Call for Papers: 38th Annual Art History Graduate Symposium at Florida State University, deadline: 31 December 2021

Keynote Speaker: Roland Betancourt
Professor of Art History and Chancellor’s Fellow, University of California, Irvine

The Florida State University Art History faculty and graduate students invite
students currently working toward an MA or a PhD to submit abstracts of papers for
presentation at our 38th Annual Art History Graduate Student Symposium, which
will be held remotely over Zoom Webinar on April 8 & 9, 2022.

We welcome papers that represent an advanced stage of research from any area of
the history of art, architecture, and cultural heritage studies. Paper sessions will
take place on Friday afternoon and Saturday, with each paper followed by critical
discussion. Papers will then be considered for inclusion in Athanor, our
internationally-distributed journal.

The deadline for submitting abstracts (maximum 350 words) is December 31, 2021.
Please include your university affiliation and the title of the talk.

Send abstracts and this information to: fsusymposium@gmail.com.

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Published by Dr. Blair Apgar

Blair (they/them) recently completed their PhD in History of Art at the University of York with Hanna Vorholt and Amanda Lillie. Their thesis focused on the role of Matilda of Canossa in the sociopolitical development of the Investiture Controversy, and its relationship to Matilda’s material patronage. As an early career researcher, their work aims to unpack the historiographic construction of powerful medieval women’s legacies. They are also interested in the representation of the Middle Ages in modern media such as video games.

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