Welcome to the information page about the Annual Art History Student Symposium (AAHSS) held in the spring semester at ECU. The AAHSS is an opportunity for the communication and collaboration among students who are majoring in art history, art education, art, design, and other relevant professional and humanities disciplines. Because students publicly present their work and participate in academic discussion, the AAHSS is an additional opportunity for students’ personal and professional growth.
Welcome to the Annual Art History Student Symposium (AAHSS) at East Carolina University. You are invited to learn about student research in art history, ask questions and join the discussion. We welcome back all students, faculty and friends who joined us last year and invite new participants.
If you have a work on any art historical topic, including your research paper that was submitted in previous years as an assignment in an art history course, and which you would like to present at the Symposium, please get in touch with any professor of art history at the SoAD (e-mail contacts are provided below). For the initial submission of your proposal we would need:
1) Your name, major, academic rank (e.g. junior, graduate student), your e-mail or the best way to contact you. 2) Basic information about your research (title of your paper and a short summary – abstract/thesis; approx. one page or 300 words, typed). 3) Day and time when you can present, in case your submission got accepted (please note that all presentations are 15-20 minute long or ~ 3000 words, typed; you may prepare PowerPoint presentation if you wish).
Looking forward to being together at the Third Annual Art History Student Symposium at ECU!
For the poster and program of the First AAHSS of the event please click here.
For the students’ abstracts from the First
AAHSS please click here.
For the program from the Second AAHSS please click here.
For the students’ abstracts from the Second AAHSS please click here.
For the submission of proposals and more information about the symposium please feel free to contact any professor of art history at the SoAD: