David & Ann Wilkins present "Material Culture" at Temple University in Rome
Prof. Emeritus David & his wife, Dr. Ann Wilkins, presented "How Material Culture Illuminates History" for a course on World War II at Temple University in Rome.
Michelle McCoy to present at Connecting Dunhuang symposium, April 22-23
Michelle McCoy will present a paper at the symposium "Connecting Dunhuang: Sites, Art, and Ideas along the Silk Road(s)," on April 22-23.
Isaiah Bertagnolli Receives Humanities Engage Curricular Development Grant
Isaiah Bertagnolli awarded the Curricular Development Opportunity for Ph.D. Students: New Collections-Based Modules in Existing Undergraduate Courses.
Isaiah Bertagnolli Receives Summer Foreign Language Area Studies Fellowship
Isaiah Bertagnolli has received a summer FLAS fellowship by Asian Studies Center for a Japanese 2 intensive.
HAA Students Lead Gallery Tour at CMOA
On Thursday, April 14, 2022 at 6pm, students from the History of Art and Architecture will lead a gallery tour at the Carnegie Museum of Art.
Fulbright Fellowship Awarded to Diana Flatto
HAA graduate student Diana Flatto has been awarded a Fulbright Fellowship for her field work in Argentina, where she will conduct research on the visual art associated with artists political networks in the 1930s and 1940s.
Annika Johnson Interviewed for Exhibition on Native American Representation
Annika Johnson curated an exhibition “Faces of the Interior, The North American Portraits of Karl Bodmer”
Marisol Villela Balderrama Speaks at International Conference on Global Sixties
On April 7, 2022, Marisol Villela Balderrama will speak at the Global Sixties in the Global South, an international conference hosted by the Stony Brook University.
Isaiah Bertagnolli Receives Robert L. Platzman Memorial Fellowship at University of Chicago
Isaiah Bertagnolli receives the University of Chicago's Robert L. Platzman Memorial Fellowship to research archival material relating to the Manhattan Project.
Christopher Nygren appointed Article Editor for Renaissance Quarterly
Prof. Nygren has been appointed part of a three-person team of Articles Editors. His term as editor of the leading journal in Renaissance studies will begin in 2025 and go through 2028.