Jackie Lombard - Three Minute Thesis Runner-Up Recipient
Congratulations to Jackie Lombard for competing in the Three Minute Thesis (3MT) Pitt Competition on April 1, 2019.
"Dig Where You Stand" - Featured in The New York Times
The New York Times featured "Dig Where You Stand," and mentions the Department's graduate student contributions to the exhibit.
Marina Tyquiengco - Published in Issue 7.2 of Lateral Journal
Graduate student Marina Tyquiengco's article "Indigenous Cosmopolitanism: The Alaska Native Heritage Center" was published in Issue 7.2 of Lateral Journal.
HAA Students at "Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA (Los Angeles/Latin America)"
HAA students traveled to Los Angeles to participate in programming related to the Getty-led initiative "Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA (Los Angeles/Latin America)" with Professor Jennifer Josten.
Grad student Annika Johnson presents at international workshop!
Annika Johnson presented a facet of her dissertation at the Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florence on July 6 and 7. See more for details.
Alexandra Oliver †
We are deeply saddened to mark the passing of Alexandra Oliver on May 22, 2017. A celebration of life for Alex will be held on Saturday, July 15, 2017 at 2 pm at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church in Wilkinsburg, PA.
Ojo Latino featured in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette!
This wonderful project came out of the Raceing the Museum workshop-- the brainchild of Camilo Ruiz, grad student in Anthropology and Public Health. Paulina Pardo designed and installed the exhibition.
HAA Team at Grad Expo 2017
A team of 4 HAA graduate students presented at the 17th Annual University of Pittsburgh Kenneth P. Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences Grad Expo and made the list of outstanding presenters!
Annual CAA Breakfast Reception
The History of Art and Architecture Department's annual CAA Breakfast Reception at the New York Hilton on Thursday, February 16 was a huge success!
Curating Racial Storylines: University Prep and the Teenie Harris Archive
A collaboration between HAA, the Center for Urban Education, and the Carnegie Museum of Art, this project emerged from the Raceing the Museum workshop in May 2016 and has recently received a $5,000 grant for Pitt’s Year of Diversity.