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1 The Second Symposium of Research Students: Research of Visual Art In Memory of the late Robert H. Smith May 11th 2011 The Hebrew University of Jerusalem The Department of the History of Art, The Faculty of Humanities

2 Greetings and Opening Remarks Prof. Reuven Amitai Dean of the Faculty of Humanities Dana Brostowsky Gilboa Initiator and Organizer of the Symposium Prof. Luba Freedman Head of The Department of the History of Art Prof. Rachel Milstein Director of The Robert H. and Clarice Smith Center for Art History

3 Session I: Between Poles: Tradition and Modernity, Physical and Conceptual, Curator and Creator, Corporeal and its Representation Dr. Lola Kantor-Kazovsky Chaired by Dr. Lola Kantor-Kazovsky Ariadne Konstantinou Dionysiac Landscape: The Imagery of the Maenadic Mountain in Greek Art and Literature Sharon Khalifa-Gueta Leonardo da Vinci's Dragons Osnat Zukerman Rechter Osnat Zukerman Rechter: Concept, Action, Curator: On the Change in the Contemporary Art Curator's Role during the Late 60's and the Beginning of the 70's of the 20th Century Yael Lazar When God Looks Us in the Eyes: Darśan Theory in Indian Popular Culture

4 Session II: The Visual Image as an Expression of Identity and Gender Prof. Tamar El Or Chaired by Prof. Tamar El Or Bat-ami Artzi The Two-Dimensional Creator God in the Tradition of the Central Andean Cultures Keren Cohen Gender Performance in Robert Wilson's Play, Shakespeares Sonette (2009) Shir Aloni Yaari Bearded Ladies: Identity and Travesty in the Work of Ana Mendieta, Eleanor Antin and Adrian Piper

5 Session III: New Interpretation of a Known Work Prof. Edwin Seroussi Chaired by Prof. Edwin Seroussi Liat Naeh Liat Naeh: The Road between a 3D Pottery Vessel and a 2D Image: The Visual Origins of the Seven-Cupped Bowl, a Southern Levantine Middle Bronze Age Cult Vessel Sara Benninga Bacchus in the Oeuvre of Peter Paul Rubens Anastasia Glazanova Anastasia Glazanova: Love and Academy: The Judgment of Paris by Jean-Antoine Watteau Sigal Galil Sigal Galil: The Episode "Crows" in Akira Kurosawa's "Dreams" – a Pilgrimage in the Footsteps of the Vincent van Gogh Myth: An Intertextual Reading of Cinema, Art, Religion and Nature

6 Session IV: Visual Language as a Mirror to Man and Society Prof. Anna Belfer-Cohen Chaired by Prof. Anna Belfer-Cohen Dana Shaham 'Reading Natufian Art': A Methodological Case Study Alexander Pozin The Written Word in Russian Fine Art in the Modern Period: The Impact of the Artwork Titles Miki Joelson Old Age as a Message in Jewish Picture Postcards in Eastern Europe - an Interpretation Shem Shemy The Visual Space of Moral Sensitivity

7 Concluding Remarks Dana Brostowsky Gilboa Initiator and Organizer of the Symposium Dr. Rina Talgam Head of The Department of the History of Art

8 " The course of human history is determined not by what happens in the skies, but by what takes place in the hearts of men and women. It is important to know not only how to make a living, but also how to make a life. We make a living by what we get; we make a life by what we give. " Robert H. Smith, 2006

9 We thank everyone for making this event possible


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