Sara Sumpter Wins Chino Kaori Memorial Essay Prize
HAA graduate student Sara Sumpter is the 2012 Chino Kaori Memorial Essay Prize for her paper "Visualizing the Invisible: Supernatural Sight and Power in Early-Medieval Japanese Handscrolls"
Alumni Bio: Huang Tsuimei
Huang Tsuimei's accomplished career involves not only research and publications but also the development of Graduate Institute of Art History and Art Criticism at Tainan National University of the Arts. Read more of her story here.
Alumni Bio: Frances Connelly
Frances Connelly is a tenured professor at the the University of Missouri in Kansas City. She has served as department chair, and authored the Global Arts Initiative which brought funding and an endowed professorship to the art history program. Read more on Frances' accomplishments here.
Alumni Bio: Therese Martin
Therese Martin received her PhD in 2000 under the direction of John Williams with a dissertation on the topic of San Isidoro in León. She has been a tenured scholar since 2009 at Spain’s premier research institution, the Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas. Read more on Therese's story here.
Almuni Bio: Janet Marstine
Janet Marstine's study of American art at Pitt eventually led to an accomplished career in museum studies. Read more on Janet's journey.
Graduate Student Izabel Galliera Curates Exhibition
HAA PhD candidate Izabel Galliera curated an exhibition featuring several video and installation works by the Romanian artist Matei Bejenaru.
Undergraduate Research Summer 2012
It was another vibrant summer for independent research among our undergraduate majors!
Second Issue of Contemporaneity Published
Contemporaneity: Historical Presence in Visual Culture, the journal edited by the department's graduate students, has just published its second issue.
Haskins and Faculty Commendation Awards
Congratulations to this year's outstanding seniors!