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See Dr. Aravecchia's Story About the Fourth Annual Missouri Egyptological Symposium

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Dr. Nicola Aravecchia and Dr. Julia Troche (Missouri State University) tell the history of the event and give details of this year's symposium.

Recent Graduate Dr. Lindsay Sheedy is Hired at Purdue University

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Recent PhD Graduate moves onto her next chapter.

Ebonie Pollock (BA 2019) Contributes to the Suzanne Valadon: Model, Painter, Rebel Catalogue

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Ebonie Pollock, a Murphy Prize winner for an Outstanding Senior Honors Thesis, collaborates on a leading catalogue on the art of Suzanne Valadon.

PhD Candidate Emily Thompson Attends the National Humanities Center Virtual Residency

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The virtual residency was sponsored by the Center for Teaching and Learning.

Check Out Dr. John Klein's Newest Publications!

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The publications include an article and a review.

Julie James Receives the Dean's Award for Teaching Excellence

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This award recognizes exceptional performance by a graduate student in an instructional role within Arts & Sciences.

The Department Celebrates our 2022 MA and PhD graduates!

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Please join us in congratulating MA recipient Alexis Carr (May 2022), and PhD recipients Emily Hanson (August 2021), Kirsten Marples (May 2022), Lindsay Sheedy (December 2021) and Orin Zahra (May 2022)!

Lacy Murphy awarded the 2022-2023 Center for the Humanities Graduate Student Fellowship

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This competitive fellowship provides additional support to PhD candidates

Spring 2022 Field Trips

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This past spring semester, the department sponsored three fields trips to view art.

Dr. Nicola Aravecchia Publishes Two Articles

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Dr. Nicola Aravecchia Publishes articles in Journal of Late Antiquity and Journal of the American Research Center in Egypt.

Recent PhD Orin Zahra receives honorarium from Smart History

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The essay on Hungarian-Indian modernist painter, Amrita Sher-Gil will be published on Smart History and Khan Academy.

William Wallace's article "A God Takes a Break from Mischief" published in Wall Street Journal

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This essay was written in honor of the late Mark S. Weil, the E. Desmond Lee Professor Emeritus for Collaboration in the Arts and former chair of Art History and Archaeology.