The Department of the History of Art is thrilled to announce the below achievements from Spring 2022 and extends congratulations to all:
- Prof. Rebecca M. Brown published “KCS Paniker’s Painterly Deflections,” in the current issue of South Asian Studies
- Prof. Lisa Deleonardis had two new publications: Modeling the Sacred: The Pyramidal Form and Its Resonance in Paracas Sculptural Ceramics. Journal of Latin American Visual Culture 4 (2): 10-28 (2022) and Native Americans/South America/Visual Arts. In Encyclopedia of the Bible and Its Reception vol. 20, pp. 927-934. Walter de Gruyter, Berlin (2022)
- Bianca Hand, a doctoral student in the Department, has been named a Twenty-Four-Month Ittleson Fellow at the Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts (CASVA) at the National Gallery of Art for the academic years 2022– 2024
- Prof. Aaron Hyman published “Crossing the Line: Cristóbal de Villalpando and the Surplus of Script.” Art History 45.2.
- Laura Kaye, a BA/MA student, will graduate from the MA program in late May and has accepted a position at Johns Hopkins Hospital, where they will start working in development in June.
- Alexandra Letvin, a 2017 graduate of the doctoral program, has been appointed as the Associate Curator of European Art at the Princeton University Art Museum.
- Franco Rossi, the 2020-2022 Austen-Stokes Postdoctoral Fellow, co-wrote an article recently published in Ancient Mesoamerica.
- Robert Vogt, a doctoral student in the Department, will be giving at talk at the conference, “Rhythms and Resonances. Sounding Objects in the Middle Ages.” The talk is titled, “Reassuring Rhythms, Spherical Harmony, and Cosmic Order. Toward the Reevaluation of Medieval Handwarmers.”