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HAA announces Hot Metal Bridge Fellowship for 2021–22

The Department of History of Art and Architecture recruits its fourth Hot Metal Bridge Fellow for the academic year 2021–22.

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Paula Kupfer Receives DAAD Research Grant

HAA grad student Paula Kupfer receives a research grant from the DAAD to conduct archival research at the Ibero-American Institute in summer 2021.

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Jessica Landau to Keynote Tufts Graduate Art History Symposium

Jessica Landau will deliver a keynote presentation at the Tufts University History of Art and Architecture graduate symposium "The Elephant in the Room: An Examination of Animals in Art."

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Jennifer Josten and Colleagues Publish "Displaying Greater Mexico"

The current issue of the peer-reviewed journal Latin American and Latinx Visual Culture includes "Dialogues: Displaying Greater Mexico: Border-Crossing Exhibitions, 1990–2020," guest edited by Jennifer Josten.

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Marina Tyquiengco to Moderate Conversation on Indigenous American Art Criticism

HAA graduate student Marina Tyquiengco will moderate a conversation on Indigenous American art criticism as part of a symposium hosted by First American Art Magazine.

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HAA Students Co-Curate Exhibition at the Westmoreland Museum of American Art

Alex Taylor's Fall 2020 Curatorial Practicum class co-curated "Pattern Makers," a collection-based exhibition now open at the Westmoreland Museum of American Art.

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Christopher Nygren Discusses Art and the Solidarity of the Ages on Podcast

Christopher Nygren shares his experiences with COVID, teaching during a pandemic, and how history gives solace at a time like this.

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Karla Huebner Publishes Book on Czech Surrealist Toyen

Alum Karla Huebner publishes "Magnetic Woman: Toyen and the Surrealist" with the University of Pittsburgh Press (2020).

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Michelle McCoy Speaks to SOAS Postgraduate Students

Michelle McCoy delivers an online lecture on her work for the 2016 exhibition "Cave Temples of Dunhuang: Buddhist Art on China's Silk Road."

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Kirk Savage Publishes Article for PBS American Experience Documentary

Kirk Savage publishes a new article on the Lincoln Memorial to accompany the PBS American Experience documentary, "Voice of Freedom."

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