The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences‘ Whiting Fellows will present research on Tuesday, Oct. 5, at 5 p.m. in Carpenter B-21. The GSAS is one of seven distinguished graduate programs that receive funding from the Mrs. Giles Whiting Foundation to support doctoral students as they complete their dissertation research. Whiting Fellows are chosen on the basis of both accomplishment and promise and receive grants to pursue study in an area of the humanities.
On the program:
- Catherine Person (Classical and Near Eastern Archaeology): “Household Shrines of Roman Achaia”
- Andrea Guzzetti (Classical and Near Eastern Archaeology): “A Walk through the Past: Archaeological Museums and Visitors in Italy, Greece, and Israel”
- Marie Gasper-Hulvat (History of Art): “Negotiating History: Kazimir Malevich’s 1929 Tretiakov Gallery Exhibition”
- Lesley Shipley (History of Art): “Specific Objects: Lee Bontecou’s Steel and Canvas Reliefs and Sculptures, 1959-1964”
A reception will follow in Thomas Great Hall.