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Dr. Claudia Swan Professor Swan is a Senior Fellow in residence at the Center for Advanced Study, University of Hamburg

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Dr. John Klein Featured in The Common Reader: A Journal of the Essay

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Dr. Klein gave the author of the article, Jeannette Cooperman, a tour of the "Matisse and the Sea" exhibit.

Dr. Angela Miller Speaks at the Whitney Museum of Art

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Dr. Miller spoke in conversation with Nick Mauss, with whom she co-authored Body Language: The Queer Staged Photographs of George Platt Lynes and PaJaMa.

Jay Buchanan has received the Spectrum Office’s Gloria Anzaldua Advocacy at Intersections Award.

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Jay Buchanan received the Spectrum Office’s Gloria Anzaldua Advocacy at Intersections Award on March 20th, and he presented with his award at the ceremony.

Dr. Jones Publishes Article in the Center for Humanities Blog

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The article explores the art of the embodied experience in a discussion of the statue of Laocoön and His Sons.

Moving Stories in the Making: An Exhibition of Migration Narrative

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The exhibition will demonstrate how stories can shift entrenched attitudes toward immigration and how art can foster connections between migrants and the communities in which they become a part.

Prof. Childs was honored to be a Visiting Scholar at Trinity College, Cambridge University, England in February.

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Five Department Members will be Presenting at the 2024 CAA Conference

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Postdoctoral fellow Dr. Maggie Crosland, Ph.D. student Jessica Baran, Ph.D. candidate Hoyon Mephokee, Ph.D. 2023, Julie James, and Ph.D. student Jay Buchanan will be presenting their papers at the 2024 CAA conference in Chicago.

Lacy Murphy has been awarded The Mark Tessler Graduate Student Prize for her paper, “A Visual Battleground with Multiple Fronts: World War II Propaganda in French Algeria.”

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The American Institute of Maghrib Studies (AIMS) has awarded Lacy Murphy The Mark Tessler Graduate Student Prize for her paper, “A Visual Battleground with Multiple Fronts: World War II Propaganda in French Algeria.”

Podcast Host Helen Molesworth Invites Dr. Claudia Swan to Discuss Vermeer on her Dialogues Podcast

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Helen invited writer Lawrence Weschler and art historian Claudia Swan to interrogate what is at stake—politically, financially, and art historically—in reattributing works by Vermeer.

Join us for the Opening Celebration of Moving Stories in the Making at the Luminary

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We invite you to The Luminary this Saturday, Feb. 3, 2024, for an opening celebration of Moving Stories in the Making: An Exhibition of Migration Narratives. The space will be open from 2-5pm.

Graduate Students Claire Lyman and Mary Sulavik join Dr. Aravecchia in Amheida this January

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Department of Art History and Archaeology graduate students Claire Lyman and Mary Sulavik joined Dr. Nicola Aravecchia, Archaeological Director of the Amheida project, on a trip to the ancient site of Amheida in Egypt’s Dakhla Oasis.