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  • Celebrating Graduate Students 2020-2021

    We are proud to celebrate some of the recent fellowships, awards, and positions won by our graduate students.

    Graduate Predoctoral Fellowships/Awards

    Lesdi Goussen Robleto -Ford Foundation Dissertation Fellowship -Center for Race and Gender Grant Claire Ittner -Luce/ACLS Dissertation Fellowship in American Art (Ellen Holtzman Fellowship) -Smithsonian Institute Predoctoral Fellowship (Will Barnet Fellowship) Andrea Jung-An Liu  -Dr. and Mrs. James C.Y. Soong Fellowship -Center for Japanese Studies Fellowship -Toshio Watanabe Study Abroad Scholarship -Interuniversity Center for Japanese Language Studies Riad Kherdeen -Center for Middle East Studies Sultan Program Graduate Fellowship Grant -Center for Middle Eastern Studies Stevens Scholar Rebecca Levitan -Samuel H. Kress Foundation/Emeline Hill Richardson Rome Prize Mary Lewine  -Kajima Foundation for the Arts Grant Tausif Noor -Malini Chowdhury Fellowship for Bangladesh Studie Angela Pastorelli Sosa -Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor Award Ariana Pemberton -Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor Award -British Studies Travel Fellowship -Malini Chowdhury Fellowship for Bangladesh Studies Yessica Porra... [show more]

    TAGS: Awards, Fellowships, Graduate students, Mellon Fellowship

  • Highlight on Graduate Student Publications, 2020-2021

    Jess Bailey has published two articles, one about medical museums in the journal Kritische Berichte, and one about disability and sex work in the 16th century in the forthcoming volume Disability and Art History from Antiquity to the Present, Routledge, June 2021. Tausif Noor has maintained an active profile as a critic. See recent work on Keltie Ferris for the New York Times, online, May 2021; on Jonathan Lyndon Chase for 4Columns, online, May 2021; on the photography of Dawoud Bey, for the New York Times (Print/Online), May 2021; on the political afterlife of the Babri Masjid, for Art Papers (Print/Online), Fall 2020; on Amy Sillman's practice and philosophy, for frieze (Cover; Print/Online), March 2021; on Salman Toor's exhibition at the Whitney, for frieze (Online), Feb 2021; on Rami George at MIT List Visual Arts Center, for Artforum (Print/Online), September 2020. Shivani Sud has several recent publications: Shivani Sud, "Water, Air, Light: The Materialities of Plague Photography in Colonial Bombay, 1896–97," Getty Research Journal 12 (2020): 219–30; Shivani Sud, "Bombay Plague Visitation, 1896-97," Asian and African Studies Blog, The British Library, London, July, 22, 2020. https://blogs.... [show more]

    TAGS: Graduate students, Publications

  • Celebrating Graduate Students 2019-2020

    Graduate Pre-doctoral Fellowships/Awards

    Jess Bailey Paul Mellon Centre Junior Fellowship, London, UK Sarah Cowan National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Stipend Ramón de Santiago -Summer 2020 FLAS Fellowship for Tagalog Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison awarded by the Department of South & Southeast Asian Studies at UC Berkeley -Travel Award for the Study of Indigenous Languages (Nahuatl) awarded by the Center for Latin American Studies at UC Berkeley -Mellon Foundation Curatorial Preparedness and Object-Based Learning Grant for Travel awarded by the Department of History of Art at UC Berkeley Ellen Feiss Charlotte W. Newcombe Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship, Woodrow Wilson Foundation Jez Flores Outstanding GSI Award Claire Ittner Chester Dale Fellowship, The Metropolitan Museum of Art Riad Kherdeen ABD Graduate Student Research Grant in International Studies from Berkeley’s Institute of International Studies Grace Kuipers Summer Research Grant, Center for Latin American Studies,  Verónica Muñoz-Nájar  Chester Dale Predoctoral Fellowship, Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts Yessica Porras  Mellon International Dissertation Research F... [show more]

    TAGS: Awards, Fellowships, Graduate students, Mellon Fellowship

  • Department Welcomes New Faculty, Staff and Students

    The Department is pleased to welcome new graduate students Thadeus Dowad and Kristen Kido; Kathryn Stine, a new member of the department's Visual Resources Center staff; and Anneka Lenssen We are looking forward to a great year! 

    TAGS: Kristen Kido, Anneka Lenssen, Graduate students, Staff, Thadeus Dowad, VRC

  • Congratulations to Graduate Student Will Coleman

    PhD candidate Will Coleman was awarded the Second Annual Sir Denis Mahon Essay Prize for unpublished work on an early modern topic by a scholar under 30. Will will receive a £1,000 prize and a trip to the U.K. to present his winning essay, "'To live in accord with nature': Rubens's Houses and the Construction of Neostoic Leisure," at Oxford's Ashmolean Museum, on November 8 of this year. Congratulations, Will! 

    TAGS: Graduate, Graduate students, Oxford University, Will Coleman

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