Program Schedule: The Value of Historical Work

Event Title

Panel II: Perspectives on Visual and Material Culture

Location

Chancellor’s Conference Room

Start Date

31-3-2012 9:00 AM

End Date

31-3-2012 10:30 AM

Description

PANEL II of the 2012 Graduate History Conference features presentations and papers under the topic of "Perspectives on Visual and Material Culture."

Additional information about these presentations:

"Clash of the Ancients: Cartography, Classics, and Imperial Struggle in the Sixteenth Century Atlantic World" Savvas Papadopoulos, graduate student (M.A. History)

"Boston’s Ladies: Gender, Class, and Cultural Heritage in Gilded and Progressive Age Massachusetts" Jeffrey Robinson, alumnus (M.A. History, UMass Boston) and Ph.D. candidate (UMass Amherst, History)

"At the Edge of the Frontier: Ambiguities in Self-Representation and Inconsistencies in the Works of George Catlin" Jenna Reed, graduate student (M.A. American Studies)

Commentator: Dr. Steven Silliman, Associate Professor of Historical Archaeology, University of Massachusetts Boston

 
Mar 31st, 9:00 AM Mar 31st, 10:30 AM

Panel II: Perspectives on Visual and Material Culture

Chancellor’s Conference Room

PANEL II of the 2012 Graduate History Conference features presentations and papers under the topic of "Perspectives on Visual and Material Culture."

Additional information about these presentations:

"Clash of the Ancients: Cartography, Classics, and Imperial Struggle in the Sixteenth Century Atlantic World" Savvas Papadopoulos, graduate student (M.A. History)

"Boston’s Ladies: Gender, Class, and Cultural Heritage in Gilded and Progressive Age Massachusetts" Jeffrey Robinson, alumnus (M.A. History, UMass Boston) and Ph.D. candidate (UMass Amherst, History)

"At the Edge of the Frontier: Ambiguities in Self-Representation and Inconsistencies in the Works of George Catlin" Jenna Reed, graduate student (M.A. American Studies)

Commentator: Dr. Steven Silliman, Associate Professor of Historical Archaeology, University of Massachusetts Boston