This Colloquium, which begins at 3:30 PM on Friday, January 27 and runs through Saturday, January 28, includes a session on Saturday (3:15-4:45 PM) on Ancient Art, as follows:
3:15-4:45 – Art History research presentations panel, Ancient art, Murray Boardroom, (Chair and Respondent: Professor Emerita Ili Nagy)
Sarah Titus ‘04 (M.A. Yale, Archaeological Studies; Ph.C. University of Washington), "The Art of Protection: The Etruscan Bulla as Apotropaic Device”
Joan Downs ‘86 (M.A. UCLA, Ph.D. University of MI; Indiana University, South Bend), “Roman Tombs Speak: A Remote Site Along the Coast of North Africa Reveals Its Unusual Dead”
Brenda Longfellow ‘94 (M.A. University of Washington, Ph.D. University of Michigan), Associate Professor of Art History, University of Iowa, “Moving Statues: The Reuse and Redisplay of Honorific Portraits in Pompeii”
For further information on the Colloquium contact the Department of Art and Art History at the University of Puget Sound.