Claire Ptaschinksi Awarded Early Modern Worlds Biennial Graduate Student Prize
Grad student Claire Ptaschinski was awarded the 2021 Graduate Student Prize for her MA thesis “The Ecology of Chapel Design in Baroque Rome”.
Marina Tyquiengco Co-organized Programs at the MFA
Grad student Marina Tyquiengco co-organized programs highlighting Native and Black histories and lived experiences.
Ilhan Ozan Receives Research Grant from the University Center for International Studies
Graduate student Ilhan Ozan receives a grant from the International Studies Fund to research the Alexandria Biennale.
Andrea Maxwell Receives A&S GSO Elizabeth Baranger Teaching Award
The A&S GSO Elizabeth Baranger Teaching Awards acknowledge excellence in graduate student teaching across the Arts & Sciences.
Richard Hylton Publishes on U.S. Perspectives on Black British Artists
Dietrich Diversity Postdoctoral Fellow Richard Hylton reviewed two recent books on contemporary Black British art by scholars based in the U.S.
Vuk Vuković's Text Published by SECAC
Graduate student Vuk Vuković wrote a short essay for SECAC on Shikeith's "Feeling the Spirit in the Dark" exhibition at the Mattress Factory.
Jake Eisensmith Receives Wilkinson Research Prize
Graduate student Jake Eisensmith receives the James and Susanne Wilkinson Research Prize for Outstanding Scholarship on Topics in Premodern Art.
Adriana Miramontes Examines Crimes Against Humanity
Graduate student Adriana Miramontes explores criminal, institutional, and gender violence at the Mexico-U.S. border and contemporary artistic responses to these issues.
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.
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.