Third year Ph.D. candidate Alexandra M. Thomas has published an article entitled “On Rebellious Teaching: Lessons from a Black Feminist Gallery Teacher” in Hazine, an open-access journal for researchers of the diverse Islamic Worlds.
Chelsea Connelly, a fifth year Ph.D. Candidate in the History of Art department, will deliver a paper at the 12th Annual Harvard-Yale-Brown Graduate Conference in Book History on, “Materiality and Book History (in the age of Zoom)”.
Professor Bass has been awarded the 2021 inaugural Guggenheim Fellowship in Early Modern Studies in recognition of her current book project The Monument’s End: Public Art and the Modern Republic (to be published by Princeton University Press).
PhD Candidate Christine Olson has won the Mervat Zahid Cultural Foundation Prize for her talk, “The Grammar of Ornament and the Design of Nineteenth-Century Design.” The prize is awarded to the best paper/s presented at the Annual Graduat
Marisa Bass has won the 2020 Roland H. Bainton Book Prizes for the best book in Art and Music History from the Sixteenth Century Society & Conference for her most recent monograph Insect Artifice: Nature and Art in the Dutch Revolt (P