HAA graduate student Katie Loney and recent PhD graduates Jacqueline Lombard and Andrea Maxwell will present their research during the Metropolitan Museum of Art's annual fellow’s colloquia. This year, the series is titled, "Research Out Loud: Met Fellows Present" and will include nine days of talks, performances, and Q&A on Zoom. On Thursday, May 19th, Katie will give her talk, “Manufacturing Indian Applied Arts: Lockwood de Forest, Muggunbhai Hutheesing, and the Ahmedabad Wood Carving Company.” On Monday, May 23rd, Jacqueline will present, “The Boundaries of Similitude: Binding Style and Politics in Hohenstaufen Italy.” On the same day, Andrea will give her talk, “Lorenzo Lotto and the (Im)Permissibility of Divine Images.” All presentations are free and open to the public, though advance registration is required. The full schedule and the fellows' abstracts will be available in early May. For more information on the series and to register for these events, please visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art's website.