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Aaron M. Hyman, Johns Hopkins University, is a historian of the art of the Spanish Empire, with a focus on the long seventeenth century in colonial Latin America and the Southern Netherlands. His interests include paradigms of artistic authorship and collaboration, the transmission and circulation of objects, and early modern print culture.

Please join us for an informational session Wednesday, January 23rd, from 4-5, in the Rechler confrence room number 202!

This is a five-week program which begins on Tulane campus and then travels to Israel to study the Arabi-Israeli conflict. The entire program is FREE for the 15 students selected.

Professor Cynthia Hahn teaches medieval art at Hunter College and The Graduate Center, CUNY. She has published on material from the early Christian period to the Gothic, from across Europe to the Eastern Mediterranean.

Thomas J. Sugrue is Professor of Social and Cultural Analysis and History at NYU. A specialist in twentieth-century American politics, urban history, civil rights, and race, Sugrue was educated at Columbia; King's College, Cambridge; and Harvard, where he earned his Ph.D. in 1992. He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, an elected member of the Society of American Historians, and past president of both the Urban History Association and the Social Science History Association.

Two scholars on Israel will debate the Israeli television show, Fauda. Sponsored by the Stacy Mandel-Palagye and Keith Palagye Program in Middle East Peace.

Organized by Brian Horowitz

The School of Liberal Arts' Center for Scholars and the Newcomb Art Department present, "Unraveling Raphael," a lecure by Lisa Pon, Professor of Art History, Meadows School of the Arts, Southern Methodist University, on Monday, December 3rd at 6:00 pm in Stone Auditorium, room 210 Woldenberg Art Center.

This two-day event will showcase the diversity of health science-related research at Tulane, and will feature presentations by students, faculty and staff university-wide. Poster presentations will be displayed for review at the J. Bennett Johnston Building on the downtown campus from 9:00am - 4:00pm Monday and Tuesday March 18-19, and a series of prizes will be awarded by Deans and Center Directors for outstanding presentations. There will also be a number of associated lectures, and we will have information and representatives from research-related offices, cores and departments.

TULANE IDEA SYMPOSIUM The Idea Symposium is an annual event which invites Newcomb-Tulane College undergraduate participants from the full breadth of disciplines housed within Tulane University to showcase the scientific rigor and creative talents they possess. The symposium offers students presentation experience and fosters collaborative relationships with faculty mentors and fellow students. The Idea Symposium features poster presentations, panel discussions, demonstrations, and exhibits. All are welcome to attend!

Please join Tulane School of Liberal Arts Dean Brian Edwards who will speak about his vision for the liberal arts at Tulane.

The Newcomb Art Department presents "Birds in the Hand: Micro-Manuscripts and the Devotional Body," a lecture by Alexa Sand, Professor of Art History and Associate Vice President and Dean for Research and Graduate Studies, Utah State University.