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Master’s Thesis Peek: Ingres’s Inferno

Ingres’s Inferno: Reading Paolo and Francesca. Jennifer Poggiali My thesis reads Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres’s 1819 Paolo and Francesca against its literary source, canto 5 of Dante’s Inferno, to learn both how the artist interpreted this text and how his own cultural… Continue Reading →

Master’s Thesis Peek: Greek Speakers and Eastern Martyrs

Greek Speakers and Eastern Martyrs: The Greater Contexts of the Theodotus Chapel, Santa Maria Antiqua, Rome (741-752)Joseph Kopta (BFA/MS) This paper examines the broader contexts of the decorative program of the Theodotus Chapel in Santa Maria Antiqua, Rome. Byzantium’s influence… Continue Reading →

9th Annual Master’s Thesis Symposium – Friday, April 9th, 2010

Join the History of Art and Design Department and HASDA as they present the 9th Annual Master’s Student Symposium on Friday, April 9 at 12:00 PM and 2:30 PM in the Alumni Reading Room. Papers will be presented by Tal… Continue Reading →

Master’s Thesis Peek: “The Readymade [after] Marcel Duchamp”

The following abstract is from “The Readymade [after] Marcel Duchamp” by Jeffrey Smith (MS/MFA 2009): Marcel Duchamp has been subjected to an avalanche of literature since the 1980’s as well as being agent provocateur of a panoply of fruitful and… Continue Reading →

Master’s Thesis Peek: “Target Audience: Private Label Food Packaging and the American Middleclass”

The following abstract is from “Target Audience: Private Label Food Packaging and the American Middleclass” by Tal Nadan (MS/MLIS 2009): I was motivated to study the Target Corporation because I found the brand’s market positioning and unusual credibility mystifying.  The… Continue Reading →

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