The Third Year Symposium showcases the ongoing research of PhD students in the History of Art. It will be followed by lunch. Open to all.
Organisers: David Zagoury, Stephanie Azzarello and Sarah Rabinowe.
10.00: Opening Remarks, Dr Frank Salmon
10.10: PANEL 1, Chair: Dr Andrew Chen
10.10-10.30: Stephanie Azzarello, Reassembling the Sacred: What the reconstruction of the Murano Choir Books can reveal about Venetian art in the early Quattrocento
10.30-10.50: Anya Burgon, Eloquence and the Mechanical Arts in Twelfth-Century School Poetry
10.50-11.10: Maria Harvey, Santa Caterina at Galatina: Late Medieval Art in Salento at the Frontier of the Latin and Orthodox Worlds
11.30-11-50: Coffee and Tea Break
11.50: PANEL 2, Chair: Lorraine de la Verpillère
11.50-12.10: David Zagoury, Fantasia and Imagination in Sixteenth-Century Art Theory
12.10-12.30: Lizzie Fisher, Kettle’s Yard: a Curatorial Genealogy
12.50: Closing Remarks, Dr Donal Cooper