Panels of Interest at ASEEES 2017

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Art and Architecture: Made by Women (ASEEES 2017 Panel)

"Art and Architecture: Made by Women"

Panel at 49th ASEEES Annual Convention, Chicago Marriott Downtown Magnificent Mile Hotel, November 9-12, 2017
Chair: Anna P. Sokolina, International Archive for Women in Architecture IAWA, Discussant: Margaret Samu, The New School Parsons School of Design

“Ekaterina Dashkova and Anna Jabłonowska, the Eighteenth-Century Proto-Feminists and Collectors: Two Portraits.” Hanna Chuchvaha, University of Alberta (Canada)

“Slavutych: The Role of Female Architects in Planning of the Last Soviet City.” Ievgeniia Gubkina, Center for Urban History of East Central Europe (Ukraine)

“Bridging tte Cold War Divide: Hungarian Women Architects in the UIFA.” Mariann Simon, Department of Urban Planning and Design, Szent Istvan University

Collections of Russian Decorative Art: Defining Taste in America (ASEEES 2017 Panel)

"Collections of Russian Decorative Art: Defining Taste in America" 
Discussant: Wendy Salmond, Chapman University
Chair: Nicola Kozicharow, University of Cambridge

"Sailing from Russia: Interactions Between Imperial Russia and Antebellum America" 
Kyle Stoneman, The University of Cambridge/Middle Tennessee State University 

"Marjorie Post, Collector of Fabergé"
Wilfried Zeisler, Hillwood Estate, Museum and Gardens

"The Vogue for Fabergé: Lillian Thomas Pratt’s Collection of Russian Decorative Art"
Nicola Kozicharow, University of Cambridge

Garden, Canvas, Postcard: Revisiting Russian Visual Culture in the Long Nineteenth Century (ASEEES 2017 Panel)

Hello! We have a panel that will be of interest to SHERA members. 

Thank you, Viktoria

Garden, Canvas, Postcard: Revisiting Russian Visual Culture in the Long Nineteenth Century


Between Arcadia and Arcade: The Aesthetics of Moscow Amusement Garden Circa 1900

Oksana Chefranova

Yale University


High Art or Entertainment? Arkhip Kuindzhi’s Night on the Dnepr

Viktoria Paranyuk

Yale University


Postcards from Imperial Russia: Space, Souvenir, Staging, and Serendipity

Julie Buckler

Harvard University

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