Conferences & Lectures - CAA

2011 College Art Association Annual Conference

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Location: New York

Business Meeting
The 2011 Business Meeting at CAA was held on Friday, February 11, 7:30 AM-9:00 AM at the New York Hilton, 2nd Floor, Madison Suite.  Links to the Treasurer’s Report and the Meeting Minutes are available on the Reports & Minutes page.

Sessions
The IAS sponsored three sessions at CAA: a pre-arranged short session and two open-call long sessions.

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Sessions Sponsored by the Italian Art Society

Session Title: Artists’ Biographies from Antiquity to the Present (short session)
Rendezvous Trianon, 3rd Floor, Hilton New York
Friday, February 11, 2011, 12:30-2:00pm
Organizer and Chair: Anne Leader, Savannah College of Art and Design–Atlanta
Speakers/Papers:
Lauren Hackworth Petersen, University of Delaware, “Why Have There Been No Great Roman Artists?”
Robert G. La France, Krannert Art Museum, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, “Dispelling Vasari’s Myths: The Lives of Timoteo Viti and Raphael”
Christopher G. Bennett, University of Southern California, “Arazzi: Alighiero Boetti and Afghanistan”

Session Title: Claiming Authorship: Artists, Patrons, and Strategies of Self-promotion in Medieval and Early Modern Italy I (long session)
Nassau Suite, 2nd Floor, Hilton New York
Friday, February 11, 2011, 9:30am-12:00pm
Organizers and Chairs: Babette Bohn, Texas Christian University/Villa I Tatti, and Sheryl E. Reiss, University of Southern California
Speakers/Papers:
Areli Marina, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, "Queen Theodolinda’s Inheritance: The Visconti as Princes at San Giovanni in Monza"
Robert Glass, Princeton University, "Filarete at the Papal Court: Claiming Authorship and Status on the Doors of St. Peter’s in the Vatican"
Paul H. D. Kaplan, Purchase College, SUNY, "George of Freecastle: Giorgio da Castelfranco’s Self-Promotion as a Martial Painter"
Katherine Isard, Columbia University, "The Editor as Author in the Early Modern Architectural Book"
Mayu Fujikawa, Bucknell University, "Lively Images of Exotic Foreigners: Pope Paul V’s Promotion of His Global Missionary Success at the Palazzo Quirinale, Rome"

Session Title: Claiming Authorship: Artists, Patrons, and Strategies of Self-promotion in Medieval and Early Modern Italy II (long session)
New York Hilton, Concourse A, Concourse Level
Saturday, February 12, 2011, 2:30-5:00pm

Organizers and Chairs: Babette Bohn, Texas Christian University/Villa I Tatti, and Sheryl E. Reiss, University of Southern California
Speakers/Papers:
David Boffa, Rutgers University, "Images within Images: Self-Referentiality and Authorship in the Later Middle Ages"
Lorraine Karafel, Parsons, The New School for Design, "Papal Majesty and Political Propaganda: Image and Meaning in Raphael’s Grotesques of Leo X"
Sally J. Cornelison, University of Kansas, "Competing Identities: Sanctity, Patronage, and Portraiture in Giambologna’s St. Antoninus Chapel"
Meryl Bailey, University of California, Berkeley, "'The Stimulus of Vain Ambition': Individual Self-Promotion and Corporate Patronage in Early Modern Venice"
Frances Gage, Buffalo State College, State University of New York, "Lanfranco and the Rhetoric of Self-Promotion in Early Seicento Italy"


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