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CAA   ART, GOVERNMENT AND THE ARTIST - Georgian Ballroom "B", American Hotel. 

Chairman:   Kenneth Hudson, Washington University.

Speakers:   Francis V. O'Connor, University of Maryland.
[underline]Jackson Pollock and the WPA Federal Art Project - 1935 to 1943[/underline]
Douglas MacAgy.
[underline]Idealogical Aspects of the European Group Movement Today[/underline]
Anthony Jackson, Nova Scotia Technical College.
[underline]Architecture Under a Labour Government: Great Britain 1945-1951[/underline]

2:30 - 5:00
SAH   ITALIAN RENAISSANCE AND BAROQUE ARCHITECTURE - Royal Ballroom, Americana Hotel.

Chairman:   John Coolidge, Harvard University

5:00   Reception for members of Alumni Association of the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University. Institute of Fine Arts, 1 East 78th Street, N. Y. City. 

[underline]THURSDAY EVENING[/underline]

8:00 - 9:45
SAH   CURRENT PRESERVATION PROJECTS OF NATIONAL INTEREST - Columbia University.

Chairman:   William J. Murtagh, National Trust for Historic Preservation.

8:30 - 10:30
CAA   BYZANTINE ART - Georgian Ballroom "A", Americana Hotel.

Chairman:   Ernst Kitzinger, Dumbarton Oaks.

Speakers:   Paul A. Underwood, Dumbarton Oaks.
[underline]A Reinvestigation of the Apse Mosaics of St. Sophia in Istanbul[/underline]
Cecil L. Striker, Vassar College.
[underline]The Problem of the Myrelaion in the Light of New Discoveries[/underline]
Hugo Buchthal, New York University.
[underline]Some Representations from the Life of St. Paul in Byzantine and Carolingian Art[/underline]

CAA   AMERICAN ART - Georgian Ballroom "B", Americana Hotel. 

Chairman:   William I. Homer, Cornell University.

Speakers:   Jules D. Prown, Yale University.
[underline]The Art Historian and the Computer: An Analysis of Copley's Patronage, 1753-1774[/underline]
George Heard Hamilton, Yale University.
[underline]Fact and Symbol in the Iconography of Abraham Lincoln[/underline]
Nicolai Cikovsky, Jr., Pomona College.
[underline]Swedenborg, Post-Impressionism, and the Late Work of George Inness[/underline]
John McCoubrey, University of Pennsylvania.
[underline]Pope and the American Past

FRIDAY, JANUARY 28 - MORNING[/underline]

9:00 - 3:30
Registration, Georgian Ballroom Foyer, Third Floor, Americana Hotel.

9:30 - 11:30
CAA   MEDIEVAL ART - Georgian Ballroom "A", Americana Hotel.

Chairman:   Rober Branner, Columbia University.
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