Orange Alert


Margaret Innes portrait

(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.

Lillian Wilson portrait

(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."

Jeff Speck portrait

(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!

Everson interns

(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."

Peers new book cover

(July 15, 2021)

Glenn Peers Co-authors New Book

Glenn Peers's new book written with Virginia Burrus and Thomas Arentzen is now out: "Byzantine Tree Life: Christianity and the Arboreal Imagination" (Palgrave Macmillan, 2021).

Louis Marak sculpture

(July 7, 2021)

Art History Major Jaden Dagenais Pens Debut Blog Post for the Everson Museum

Jaden Dagenais ('22) contributes a piece on the artist Louis Marak to the Everson's Object of the Week blog.

(June 30, 2021)

Glenn Peers Participates in Panel Discussion on His New Book

Check out the virtual panel discussion in response to AMH professor Glenn Peers' book "Animism, Materiality, and Museums: How Do Byzantine Things Feel?" organized by the W. F. Albright Institute of Archaeological Research in Jerusalem.