James R. Jewitt Publishes Article in the Journal of the History of Collections
James R. Jewitt (PhD 2014) published an article entitled, "Titian and Textile: Rediscovering the Loredan Collection Between Venice and Brescia" in the Journal of the History of Collections in November 2022.
Adriana Miramontes Olivas Interviewed by Oregon Humanities Center
Adriana Miramontes Olivas (PhD 2022), Curator of Academic Programs and Latin American & Caribbean Art is Interviewed by the Oregon Humanities Center.
Paulina Pardo Gaviria Receives National Endowment for the Humanities Award
Pardo Gaviria (PhD 2020) received a National Endowment for the Humanities Award for Faculty to conduct curatorial research for her exhibition Latin American Women in Art and Science during summer 2023.
Kylie Seltzer Awarded Postdoctoral Fellowship for Civic Engagement
University of North Carolina Chapel Hill has awarded Kylie Seltzer (Ph.D. 2020) the Zietlow Postdoctoral Fellowship for Civic Engagement, sponsored by UNC-Chapel Hill and Carolina Public Humanities.
Saskia Beranek Presents at Museum Het Prinsenhof, Netherlands
Saskia Beranek was invited to speak on her research at the first-ever exhibition devoted to Dutch patron, Amalia van Solms.
Andrea Maxwell Wins Award and Presents at Renaissance Society of America
Andrea Maxwell wins registration award and presents her paper, “Lorenzo Lotto and the (Im)Permissibility of Divine Images” at the Renaissance Society of America Conference.
Dr. Christina Albu Presents at New Media Caucus Symposium
Dr. Christina Albu presented her paper “Reframing Narratives of Trauma: Empowering Acts of Knowledge Production in Ellen Pearlman's Brain Operas” at the New Media Caucus Symposium.
"Manuscript Studies" journal publishes article by Sarah Bromberg
Robert Bailey Speaks at University of Colorado Boulder
Robert Bailey (PhD 2012) presented an artist talk regarding his collaborative installation with photographer Todd Stewart titled In Progress.
Smarthistory publishes Saskia Beranek article on Rembrandt