Annie Maloney is one of 6 recipients of the Mellon Interventions Project Public Humanities Teaching Fellowship for the 2022-2023 Academic Year. Maloney will teach a course on Global Baroque Art and the Digital Humanities that introduces undergraduate students to public humanities projects that create new and alternative narratives of early modern art in Europe and beyond.
Rachel Patt has been awarded the Mary Seeger O’Boyle Postdoctoral Research Fellowship for the academic year 2022-2023. The Fellowship, awarded by the Seeger Center for Hellenic Studies at Princeton University, seeks to advance the scholarship of outstanding Hellenists at an early stage of their career and thus to strengthen the field of post-Classical Greek Studies in the United States and abroad.
Emily Whitehead has been named the 2022-2023 Nat C. Robertson Graduate Fellow in Science and Society by the Institute for the Liberal Arts.
“Frédéric Bruly Bouabré: World Unbound”, a new MOMA exhibition curated by graduate alumnus Ugochukwu-Smooth C. Nzewi (13PhD), has been featured in The New Yorker Magazine. The exhibition surveys the career of one of Africa’s best known and most celebrated 20th-century artists. An excerpt from the exhibition catalogue can be found here.
Abbey Hafer has been awarded the Rose Library’s Anne & Bill Newton Fellowship for the 2022-2023 academic year. She will work with the Rose Library’s instruction archivist to develop teaching and research resources on rare books in the library’s collection.
Haley Jones has been awarded a full-time fellowship at the High Museum of Art for the 2022-2023 academic year. During her tenure, Haley will work under Lauren Tate Baeza, the Fred and Rita Richman Curator of African Art.
Nathan Goldberg‘s article,”Olympic-Scale Subversion: Poster Art, Architecture, Performance, and the Afterlives of Mexico 1968” has been published in Refract: An Open Access Visual Studies Journal (volume 4, issue 1).
Courtney Rawlings has been awarded the Fox Center for Humanistic Inquiry Graduate Dissertation Completion Fellowship for the 2021-2022 academic year.
Claire Seidler presented a co-authored paper “(Re)Constructing the Stoa of Samothrace: A Local Dedication with International Ambition” with Samuel Holzman, and Amy Sowder Koch at the Annual Meeting of the Archeological Institute of America, via Zoom, January 2021.
Cody Houseman has been awarded a 2020 Sir John Soane’s Museum Foundation Graduate Fellowship to study the Museum’s collection of Roman marble cinerary urns, their provenance, and curatorial display history. He also will deliver a presentation on his research for the Museum Foundation in New York at a future date.
Courtney Rawlings has accepted an appointment as an Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Fellow at the Huntington Library in California. As a Fellow at the Huntington Library, Courtney will continue research on her dissertation which is broadly concerned with experiments by Los Angeles architects in low-cost modern architecture at midcentury.
Kelin Michael has been named the 2020-2021 Graduate Curatorial Intern in the Manuscripts department at the The Getty. Beginning in September, the internship will allow Kelin to contribute to the research and exhibitions of one of the foremost collections of medieval and Renaissance manuscripts in the country.
Amy Butner has been awarded the two-year Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Curatorial Fellowship in the Metropolitan Museum’s Department of Egyptian Art. The fellowship combines both curatorial training and scholarly research and will enable Amy to assist in the development of a major exhibition, tentatively titled “The Gods of Ancient Egypt.”
Rachel Patt presented a paper “Conceiving the Roman Portrait Image” at the CAA 2020 Annual Conference, Chicago, February 15, 2020.
Brooke Luokkala will give a paper at the conference, “Collecting Mexican Art Before 1940: A New World of Antiquities.” Her talk is entitled “The Avery Judd Skilton Collection.”
Ashley Eckhardt has been named the inaugural Hesperia Fellow by the American School of Classical Studies at Athens Publications Office for the 2019-2020 academic year.
Kimberly Schrimsher has been named an Assistant Professor at Northern Virginia Community College. She will be teaching “History and Appreciation of Art.”
Margaret Nagawa‘s article, “Conveying the Mallet: Barkcloth Renewal and Connectedness in Fred Mutebi’s Art Practice,” has been published in Critical Interventions (volume 12, issue 3).
Rachel Patt was awarded the David E. Finley Fellowship from the Center for Advanced Studies in the Visual Arts. The fellowship facilitates two years of research and travel and a third year in residence at the Center for dissertation completion and curatorial work.
Rachel Patt has been awarded a scholarship from the Walter Read Hovey Memorial Fund at The Pittsburgh Foundation in support of her dissertation research.
Catherine Barth has been awarded the 2019 Minor White Archive Research Grant. Catherine will focus on White’s advocacy for the work of photographer Frederick Sommer at the Minor White Archive, Princeton University, summer 2019.
Emma de Jong has been awarded a one-year Mellon Fellowship at the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. Beginning in 2019, Emma will be working in the Rijksmuseum Printroom.
Julianne Cheng received the Colburn Fellowship from the AIA to study at the American School of Classical Studies at Athens in the summer of 2019.
Kelin Michael was awarded a Samuel H. Kress Fellowship to study German at Middlebury Language Schools for the summer of 2019.
Amy Butner was awarded the Mellon Interventions Project Public Scholarship Teaching Fellowship for 2019-2020.
Cody Houseman received a grant from the LGS Mellon Humanities PhD Interventions Project to support travel and collaboration on digital analysis techniques for application in museums with the Art Institute of Chicago, the Spatial History Project at Stanford University, and the Virtual World Heritage Laboratory at Indiana University, Bloomington.
Emma de Jong and Kelin Michael co-curated an exhibition titled The Materiality of Devotion: From Manuscript to Print at Emory’s Pitts Theology Library (December 17th, 2018 – March 15, 2019).
Kelin Michael presented a paper “At the Edge of Orthodoxy: Hrabanus Maurus’s In honorem sanctae crucis” at the Medieval Roundtable Series. Emory University, October, 2018.
Cecily Boles delivered a guest lecture entitled “Dressing for Eternity: Clothing choices in Early Modern Catholic women’s funerary portraits,” in Professor Alessia Lirosi’s course Fashion through history at l’Università La Sapienza on November 8, 2018.
Kelin Michael will present “The Role of Hrabanus Maurus’s In honorem sanctae crucis in the Crisis of the Carolingian World” at the International Conference on Medieval Studies in Kalamazoo, MI. May, 2019.
Emma de Jong and Kelin Michael received a grant from the Mellon Humanities PhD Interventions Project and the Laney Graduate School’s New Thinkers, New Leaders program to organize a conference (March 1, 2019) in conjunction with their exhibition The Materiality of Devotion: From Manuscript to Print. Kelin will present a paper titled “The Transition of Material: Hrabanus Maurus’s In honorem sanctae crucis as Manuscript and Printed Book.”
An Jiang presented a paper “Shape Reservation and Shape Agency: The Kleophrades Painter and His Kylixes” at the Archaeological Institute of America Annual Conference in San Diego, California, January, 2019.
Caitlin Glosser presented a paper “Visualizing Silences in the Archive: Mapping Senufo” at the Network Detroit 2018 Digital Humanities and Activism: Communities in Motion conference at Wayne State University, September 21, 2018.
Ashley Eckhardt has been named the Jacob Hirsch Fellow at the American School of Classical Studies at Athens (ASCSA)
Ashley Eckhardt received the Coucil of American Overseas Research Centers’ (CAORC) Multi-Country Research Fellowship, which will allow her to conduct dissertation research in Italy and Turkey in the summer of 2019.
Joanna Mundy presented a paper, “Domestic Spaces of Roman Domus,” at the European Association of Urban History conference, Rome, Italy, August 29, 2018.
Amy Butner was awarded the ARCE Research Fellowship and will travel to Egypt in early 2019 for dissertation research. Butner’s plans include joining the University of Cambridge’s archaeological dig at Amarna.
Laura Somenzi has been named a Predoctoral Fellow in the Department of Prof. Dr. Alessandro Nova at the Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz (Max-Planck-Institute).
Rachel Patt presented a paper, “Understanding Material before Materiality: the Case for Interdisciplinary Approaches to Glass,” at the triennial meeting of the Association Internationale de l’Histoire du Verre taking place in Istanbul, Turkey, from September 3rd through 7th, 2018.
John C. Witty has been appointed the 2018-2020 Anne L. Poulet Curatorial Fellow at the Frick Collection in New York.