PhD candidate Olga Zaikina-Kondur's peer reviewed article on one of the artist books of Russian Conceptualist Andrei Monastyrski was published in the University of Toronto Art Journal: “Inverted Ekphrasis: Viewing and Reading Andrei Monastyrski's Elementary Poetry No. 2--Atlas.”
Theresa Kutasz Christensen was awarded the Aurora Borealis Prize in Literary Studies from the Society for the Advancement of Scandinavian Studies for her paper: given at the society's 2018 conference. The prize is specifically designed to recognize excellence in presentation as well as writing and research and is awarded annually to the best oral paper presentation by a graduate student. The prize was officially announced at the annual conference banquet last weekend on May, 4th. */
Friday, April 12: GALLERY TALKCollection Focus: Contemporary PhotographsKeri Mongelluzzo, Graduate Assistant and Ph.D. Candidate in Art History12:10 p.m.
PhD candidate Andee Middleton will give a talk titled "Collapsing Identities of Ptolemaic Queens in Early Modern Roman Culture." at Brown University, April 6th
Emily Hagen, PhD candidate, presented in a session on Digital Scholarship and Digital Humanitiesat the Visual Resources Association annual conference in Los Angeles, California, on March 27, 2019. She provided an overview of her project, How To Make a Fake, an interactive web page that tells the story of how a painting in the Palmer Museum of Art was determined to be a forgery. */