PhD students Receive National and International Grants

Three of our PhD students have received research grants and fellowships for the summer of 2017 and beyond. 

James Anno has been appointed the first Post-Doctoral Curatorial Fellow by the Board of the American Friends of Capodimonte in Naples, Italy.  This is a wo year post-doctoral position with the possibility of a third year renewal. 

Mia Laufer has received the Posen Society of Fellows - Fellowship for Emerging Scholars. It is a two year award that includes two summer seminars led by preeminent Jewish Studies scholars. 

Kate Harnish has received a visiting research fellowship from the American Antiquarian Society.  The grant will support one month of research at the Society in Worcester, MA.  Her "Drawn to Art" Fellowship support research on American art, visual culture, and other projects that will make substantial use of graphic materials as primary sources.