Gabriela Larkin, an undergraduate student at George Mason University, will be presenting a paper at the National Council on Undergraduate Research's annual conference at the University of Memphis. Larkin's paper is titled "The Disjunctive Reception of Camilo Egas’s Art in Ecuador and New York City." She wrote the paper for the fall 2016 course "Transatlantic Encounters," taught by Professor Michele Greet, the director of the Art History program. Larkin's abstract was selected in a competitive process from more than 4,000 submissions.
January 24, 2017