Date of Submission

Spring 2016

Academic Programs and Concentrations

Art History

Project Advisor 1

Diana DePardo-Minsky

Abstract/Artist's Statement

Homer presents Helen of Troy as a complex, and often contradictory, character who elicits contrasting responses from men versus women. This project explores whether these reactions inform the representation of Helen on vases designed for gendered use.

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On-Campus only

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