Ellen Larson Launches New Podcast Exploring Chinese Material Culture
Ellen Larson has collaborated with UW-Stevens Point professor Dr. Cortney Chaffin on a podcast series titled "Of the Earth 本土," digging into the many connections, complexities, and contradictions of Chinese art and culture across time and space.
HAA Graduate Students Awarded Met’s Fellowships
PhD candidates Jacqueline Lombard, Katie Loney, and Andrea Maxwell will join 64 fellows in the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Fellowship Program 2021–22.
Isaiah Bertagnolli Presents at Royal Geographical Society's Annual International Conference
Grad student Isaiah Bertagnolli will present his paper on a panel discussing geographies of nuclear energy.
Graduate Students Awarded Smithsonian American Art Museum Fellowships
Rebecca Giordano and Katie Loney have received Predoctoral Fellowships from the Smithsonian American Art Museum (SAAM) for 2020-1.
Kale Doyen's Digital Exhibit Explores Lower Hill District Photos
Graduate student Kale Doyen developed a digital exhibition exploring the history of the Lower Hill District through Pittsburgh City Photographer images.
Grad Student Hossein Nakhaei Receives Farabi International Award
Hossein Nakhaei was awarded a Farabi International Award on Humanities and Islamic Studies.
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.