Dr. Childs's seminar, "Cahokia and Contemporary: Native American Arts, Past(s) and Future," received the Rotating Graduate Studio Award from the Center for the Study of Race, Ethnicity & Equity, which will be taught in Spring of 2025. The course explores Native American art's demand for a primary place in both American and global art histories while engaging with boarder Saint Louis and neighboring states' Native American communities.
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Moving Stories in the Making: An Exhibition of Migration Narrative
Prof. Childs was honored to be a Visiting Scholar at Trinity College, Cambridge University, England in February.
Five Department Members will be Presenting at the 2024 CAA Conference
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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