Professor of Art History Kimberly Smith presented a paper titled “Becoming Human / Becoming Animal: Franz Marc and the Evolution of Perception” at the German Studies Association Annual Conference in San Diego on Oct. 1.
Professor of Art History Thomas Howe, Professor of Classics Hal Haskell and Instructor of Environmental Studies Anwar Sounny-Slitine participated in a seminar/workshop on adapting GIS technology for teaching and research Aug. 8-9, 2016 at Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas. The workshop was funded by a joint grant from the Associated Colleges of the South.
Professor of Art History Thomas Howe has multiple works previously presented at conferences appearing in publication:
“Creating a New Image of Antiquity in the 21st Century: The Archaeological Park at Stabiae near Pompeii,” presented at the conference Actual Problems of Theory and History of Art (Oct. 28 – Nov.1, 2014, St. Petersburg State University and The State Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia), will be published in February in the Acts of the conference.
“Defining an Archaeological Park: The Restoring Ancient Stabiae Foundation Master Plan 2001 and Work Since 2007” was published in 2015 in Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Contemporary Problems of Architecture and Construction.The conference was held Nov. 19-21, 2015 in Florence, Italy.
“Stabiae: A Draught Sustainability Master Plan after the Model of Aerospace,” an invited lecture given in Italian at the conference Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei, XXXIII Giornata dell’Ambiente: Resilienza delle città d’arte ai terremoti/Enhancing the Resilience of Historic Sites to Earthquakes (Nov. 3-4, 2015, The Lincei in Roma, Italy), will be published in September 2016 in the Acts of the conference.