PhD candidates Zaikina Kondur and Heidenreich selected to present at conferences.

PhD candidate Olga Zaikina Kondur has been selected to represent the Art History department at the Middle Atlantic Symposium, to be held virtually, March 5th and 6th, 2021. Her paper titled “Making Sense(s): Late Soviet Subjectivity in the series of actions Perspectives of Speech Space by the Collective Actions art group (1985)” was presented at the graduate symposium on November 13, 2020.The department’s representative for the 2021 Philadelphia Graduate Symposium on February 26 and March 26, is PhD Candidate Claire Heidenreich.  She presented her paper “Mystery, Lourdes, and La Salette: Marice Denis’ Catholic Mystery and Miraculous Apparitions” at the graduate symposium.