As part of his activities as the Andrew Carnduff Ritchie Visiting Scholar at Yale University, Distinguished Professor of Art History John Tagg has organized an international conference on photography and Britishness, to be held at the Yale Center for British Art on November 4-5. Follow the link for the complete program, which includes talks from Martin Parr, David Alan Mellor, and doctoral candidate Rotem Rozental.
Congratulations to doctoral candidate Melissa Fitzmaurice, who has been awarded the Gill Family Graduate Student Fellowship for travel to the Society of Architectural Historians Annual Conference in Glasgow to present her paper Fascist Medievalism: Architecture, Authority and Dissent in Rome.
Diane Butler, director of the Binghamton University Art Museum, will give a tour of the museum from noon-1 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 25, highlighting the fall 2016 exhibitions now on view, including “Baseball in Cuba,” “The Bard in Bold” and mini-exhibitions downstairs curated by graduate students. She will talk about important research initiatives currently under way and give a sneak peek “behind the scenes” to show the daily operations of an art museum.
Faculty and staff can register with the University Center for Training and Development and University retirees can register with Retiree Services at 607-777-5959 or via e-mail.
For more information, contact Corinna Kruman or call 607-777-5959. This program is co-sponsored by University Retiree Services and the Employee Assistance Program. Any retirees requiring a garage parking pass for the event should stop at the Information Booth at the University’s main entrance.