Undergraduate major in art history, presented"Time and Cultural Memory in the Architectural Sculpture of Ely Cathedral" in a poster session at Time and Memory, the Twelfth Triennial Conference of the International Society for the Study of Time, held at Clare College, Cambridge, England, July 25-31, 2004.
Undergraduate major in art history, presented a paper "Redefining Benjamin Franklin: Benjamin West and the Legendary Kite Experiment" at the Art History Term Paper Undergraduate Symposium at Portland State University, Portland, Oregon, May 1, 2004.
Ph.D. candidate in art history, presented a paper, "Eucharistic Piety in Utrecht and the Archdiocese of Cologne: Examining a Lunula from Utrecht's Oud Munster," at the Medieval Studies conference in Kalamazoo, Michigan, May 5-9, 2004.
M.A. candidate in art history, presented the paper "Frescoes Fit for a Duke: Pietro da Cortona and the Heretical Model of the Universe at the Palazzo Pitti," at the Middle Atlantic Symposium in the History of Art, National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., April 2-3, 2004.
Ph.D. candidate in art history, received a Graduate Alumni Association Dissertation Award, 2004. Her dissertation is on "A Socio-Historical Critique of Robert Rauschenberg's Electronic Works of the Sixties" and her advisor is Dr. Sarah K. Rich.
Jessica Boehman ('02 M.A.) has been selected as the 2004 recepient of the Northeastern Association of Graduate Schools' Master's Thesis Award in Arts and Humanities. Her thesis is entitled "Between Florence and Rome, 1630: Finelli's Portrait of Michelangelo il Giovane Dell'Api." Dr. Brian A. Curran was the advisor for her thesis and Dr. Charlotte Houghton was the second reader. After completing her M.A. in art history at Penn State in 2002, Jessica became a doctoral student at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia.
Ph.D. candidate in art history presented the paper "A Fresh Look at Salomé in Nineteenth-Century France: Engendering Rivalry and Artistic Exchange in France and Beyond" at the 30th Annual Nineteenth-Century French Studies Colloquium: French Legacies, held at Washington University, St. Louis, October 27-29, 2004. Ph.D. candidate in art history presented the paper "Egypt and Hieroglyphic Culture at Fountainebleau: Francis I as Pharoah" at the Sixteenth-Century Studies Conference, Toronto, Canada, October 29-31, 2004. Ph.D. candidate in art history, presented the paper "Painting as a Masculine Endeavour: The Politics of Gender and the Arts of the 18th Century," at the conference Masculinity, Patriarchy, & Power, University of Southampton, England, April 5-7, 2004
Ph.D. candidate in art history, presented the paper "Robert Rauschenberg's Soundings: Lights, Chairs, Action" at the Philadelphia Symposium on the History of Art, Philadelphia Museum of Art, March 26-27, 2004. Her faculty sponsor is Dr. Sarah K. Rich.
Ph.D. candidate in art history, presented the paper "Rethinking Abstract Expressionism: The Pastoral Vision of the New York School" at the conference Context and Meaning, Third Annual Graduate Symposium in the History of Art, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, January 29-February 1, 2004.
Ph.D. candidate in art history, presented a paper, "The Tivoli Centaurs and Echoes of Antinuos," at the Second Annual Graduate Student Symposium at the University of Florida at Gainesville, February 7, 2004.