RAVE: Zsofi Valyi-Nagy
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.
Zsofi Valyi-Nagy, PhD student, Department of Art History
"Holographic Hapticity: Touch and Motional Empathy in Paula Dawson's To Absent Friends (1989)"
Respondent: Sophie Lynch, PhD student, Departments of Cinema and Media Studies & Art History
*Paper will be pre-circulated one week in advance.