#CTB14: Conference Schedule

All events are free and open to the public. Join us!

Friday, April 4th:

Undergraduate Panel: 1-2:15pm || In the Lower Galleries of the Binghamton University Art Museum

Michael Kosowski
Dual Faith: The Pagan Vestiges in the Religions of Eastern Europe

Zsuzsanna Orban
Words, Religion, and Censorship: Examining John Latham’s God is Great #2

Hannah Hempstead-Dwiggins
Strawberry Hill and Northanger Abbey: The Romance of Constructing and Deconstructing the Gothic

Panel Moderator: Alex Feim

Break: 2:15-2:30

Panel 1: Reappropriation, 2:30-3:45pm || In the Lower Galleries of the Binghamton University Art Museum

Kelly I. Long
Walls Do Talk: Toward an Ethics of Foreclosure Photography

Stephanie Peterson
Georg Scholz: a Revival of the Germanic Caricatural Tradition in the Context of Weimar’s West Germany

Rotem Rozental
Under Dor Guez’s Bed: Scenes from the “Christian Palestinian Archive”

Panel moderator: Kasia Kieca

–Break: 3:45-4:30pm–

4:30pm in FA258

Keynote visiting talk:
Elena Shtromberg


Saturday, April 5th, 2014, FA 258:

Panel 2: Nation Building, 9:30-10:45am

Nicole Wagner
Imagined Power: Brigand-Photography and Nationalism in Nineteenth-Century Italy

Florencia San Martin
Framing Mobility in Mona Hatoum’s work on Maps, (1996-2012)

Silvia Benedetti
Boycotting the Censured Biennial: 1969 and the Contrabienal

Panel moderator: Melissa Fitzmaurice

Break: 10:45-11am

Panel 3: Exhibition. 11am-12:15pm

Amanda Beardsley
A ‘Cabaret of Curiosities’: The Landscape Aesthetics of “Mondo Utah” and the Mormon Panorama

Stephanie Hohlios
Mapping National Identity: Gutai’s International Sky Festival

Eitan B. Freedenberg
Material Ism: Labor and Modernity at The Henry Ford

Panel moderator: Paulina Banas

Panel 4: Counter-Narrative, 1:15-2:30pm

Sara Champlin
Town Planning in the West: Metapontum, Megara Hyblaea, and Akragas

Hye Young Min
Cross-Axis of Godard and Fromanger: Film-Tract No. 1968, Le Rouge

Rebekah Tonthat
Pictographic Unity in the 1964 Olympics

Panel moderator: Dengyan Zhou

Panel 5:  Political Landscapes, 2:45-4pm:

Kyungso Min
Expanded Boundary: Art of Allan deSouza and Yong Soon Min

Sandrine Canac
East Coast/West Coast: Art and the City in the 1960s

Lyno Vuth
Rediscovered, Reconstituted, Reproduced: Rewriting History and Knowledge of Cambodian Arts during the French Protectorate 1863-1942

Panel moderator: Addie Gordon

Keynote faculty talk: Prof. Karen Barzman

Reception to follow


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