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Tim Fessenden

Tim Fessenden holds a Masters in Translational Science and is a doctoral candidate in Cancer Biology, both at the University of Chicago. His research in the lab of Margaret Gardel uses live microscopy to capture 3D movements and shape changes of cells within model tissues. Together with the lab's findings on the physical basis of cell migration, this project will characterize cell behaviors underlying cancer invasion and metastasis.

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Chloe Hansen

Chloe Hansen is a Ph.D. student in the Communication and Rhetoric Department at the University of Pittsburgh. Her research is focused in rhetorical theory, visual rhetoric, public memory studies, and death and dying.

“Visual Agnotology: Visual Production and Maintenance of Ignorance”

 

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Caroline Pirri

Caroline Pirri is a 2nd year PhD student in the English Department at Rutgers University. Her interests include late-Tudor and early-Stuart court performance, early modern popular media and the phenomenology of vision. Her current project examines the popularity of emblems and impresas in the early decades of Stuart rule and explores the ways in which the revision and dramatization of continental emblem books assisted in the creation of a national mythology.

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"'Which long their longings urged their eyes to see': Emblematic Perspectives in the Early Stuart Masque" by Caroline Pirri

“Which long their longings urged their eyes to see:” Emblematic Perspectives in the Early Stuart Masque

Caroline Pirri

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"Visual Agnotology: Visual Production and Maintenance of Ignorance" by Chloe Hansen

“Visual Agnotology: Visual Production and Maintenance of Ignorance”

Chloe Hansen

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"The Thick Black Line: Image and Objectivity in Roman Ondak's 'Measuring the Universe'" by Catherine Falls

“The Thick Black Line: Image and Objectivity in Roman Ondák's Measuring the Universe

Catherine MacArthur Falls

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"To Trust or Not to Trust: Telescopic (mis)Information on the Early Modern Stage" by Vivian Appler

 “To Trust or Not to Trust: Telescopic (mis)Information on the Early Modern Stage”

Vivian Appler

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Ginger Elliott Smith

Ginger Elliott Smith is a PhD candidate in art history at Boston University, currently researching the ideological and sociological contexts of art and technoscience. Her dissertation, 'Practicing Big Science: Art, Technology, and Institutions in 1960s and 1970s Southern California,' analyzes a group of Southern California artists who responded to, and often directly incorporated, science and technology into their studio and post-studio practices.

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Matthew Allen

Matthew Allen is a PhD candidate at Harvard University whose work investigates cognitive prosthetics in architecture and science. He holds an MArch from Harvard University and previously taught at the University of Toronto.

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Jeff Richmond-Moll

Jeff Richmond-Moll is a doctoral student in Art History at the University of Delaware, studying nineteenth- and early twentieth-century American art. His current research investigates the role of religion in transcultural artistic exchanges, the interplay of religion and American national identity, and the contested nature of sculpture in the Protestant art-making tradition. He graduated in 2010 from Princeton University with an A.B.

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