The 2005 ESA Annual Meeting and Exhibition
December 15-18, 2005
Ft. Lauderdale, FL

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Sunday, December 18, 2005: 8:00 AM-12:00 PM

Floridian Ballroom B-C-D (Convention Center, Third Floor)

Symposium: The Good, The Bad, and the Lovely - Insects in Culture and Art

Organizer(s): Faith B. Kuehn,
Gene R. Kritsky,
Ronald Cherry,
8:00 AMIntroductory Remarks
8:05 AM1087EcoArt: Bug-eyed art, culture, and insects
Patricia Watts,
8:15 AM1081Terrible beauty
Jennifer Angus,
8:29 AM1082Wood and spit with bees knees
James Greenwell,
8:43 AM1083Insects in rock & roll cover art: New trends
Joseph Coelho,
8:57 AM1084Bipedal bugs: Representations of insects in animated films
Richard Leskosky,
9:11 AM1085Changing perspectives on insects in the 18th and 19th centuries as illustrated through advertising trade cards
Leon G. Higley,
9:25 AM1086The insect women
Faith B. Kuehn,
9:39 AM1080Experimental art: Esthetics uncovered in the science of entomology  [ Recorded presentation ]
Barrett Anthony Klein,
9:53 AMBreak
10:10 AM1088Sigmund Freud explains why people hate flies  [ Recorded presentation ]
Ronald Cherry,
10:24 AM1089Insects in Hopi and Navajo myth and ritual  [ Recorded presentation ]
Carol A. Anelli,
10:38 AM1090Insects in the Great War: Pests and propaganda
Douglas Fleury,
10:52 AM1091A lousy look at Civil War soldiering: 1861-1865
Gary L. Miller,
11:16 AM1092Skep hive symbolism  [ Recorded presentation ]
Gene R. Kritsky,
11:30 AM1094Insects in sex (and love)
James N. Hogue,
11:44 AM1093Insect cuisine
Florence V. Dunkel,
11:58 AMConcluding Remarks

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