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Full-Text Articles in Other History of Art, Architecture, and Archaeology

Odd Man Out: Two Self-Portraits Of Henri De Toulouse-Lautrec, Ava Pandiani Nov 2010

Odd Man Out: Two Self-Portraits Of Henri De Toulouse-Lautrec, Ava Pandiani

Art & Art History Student Papers

No abstract provided.


Indian Head Rock Back In Kentucky After 3-Year Fight With Ohio, Stephanie Dearing Nov 2010

Indian Head Rock Back In Kentucky After 3-Year Fight With Ohio, Stephanie Dearing

Indian Head Rock Project

Article on the return of Indian Head Rock to Kentucky from November 10, 2010.


Leave No Stone Uncovered, Kenneth Hart Nov 2010

Leave No Stone Uncovered, Kenneth Hart

Indian Head Rock Project

An article in the Ashland Daily Independent on the return of the Indian Head Rock to Kentucky from November 4, 2010.


Update: Indian Head Rock Returned To Kentucky, Wsaz (Tv) Nov 2010

Update: Indian Head Rock Returned To Kentucky, Wsaz (Tv)

Indian Head Rock Project

A series of articles by WSAZ television on the removal and return of the Indian Head Rock.


Autonomous Underwater Vehicles As Tools For Deep-Submergence Archaeology, Christopher N. Roman, Ian Roderick Mather Nov 2010

Autonomous Underwater Vehicles As Tools For Deep-Submergence Archaeology, Christopher N. Roman, Ian Roderick Mather

Graduate School of Oceanography Faculty Publications

Marine archaeology beyond the capabilities of scuba divers is a technologically enabled field. The tool suite includes ship-based systems such as towed side-scan sonars and remotely operated vehicles, and more recently free-swimming autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs). Each of these platforms has various imaging and mapping capabilities appropriate for specific scales and tasks. Broadly speaking, AUVs are becoming effective tools for locating, identifying, and surveying archaeological sites. This paper discusses the role of AUVs in this suite of tools, outlines some specific design criteria necessary to maximize their utility in the field, and presents directions for future developments. Results are presented ...


The Cypress Trees In "The Starry Night": A Symbolic Self-Portrait Of Vincent Van Gogh, Jessica Caldarone Oct 2010

The Cypress Trees In "The Starry Night": A Symbolic Self-Portrait Of Vincent Van Gogh, Jessica Caldarone

Art & Art History Student Papers

No abstract provided.


Paradigmatic Portraits From Weimar Germany: Martha Dix, Sylvia Von Harden, And Anita Berber According To Otto Dix, Althea Ruoppo Oct 2010

Paradigmatic Portraits From Weimar Germany: Martha Dix, Sylvia Von Harden, And Anita Berber According To Otto Dix, Althea Ruoppo

Art & Art History Student Papers

No abstract provided.


With Lovers As Her Muse: How Men Influenced The Designs Of Coco Chanel, Sara Spirito Oct 2010

With Lovers As Her Muse: How Men Influenced The Designs Of Coco Chanel, Sara Spirito

Art & Art History Student Papers

No abstract provided.


Henri Mattise's "The Red Studio": Art As Real/The World As Illusion, Alyssa Johnson Oct 2010

Henri Mattise's "The Red Studio": Art As Real/The World As Illusion, Alyssa Johnson

Art & Art History Student Papers

No abstract provided.


“Where Do We Come From? What Are We? Where Are We Going?”: Freud And The Unconscious Of Paul Gauguin, Lauren Cavalli Oct 2010

“Where Do We Come From? What Are We? Where Are We Going?”: Freud And The Unconscious Of Paul Gauguin, Lauren Cavalli

Art & Art History Student Papers

No abstract provided.


Is Reconciliation Possible? Non-Western Objects At The Menil Collection And The Quai Branly Museum, Katharine Conley Oct 2010

Is Reconciliation Possible? Non-Western Objects At The Menil Collection And The Quai Branly Museum, Katharine Conley

Arts & Sciences Articles

No abstract provided.


Modeling The Mechanics Of Temple Production In The Middle Kingdom: An Investigation Of The Shena Of Divine Offerings Adjacent To The Mortuary Temple Of Senwosret Iii At Abydos, Egypt, Vanessa E. Smith Aug 2010

Modeling The Mechanics Of Temple Production In The Middle Kingdom: An Investigation Of The Shena Of Divine Offerings Adjacent To The Mortuary Temple Of Senwosret Iii At Abydos, Egypt, Vanessa E. Smith

Publicly Accessible Penn Dissertations

During the Middle Kingdom, the term Sna or shena, was used by the ancient Egyptians to denote a food production area, primarily of bread and beer, which was attached to religious institutions. As a production area, the shena represented a place of pivotal importance in the economic structure of the Egyptian temple as a producer of divine offerings, wages and pensions for temple personnel, and as a taxpayer to the Egyptian state. In theory, every temple would have had a shena to provide for its cultic and economic needs. Although there are thousands of temples identified archaeologically from ancient Egypt ...


Settlement Reached In 'Rock War', Kenneth Hart Jul 2010

Settlement Reached In 'Rock War', Kenneth Hart

Indian Head Rock Project

An article published in the Ashland Daily independent on the final settlement and return of Indian Head Rock to Kentucky from July 9, 2010.


Legal Battle Over Ownership Of River Rock Officially Ends, Lexington Herald-Leader Jul 2010

Legal Battle Over Ownership Of River Rock Officially Ends, Lexington Herald-Leader

Indian Head Rock Project

An article published in the Lexington Herald Leader from July 9, 2010 on the end of the legal battle over Indian Head Rock.


Troup Factory: Archaeological Investigations Of A Nineteenth Century Mill Site In Lagrange, Georgia., Lindsey R. Moates, Greg J. Hansen, Patrick Severts, Terry G. Powis Jul 2010

Troup Factory: Archaeological Investigations Of A Nineteenth Century Mill Site In Lagrange, Georgia., Lindsey R. Moates, Greg J. Hansen, Patrick Severts, Terry G. Powis

Faculty Publications

Troup Factory, the first cotton mill in Troup County, and the second such plant in Georgia, was established in 1846 on Flat Shoal's Creek. The mill was in operation throughout the latter half of the 19th century before being relocated to the city of LaGrange. Troup Factory sheetings and homespun were standards of excellence across a widespread area of Georgia. The purpose of this paper is to document the history of the mill site through archival research and archaeological survey. Through these means a better understanding of a once prestigious mill site was obtained in order to illuminate an ...


Diggin' Uncle Ben And Aunt Jemima: Battling Myth Through Archaeology, Kelley Deetz Jun 2010

Diggin' Uncle Ben And Aunt Jemima: Battling Myth Through Archaeology, Kelley Deetz

African Diaspora Archaeology Newsletter

No abstract provided.


Effect Of Fire On Phytolith Coloration, Jeffrey Parr May 2010

Effect Of Fire On Phytolith Coloration, Jeffrey Parr

Jeffrey Parr

Dark-colored phytoliths are often found preserved in paleosols and archaeological sediments. Some practitioners believe these darkened phytoliths provide evidence of fire histories, while others suggest alternative reasons for their occurrence. This study examines the effect of fire on phytolith appearance and discusses the extent to which color may be used as proxy evidence for fire. The results of this study demonstrate that under oxidative conditions of openair fire, the color of phytoliths can be altered, although dark-colored phytoliths also occur naturally in some unburned plant species. Despite some overlap observed between burned and unburned color in phytoliths, clear differences are ...


Federal Judge Sets June 28 For Final Disposition Of Case Involving Indian Head Rock, G. Sam Piatt May 2010

Federal Judge Sets June 28 For Final Disposition Of Case Involving Indian Head Rock, G. Sam Piatt

Indian Head Rock Project

An article in the Portsmouth Daily Times on the federal case involving Indian Head Rock from May 13, 2010.


Reader Offers A Poem About Indian Head Rock, Esther M. Vasser May 2010

Reader Offers A Poem About Indian Head Rock, Esther M. Vasser

Indian Head Rock Project

A poem published in the Portsmouth Daily Times on the Indian Head Rock from May 11, 2010.


Kentucky To Display Indian Head Rock, G. Sam Piatt May 2010

Kentucky To Display Indian Head Rock, G. Sam Piatt

Indian Head Rock Project

An article in the Portsmouth Daily Times on the Indian Head Rock from May 1, 2010.


Backwards Romanticism Or A Glimpse Of The Future? The Visual Language Of Reactionary Modernism In National Socialist Landscape Painting, Jennifer A. Gramer May 2010

Backwards Romanticism Or A Glimpse Of The Future? The Visual Language Of Reactionary Modernism In National Socialist Landscape Painting, Jennifer A. Gramer

Syracuse University Honors Program Capstone Projects

In 1935, two years prior to the opening of the House of German Art in Munich, Adolf Hitler declared the following during a speech to the German people in Nuremberg:

“Art, precisely because it is the most direct and faithful emanation of the Volksgeist, constitutes the force that unconsciously models the mass of the people in the most active fashion, on condition that this art is a sincere reflection of the soul and temperament of a race and is not a deformation of it.”

Numerous scholars have noted the importance and necessity of art in the creation and molding of ...


The Intercultural Ancients: A Mock Exhibit Exploring The Cross-Cultural Influences In The Representation Of Women In Ancient South Asian And Ancient Mediterranean Art, Roshni Bhambhwani May 2010

The Intercultural Ancients: A Mock Exhibit Exploring The Cross-Cultural Influences In The Representation Of Women In Ancient South Asian And Ancient Mediterranean Art, Roshni Bhambhwani

Syracuse University Honors Program Capstone Projects

This project is a mock-exhibit which explores the existence the crosscultural diffusion between the early people of the Mediterranean (from the Balkan Peninsula to the Syrian coast) and South Asia (from Afghanistan to Bhutan). The components of the project are an exhibition catalog and 3D exhibition design. Although there is substantial evidence of ancient contacts between the Aegean (Balkan Peninsula, Crete, Cyclades) and the Near East (Syria, South Turkey, Eastern Iraq, Western Iran) and South Asia and the Near East, there is little scholarship in the evidence-scarce topic of communication between the Aegean and South Asia. This exhibit broaches this ...


Thomas' Visit Indian Head Rock, Portsmouth Daily Times Apr 2010

Thomas' Visit Indian Head Rock, Portsmouth Daily Times

Indian Head Rock Project

A brief article published in the Portsmouth Daily Times on the visit by relatives of J. W. Bannon to Indian Head Rock on April 30, 2010.


Indian Head Rock Case Reaching An End, Frank Lewis Apr 2010

Indian Head Rock Case Reaching An End, Frank Lewis

Indian Head Rock Project

An article published in the Portsmouth Daily Times on the conclusion of the criminal case against Steve Shaffer regarding the Indian Head Rock from April 30, 2010.


A New Home For The Rock?, Benita Heath Apr 2010

A New Home For The Rock?, Benita Heath

Indian Head Rock Project

Article published in the Ironton Tribune on the return of the Indian Head Rock to Kentucky from April 25, 2010.


Indian Rock Like No Other - Could It Be A Meterorite?, David J. Glockner Mar 2010

Indian Rock Like No Other - Could It Be A Meterorite?, David J. Glockner

Indian Head Rock Project

An editorial on the Indian Head Rock published in the Portsmouth Daily Times on March 27, 2010.


Indian Rock Should Be Displayed For Everyone To Enjoy, David J. Glockner Mar 2010

Indian Rock Should Be Displayed For Everyone To Enjoy, David J. Glockner

Indian Head Rock Project

Editorial published in March 13, 2010 on the Portsmouth Daily Journal on the Indian Head Rock.


Ann Poochareon Interview, Christina Yang Feb 2010

Ann Poochareon Interview, Christina Yang

Asian American Art Oral History Project

2010 interview with new media artist Ann Poochareon by Christina Yang


Lani Montreal Interview, Thi Navi Thach Feb 2010

Lani Montreal Interview, Thi Navi Thach

Asian American Art Oral History Project

2010 interview with Filipina teacher, writer, performer Lani T. Montreal by Thi Navi Thach


Tatsu Aoki Interview, Brian Callahan Feb 2010

Tatsu Aoki Interview, Brian Callahan

Asian American Art Oral History Project

2010 interview with musician Tatsu Aoki