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Smail is attempting to assess the broad-based and potentially severe ramifications of a dramatic decline in the world's fossil-fuel energy supply--e. The show opened July 27 and runs through October The volume will include her own essay, "King and Cleric: The Iconography of St.
Thomas Becket and St. Melissa Dabakis, the inaugural director of the Kenyon in Rome and Florence program, wrote from Rome: Thirteen students and three Kenyon professors spent three months in Rome and one month in Florence.
The students studied art from antiquity to modernity in sites such as the Roman Forum, St. Peter's Basilica, and the Piazza Navona in Rome. In Florence, Renaissance art and architecture filled our days.
Check the 'Kenyon in Rome and Florence' Web site for pictorial documentation of the program. Women Sculptors and the Eternal City, He was invited to participate in Eighteenth-Century Archaeology: His three papers on the plaster casts of the bodies of Pompeian victims made in the latter part of the nineteenth century are all nearing publication, one in an electronic journal, Interpreting Ceramics http: Monica Fullerton, who replaced professor Blick during her sabbatical, has returned to her duties in Columbus.
In July she gave a lecture titled "Atlantis: She has been busy working out the details for the next season of the Kenyon in Rome and Florence program, which she will direct in spring Students for the program will begin the application process during the present fall semester.
This summer Van Ausdall, along with two co-authors, continued work on a book focusing on eucharistic art. In addition, her essay, "Verrocchio at the Crossroads," will be published in a festschrift on Italian Renaissance sculpture in honor of Dario A.
Dan Younger, teaching in the Kenyon in Rome and Florence program, and visiting artist at the American Academy in Rome, held an "open studio," presenting his work on photographic documentation of the touristic experience in Rome.
Yan Zhou, who completed his doctorate at the Ohio State University, visited China this summer and lectured in several cities on contemporary Chinese art in the context of globalization and postcolonialism.
His essay "Chinese Brand and Chinese Method: On the Exhibition 'The Wall: Reshaping Contemporary Chinese Art'" has been published in the spring issue of Yishu: Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art. Biology Siobhan Fennessy was invited to give a talk at a forum in Washington, D.
The goal of the meeting was to generate comments for the Army Corps of Engineers on the proposed new rules for wetland protection and mitigation.
Organizers asked Fennessy to talk about her research on the performance of wetland mitigation projects work done with the help of Abby Rokosch '02 and Amanda Nahlik ' Hicks received a sabbatical grant from the United States Department of Agriculture to help support her time there.
Brodie also did a presentation titled "The Visual System and Dance: This summer, she taught the Labanotation Teacher Certification course at Ohio State University, as well as teaching dance for the Kenyon Academic Partnership program and doing core conditioning and flexibility training with the elite swim camp at Kenyon.
In July, she performed a solo choreographed by Kora Radella in Cleveland. The piece, which is also accessible on the Web at http: Economics Each spring the Environmental Protection Agency auctions off a set number of permits allowing the bearer to emit one ton of sulfur dioxide pollution into the atmosphere.
Because they will never use the permit, one less ton of sulfur dioxide gas will be generated. A Teaching Initiative Grant helped pay for the permit. English An essay by Jennifer Clarvoe, "'The silences themselves are telling': You can also find her interview with poet Mark Strand as a podcast on the Kenyon Review's Web site, at www.During the twelfth century the pilgrimage phenomenon became widespread.
People went on long pilgrimages to visit and worship at sites of religious signifcance. In , the discipline of art history became involved, with the first doctoral dissertation in art history written on pilgrims' badges by Sarah Blick.3 More recently, a anthology published in entitled Beyond Pilgrim Souvenirs and Secular Badges: Essays in honour of Brian Spencer brought together work by museum professionals, geographers.
() ‘Crossing the Pilgrimage Landscape: Some Thoughts on a Holy Rood Reliquary from the River Tay at Carpow, Perth & Kinross, Scotland’, in Blick, S (ed.) Beyond Pilgrim Souvenirs and Secular Badges Essays in Honour of Brian Spencer, Oxford: Oxbow, Sarah Blick is the author of Art and Architecture of Late Medieval Pilgrimage in Northern Europe and the British Isles ( avg rating, 3 ratings, 0 rev Sarah Blick is the author of Art and Architecture of Late Medieval Pilgrimage in Northern Europe and the British Isles ( avg rating, 3 ratings, 0 rev /5(4).
Beyond Pilgrim Souvenirs And Secular Badges: Essays in Honour of Brian Spencer: 9: 2: " Comparing Pilgrim Souvenirs and Trinity Chapel Windows at Canterbury Cathedral: An Exploration of Context, Copying, and the Recovery of Lost Stained Glass" in .
‘Imaging Sant Magí: Souvenirs of a Catalan pilgrimage’, in S. Blick (ed.), Beyond Pilgrim Souvenirs and Secular Badges: Essays in Honour of Brian Spencer (Oxford, Oxbow Books, ), pp.