The Department of the History of Art is thrilled to announce the below achievements from December 2020 and January 2021 and extend congratulations to all:
- Doctoral student Matthew Sova has been selected as the Kress Two-Year Institutional Fellow in the History of Art for 2021-2023 at the Zentralinstitut fur Kunstgeschichte in Munich.
- Doctoral students Marica Antonucci, Meghaa Ballakrishnen, Miriam Grotte-Jacobs, and Bianca Hand have been awarded the Dean’s Teaching Fellowship for the 2021-2022 academic year.
- Professor Aaron Hyman has published and co-authored with the Department of History doctoral student Timothy W. O’Brien, S.J., “The Utility of George Kubler in Andahuaylillas, Peru,” in Latin American and Latinx Visual Culture 2.4 (2020): 79–83.
- Doctoral student Orsolya Mednyánszky was featured in the Johns Hopkins Magazine article “Rare Books Illuminate the Lives of Early Modern Nuns.”
- Doctoral student Marica Antonucci has published an exhibition review on the Centre Pompidou’s recent exhibition, Global(e) Resistance for ASAP/J.
The Department of the History of Art is thrilled to announce the below upcoming events featuring the Department’s own faculty and graduate students:
- Doctoral student Rebecca Teresi will be giving a public lecture on Velázquez’s “Las Meninas” on Thursday February 18, 2021 at 12:00 pm CST.
- Professor Marian Feldman will be speaking as part of The Academic Research Institute in Iraq’s Embassy Lecture Series on Thursday February 25, 2021 from 11 am to 12 pm EST. Professor Feldman’s talk is titled, “King of the Four Quarters of the World: The Art and Architecture of Assyrian Kingship.” Register here.
- Recent PhD graduate Amy Miranda and current doctoral student Marica Antonucci will be speaking on Day Two of the 25th Annual Graduate Student Symposium on the History of Art, co-organized by Bryn Mawr College in collaboration with Temple University and University of Pennsylvania and streaming on the Barnes Foundation YouTube channel Friday, March 5, 2021. Miranda’s talk, “Building Community Through Multisensory Experiences of Architecture in Jerash,” will be during Session One, from 10 am-11:30 am EST and Antonucci’s talk, “Marxism and Its Discontents: Renato Guttuso’s Parma Retrospective,” will be during Session Three, from 3 pm-4:30 pm EST.