet: A Data-Driven Approach to Studying Experimental Media"
Lindsay Kistler Mattock, University of Iowa


"Models of Curating Experimental Media Art in the 1970s: Sally Dixon’s Independent Film Maker Series"
Benjamin Walter Ogrodnik, University of Pittsburgh


"Stewarding Time-Based Media Collections into the Future: Challenges and Opportunities"
Emily Davis, Carnegie Mellon University


Women Artists in Germany, Scandinavia, and Central Europe, 1880-1960


Time: 2/16/2019: 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Location: New York Hilton Midtown - 2nd Floor - Gramercy West


Chair: Kerry L. Greaves, N/A


"Organismic Womanhood: Rita Kernn-Larsen and the Gender Politics of Surrealist Biology"
Emil Leth Meilvang, University of Oslo


"The Women Members of the Young Yiddish Group"
Nora Butkovich, Virginia Commonwealth University


"Redefining Mary Bauermeister’s 'Maternal' and Material Practices"
Lauren Hanson, The University of Texas at Austin


"White Shadows: The Photograms of Anneliese Hager"
Lynette Roth, Harvard Art Museums



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