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Medieval Monsters: Photos

Profs. Sherry Lindquist and Asa Mittman delivered a riveting series of talks on September 27 and 28. On Thursday, they spoke to Prof. Gertsman's "Medieval Matters" class and led a study day for the International Center of Medieval Art at their exhibition. On Friday, they lectured in the Thwing...

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Congratulations to New Mellon Fellows

Generous funding from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has made possible two one-year Mellon Fellowships. These have been awarded to two doctoral students, Dominique (Nikki) DeLuca and Angelica Verduci. Nikki is slated to defend her dissertation, "Ab umbra ad umbram: Shadows in Late Medieval Secular Manuscripts," in November of this year; she...

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Graduate Art History Association (GAHA)

The Graduate Art History Association (GAHA) was founded in September 2004 at Case Western Reserve University.  The organization holds meetings at least once per month during the academic year. The purpose of these meetings is to inform graduate students of upcoming events and to give them an opportunity to...

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Sherry Lindquist and Asa Simon Mittman,”Medieval Monsters: Far and Near”

Save the date for Sherry Lindquist's and Asa Simon Mittman's "Medieval Monsters: Far and Near"! Friday, September 27, 2019, 5:30 Thwing Center, 2nd Floor Ballroom,  11111 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44106   Reception to follow Medieval artists used visual cues of monstrosity to depict both foreigners and people who did not conform to restrictive social norms,...

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Cleveland Symposium: Visualizing Sound & Silence in Art & Architecture

Visualizing Sound & Silence in Art & Architecture 45th Annual Cleveland Symposium Case Western Reserve University and the Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, Ohio Friday, October 25, 2019 When we examine visual images, we often concentrate solely on the sense of sight. In contrast, art and architecture, whether employing musical, ritual, or acoustic...

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