Student/Faculty Spotlight: 45th Byzantine Studies Conference Presentations

This weekend UW-Madison hosted the 45th Byzantine Studies Conference and the Art History Department had three PhD students present, along with Professor Thomas Dale. Congratulations to our Byzantine medievalists!


oeÖzlem Eren, PhD Student, presented her paper “Icon Revetments as Iconostases in a Dynamic Sacred Space”



Mateusz Ferens, PhD Candidate, presented his paper “The Post-Byzantine Condition Anachronically Imagined”

Thomas Schweigert, PhD Student, presented his paper “A pictorial, non-canonical gospel harmony at Saint Sergius in Gaza? Visualizing Choricius of Gaza’s Laudatio Marciani”

Thomas Dale, Professor of Medieval Art and Architecture, presented his paper “Representing Race in Medieval Venice”