On behalf of our faculty sponsors, Professors Robert Kendrick and Niall Atkinson, it is our pleasure to announce the Western Mediterranean Culture Workshop schedule for the Spring quarter 2014. All meetings will be held in Wieboldt 207 at the time indicated on the schedule.
Friday April 4th at 12:00 in Wieboldt 207–Anatole Upart, Ph D. student in Art History, presents “’Unus sed tricolor’: Zyrowice, SS. Sergio e Bacco and a Belarusian Madonna in Rome.”
Friday May 2nd at 12:00 in Wieboldt 207–Mari Jo Velasco, Ph D. student in Music History, presents her dissertation proposal, “Moving Mountains: Music of Spiritual Renewal in the French Pyrénées, 1780-1830.”
Friday May 9th at 12:00 in Wieboldt 207–Katrina Powers, Ph D. student in Romance Languages, presents her dissertation proposal, “‘El no querer no es culpa’: Biblical and Ovidian Images in Golden Age Spanish Tales of Unrequited Love”
Friday May 16th at 12:00 in Wieboldt 207–Sarah E. Christopher Faggioli, Ph D. candidate in Romance Languages, present the fourth chapter of her dissertation, entitled “Rinaldo Corso’s 1543 Commentary on Vittoria Colonna’s poetry: a Spiritual Canzoniere”
Friday May 30th at 2:00 in Wieboldt 207–Mohammad Ballan, Ph D. candidate in History, presents “Zafadola Amicus Mei”: Vassalage, Friendship and the Construction of Imperial Sovereignty in the Chronica Adefonsi Imperatoris (ca. 1148)
Friday June 6th at 12:00 in Wieboldt 207–Ana Sanchez-Rojo, Ph D. candidate in Music History, presents TBA
We look forward to seeing you at our meetings!
David Reher, Jose Estrada, and Medardo Rosario
Graduate Student Coordinators
Western Mediterranean Culture Workshop
PS: Those requiring assistance to attend these events should contact the Graduate Student Coordinator David Reher at firstname.lastname@example.org.