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February 2014



Tyler Ph.D. candidates present research

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In preparation for their upcoming research presentations, Tyler students Laura Igoe, Heather Castro and Amy Gillette will present their research in front of the Temple community this Wednesday, Feb. 5.

Igoe, Castro and Gillette, all Art History Ph.D. candidates, are scheduled to give presentations of their research at upcoming conferences across the country, but will give special readings of their papers beginning at 4 p.m. in room B-081 of the Tyler School of Art.

Castro, who will be presenting at the 2014 Far West Popular Culture Association Conference in Las Vegas, NV from Feb. 21-23, will give her discussion entitled “28 Hours Later: Influences of Hoof and Mouth Disease in 28 Days Later.”

Both Gillette, whose paper focuses on the depiction of musical angels in Monastic art, and Igoe, who will discuss her paper on Benjamin Latrobe’s Philadelphia Waterworks, will be speaking at the College Art Association’s Annual Conference in Chicago from Feb. 12-15.

The speeches on Main Campus taking place on Feb. 5 are free and open to the public.