ART HISTORY AND ART CONSERVATION SENIOR THESIS PRESENTATIONS, MON., MAY 2, 2016, 7-9 PM, LEBUS 113

Amelia Abramson (ARCN-PZ), “Please, Don’t Touch That: Resolving the Tensions between Tourism and Conservation at Pompeii” (First reader: Michelle Berenfeld, Second reader: Frances Pohl)

Erin Hoey (ARCN-SC), “Out of Site, But Not Out of Mind: The Conservation and Display of Ancient Roman Floor Mosaics In Situ and in Museums” (First reader: Michelle Berenfeld, Second reader: Eric Doehne)

Daisy Adams (ARHI-PO), A Flask from the Past: The Didactic Usage of the Tale of Psyche and Cupid in Renaissance Italy” (First reader: George Gorse, Second reader: Corey Tazzara)

Caroline Nelson (ARHI-SC), “By the Hands of a Woman: Gender, Luxury, and International Relations in Andrea Mantegna’s Judith and Holofernes  (First reader: George Gorse, Second reader: Corey Tazzara)

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

Jasmine Kusumowidagdo (ARHI-SC), “Adding Up the Arts: The Great Recession and the Public-Private Debate in the Funding of America’s Art and Art Museums” (First reader: Mary MacNaughton, Second reader:  Matthew Magilke [CMC]

Caitlyn Marianacci (ARHI-SC), “Old Masterpieces, New Mistress-pieces: Cindy Sherman’s Reinterpretations of Renaissance Portraits of Women” (First reader: Mary MacNaughton, Second reader: George Gorse)

Imogen Fairbairn (ARHI-PZ), “The Ambulatory Archive: Joseph Cornell in New York City and Francis Alÿs in Mexico City” (First reader: Frances Pohl, Second reader: Kathleen Howe)