ART HISTORY AND ART CONSERVATION SENIOR THESIS PRESENTATIONS, DECEMBER 9, 2015

Carol Ann Routh (CMC-ARCN), “Press to Impressed: An Exploration of the Changes in Thai Palm leaf Facture” (1st reader: Nancy Williams; 2ndreader Bruce Coats)

Amelia Abramson (PZ-ARCN), “Please, Don’t Touch That: Resolving the Tensions Between Tourism and Conservation at Pompeii” (1st reader:  Michelle Berenfeld;   2nd reader: Frances Pohl)

 Erin Hoey (SC-ARCN), “The Conservation of Ancient Mosaics” (1st reader:  Michelle Berenfeld; 2nd reader: Eric Doehne)

Daisy Adams (PO-ARHI), “A Flask from the Past: The Didactic Usage of the Tale  of Psyche and Cupid in Renaissance Italy (1st reader: George Gorse; 2nd  reader Corey Tazzara)

Caroline Nelson (SC-ARHI), “The Vanity of Women: Gender, International Trade, and Textiles in Renaissance Art” (1st reader: George Gorse;   2nd reader: Corey Tazzara)

Abigail Rodriguez (SC-ARCN), “Playing with Fire: An Examination of the  Context and Conservation of José Clemente Orozco’s Prometheus  (1st reader: Frances Pohl; 2nd reader: Eric Doehne)

Imogen Fairbairn (PZ-ARHI), “Joseph Cornell and Capturing the City”   (1st reader: Frances Pohl; 2nd reader: Kathleen Howe)

Caitlyn Marianacci (SC-ARHI), “Cindy Sherman’s Appropriations of Renaissance Paintings of Women” (1st reader: Mary MacNaughton; 2nd reader: George Gorse)

 Jasmine Kusumowidagdo (SC-ARHI/ECON), “Philanthropy and Artistic Innovation in the U.S. (1st reader: Mary MacNaughton; 2nd reader:  Matthew Magilke)               

Jasmine Kusumowidagdo, Caroline Nelson, Amelia Abramson (back row), Caitlyn Marianacci (front) Erin Hoey (back), Daisy Adams (front), Imogen Fairbairn (back), Abigail Rodriguez (front), Carol Ann Routh

Jasmine Kusumowidagdo, Caroline Nelson, Amelia Abramson (back row), Caitlyn Marianacci (front) Erin Hoey (back), Daisy Adams (front), Imogen Fairbairn (back), Abigail Rodriguez (front), Carol Ann Routh