(Aug. 24, 2021)Fine Arts Alum Natalie Bono Joins Goldring Program
AMH alum Natalie Bono (B.A. '21) will study in the Goldring Arts Journalism and Communications Master's Program in the Newhouse School of Public Communications.
(Aug. 23, 2021)Amanda Eubanks Winkler Co-Organizes 2021 North American British Music Studies Symposium
Professor Eubanks Winkler served on the symposium planning committee for the 2021 NABMSA conference, "New Approaches to Music, Identity, and the British Empire from the Early Modern to Brexit."
(Aug. 20, 2021)Scott Manning Stevens Awarded a Radcliffe Institute Fellowship
Congratulations to Professor Scott Manning Stevens, associate professor of English, director of Native American and Indigenous Studies, and courtesy faculty member in our department, who was recently awarded a Radcliffe Institute Fellowship.
(Aug. 11, 2021)AMH’s Margaret Innes Awarded ACLS Fellowship for Research on Radical Labor Press Photography
Innes will continue work on her new book exploring photography and print media during the labor movement in the 1920s-1930s.
(Aug. 9, 2021)Art History Major Grace McCormick Writes Everson Museum Blog Post
Grace McCormick ('22), curatorial intern, and Steffi Chappell, assistant curator at the Everson Museum of Art in Syracuse, NY, collaborated on the most recent "From the Archives" blog post.
(Aug. 6, 2021)Lillian Wilson (B.A. '05) Awarded PhD in History From Wayne State University
Art history alum Lillian Wilson's dissertation is titled, "'Wonderful and Alarming Women': Establishing the Freer Gallery, circa 1920."
(July 29, 2021)Art History Alum Jeff Speck Wins Seaside Prize
Syracuse University Florence Master's Program in Italian Renaissance Art alum Jeff Speck (M.A. '88) is winner of the prestigious Seaside Prize!
(July 28, 2021)Art History Majors Work on Preparation of Everson Exhibit
Art History seniors Jaden Dagenais and Grace McCormick assisted in preparation of the current Everson Museum of Art exhibition, "Mutual Affection: The Victoria Schonfeld Collection."