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SECAC at CAA 2020: Call for Session Proposals

Chicago, February 12 - 15, 2020
DEADLINE: April 23, 11:59 p.m. EDT

As an affiliated society of CAA, SECAC sponsors a session at the CAA Annual Conference. We are seeking proposals for a 90-minute session on a topic relevant across the SECAC membership (including art history, studio art, or a combination). Please submit a title and short (200 words or less) description of the session, along with the proposer's abbreviated CV and a brief statement of experience with the topic proposed to admin@secacart.org by April 23, 2019.

Requirements of session chair, co-chair (optional), and presenters:
· SECAC membership at time of presentation
· Members of CAA by January1, 2020
· CAA conference registration

To propose a session topic:
· 200 word limit
· Topic should be cross-disciplinary
· Send proposals, brief statement of expertise, and short CV in one pdf to: admin@secacart.org


 SECAC at CAA 2019 Session

Below the Mason-Dixon Line: Artists and Historians Considering the South

Friday, February 15, 2019, 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
New York Hilton Midtown - Rendezvous Trianon

Session Chair:
Rachel E. Stephens, University of Alabama

Presentations:
Between Two Worlds: Portrait of William McIntosh, Southern Slave Owner and Lower Creek Chief
Naomi Hood Slipp, Auburn University at Montgomery

Where You Come From is Gone: Reinhabiting the Ruins of the Native South
Catherine J Wilkins, University of South Florida & Jared Ragland, University of Alabama at Birmingham

Louisiana Trail Riders
Jeremiah A Ariaz, Louisiana State University

Menace and Glory: An Artist Comes to Grips with the South’s Checkered Past
Kristin M. Casaletto, Augusta University

Nostos Algos: A Collaboration about Return
Nell Gottlieb, Artist

Program Link: https://caa.confex.com/caa/2019/meetingapp.cgi/Session/2255

SECAC at CAA 2019 Business Meeting
Saturday, February 16, 2019, 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
New York Hilton Midtown - Bryant Suite

SECAC Representative to CAA:
Jason Guynes, University of Alabama