Congratulations to the 13 doctoral students who graduated in 2019, and a special congratulation to our Blanchard prize winners Maggie Breidenthal and Kirsty Dootson and the John Addison Porter prize holder of 2019, Alex Morrison!
We are delighted to announce that Dr Joanna Fiduccia will join the department in Fall 2019 as Assistant Professor, Modern Art. Joanna specializes in the history of European and American modernism and the historical avant-garde.
We are delighted to welcome Quincy Ngan to Yale this Fall as Assistant Professor in the Department of the History of Art. He received his bachelor’s and doctoral degrees from the Chinese University of Hong Kong and the University of Chicago, respectively. Before joining Yale, he worked as Visiting Assistant Professor at the University of Iowa, where he was noted for his teaching on premodern and contemporary Chinese art, Japanese art, and gender and sexuality.
Pamela Lee, recently named as the Carnegie Professor of Modern and Contemporary Art, is an art historian who teaches the history, theory, and criticism of late modernism and contemporary art with research interests in the relationship between aesthetics, politics, time, and system.