McNamara Alumni Center
200 Oak St. SE
10:30am: Opening reception with coffee, tea, and pastries
11:00am: Welcome and symposium introduction by Jane Blocker
Session 1: 19th Century11:10am: Introduction of session speakers by Janet Whitmore
Colleen Denney, University of Wyoming, "Les femmes ennuyees: Bored Women in European Culture; Presaging a Call to Action"
Annika Johnson, University of Pittsburgh, “Pipestone and the Confluence of Eastern Dakota and Euro-American Art”
Gabe Weisberg, “Les Bonvins: A Reexamination"
1:00 to 2:30pm: A variety of lunch options are available near McNamara
Session 2: Islam2:30pm: Introduction of session speakers by Jennifer Joffee
Deborah Hutton, The College of New Jersey,"Towards a Global Art History: Three Approaches"
Molly Aitken, City University of New York, "Bound by Desire: Rajput Connoisseurs and the Mughal Album"
Catherine Asher, “Intertwined Cultures: Muslim Kings, Hindu Temples”
Session 3: South Asia4:30pm: Introduction of session speakers by Sugata Ray
Rebecca Brown, Johns Hopkins University, “The Gold, The Gold: The Materiality of Color in The Met's 1985 Costumes of Royal India Exhibition”
Frederick Asher, “India and the World: The Visual Culture of Indian Ocean Trade”
6:00 to 7:30pm: Closing celebration with hors d'oeuvres and hosted beer and wine