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PRELIMINARY PROGRAM 49th Annual Meeting of the College Art Association of America Inc., and the 14th Annual Meeting of the Society of Architectural Historians Hotel Leamington, Minneapolis, Minnesota THURSDAY, JANUARY 26 - MORNING 8:30 - 3:30 Registration at the Hotel Leamington. Fee for CAA members, $2.00 each. Members and guests should obtain name cards at registration. 9:30 - 11:30 CAA ANCIENT ART - Hotel Leamington Chairman: Lucy T. Shoe, The Institute for Advanced Study. Speakers: Evelyn B. Harrison, Columbia University. The Composition of the Amazonomachy on the Shield of Athena Parthenos. Charles H. Morgan, Amherst College. When were the 'Theseum' Friezes Carved? Richard Stillwell, Princeton University. Some Aspects of Hellenistic Houses Kyle M. Phillips, University of Michigan. Ptolemaic Exploration and the Palestrina Mosaic CAA PROBLEMS OF THE VISITING ARTIST IN A UNIVERSITY COMMUNITY - Hotel Leamington Chairman: Kyle R. Morris, Artist, New York City. Panelists: Bernard Chaet, Yale University. Warren Brandt, Southern Illinois University. Ed Corbet, Visiting ARtist, University of Minnesota. Fourth Panelist To be Announced. SAH THE ARCHITECTURAL INTERIOR. Hotel Leamington. Chairman: Anthony N.B. Garvan, University of Pennsylvania. THURSDAY AFTERNOON 12:00 Annual Meeting of the Alumni Association of the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University, Hotel Leamington. 2:30 - 4:30 CAA RENAISSANCE AND BAROQUE ART, Hotel Leamington. Chairman: Creighton Gilbert, The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art. Speakers: Michael Jaffe, Cambridge and Washington Universities. Some Problems of Rubens' Relations with Van Dyck and Jordaen Martin Soria, Michigan State University. The Haunted Ruin in Italy and Spain (architectural painting 1675-1700)
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