RAVE: Alice Goff

RAVE: Alice Goff

Workshop
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CWAC 152
Add to Calendar 2019-01-23 16:30:00 2019-01-23 18:00:00 RAVE: Alice Goff The Research in Art and Visual Evidence (RAVE) Workshop provides a forum for University of Chicago graduate students––and the occasional faculty or outside speaker––to present their works-in-progress whose research centers on art or any type of visual and material culture. RAVE provides visually-minded scholars from across the university with the opportunity to receive feedback from art historians, while also ensuring that art historians think broadly and experimentally about their projects. January 23 Alice Goff, Assistant Professor, Department of History “Hegel’s Neighbor: The Royal Museum of Art in Berlin”  Respondent: Martha Ward, Associate Professor, Department of Art History *No pre-circulated paper. CWAC 152 Department of Art History drupal@seastar.uchicago.edu America/Chicago public
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The Research in Art and Visual Evidence (RAVE) Workshop provides a forum for University of Chicago graduate students––and the occasional faculty or outside speaker––to present their works-in-progress whose research centers on art or any type of visual and material culture. RAVE provides visually-minded scholars from across the university with the opportunity to receive feedback from art historians, while also ensuring that art historians think broadly and experimentally about their projects.

January 23

Alice Goff, Assistant Professor, Department of History

“Hegel’s Neighbor: The Royal Museum of Art in Berlin” 

Respondent: Martha Ward, Associate Professor, Department of Art History

*No pre-circulated paper.