Session Title

In Honor of Annemarie Weyl Carr II: Visualizations of Mary, East and West

Sponsoring Organization(s)

Medieval Foremothers Society

Organizer Name

Rachel Dressler

Organizer Affiliation

Univ. at Albany

Presider Name

Pamela A. Patton

Presider Affiliation

Southern Methodist Univ.

Paper Title 1

The Early Cult and Images of the Virgin Mary

Presenter 1 Name

Diliana Angelova

Presenter 1 Affiliation

Univ. of California-Berkeley

Paper Title 2

The Virgin and Child in an Angevin Sea: Iconography Forged "in the Crucible of the Crusades"

Presenter 2 Name

Rebecca W. Corrie

Presenter 2 Affiliation

Bates College

Paper Title 3

Bilateral Icons, East or West? The Case of a Bilateral Icon with the Mother of God at Veroia

Presenter 3 Name

James Rodriguez

Presenter 3 Affiliation

Yale Univ.

Paper Title 4

Reading Women Reading Mary

Presenter 4 Name

Catherine Keene

Presenter 4 Affiliation

Southern Methodist Univ.

Start Date

14-5-2015 3:30 PM

Session Location

Schneider 1360

Description

The Medieval Foremothers Society is pleased to announce that we will be honoring art historian Annemarie Weyl Carr at the 2015 Kalamazoo in two sessions: In Honor of Annemarie Weyl Carr I: Women as Artists and Patrons and In Honor of Annemarie Weyl Carr II: Visualizations of Mary, East and West. Professor Carr well deserves to be honored as a medieval Foremother for her research on women in Byzantium, her teaching on medieval women artists, patrons, and religious, and her mentoring of numerous successful women medieval art historians. In addition, she has played a strong leadership role in the discipline of medieval art history. The second session points to Prof. Carr's most recent interest in Byzantine icons of the Virgin Mary, but by stressing East and West, opens the inquiry up to a more pan European perspective.

Rachel Dressler

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May 14th, 3:30 PM

In Honor of Annemarie Weyl Carr II: Visualizations of Mary, East and West

Schneider 1360

The Medieval Foremothers Society is pleased to announce that we will be honoring art historian Annemarie Weyl Carr at the 2015 Kalamazoo in two sessions: In Honor of Annemarie Weyl Carr I: Women as Artists and Patrons and In Honor of Annemarie Weyl Carr II: Visualizations of Mary, East and West. Professor Carr well deserves to be honored as a medieval Foremother for her research on women in Byzantium, her teaching on medieval women artists, patrons, and religious, and her mentoring of numerous successful women medieval art historians. In addition, she has played a strong leadership role in the discipline of medieval art history. The second session points to Prof. Carr's most recent interest in Byzantine icons of the Virgin Mary, but by stressing East and West, opens the inquiry up to a more pan European perspective.

Rachel Dressler