Orange Alert


Collage of Brooke Baerman and the Ogunquit Playhouse.

(May 7, 2021)

Art History Alum Brooke Baerman Completes Winterthur Master's Program

Brooke Baerman (B.A. '15) presented her master's thesis at Colonial Williamsburg's Antiques Forum, and currently works at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Maine.

Sally Cornelison professional photo

(May 5, 2021)

Sally Cornelison Gives Presentations and Is Awarded Franklin Research Grant

Professor Sally J. Cornelison recently gave presentations for the Renaissance Society of America and the College of Arts & Sciences Alumni Academy. Cornelison has also been awarded a Franklin Research Grant.

Bodmer exhibit at the Met.

(April 30, 2021)

Scott Manning Stevens Co-Authors Karl Bodmer Exhibit Catalog

Professor Stevens has been involved with the Karl Bodmer exhibit at The Metropolitan Museum of Art (The Met) since its planning stages.

Haver at the International Spy Museum.

(April 28, 2021)

Art History Alum Stephanie Haver Joins the International Spy Museum

Stephanie Haver (B.A. ’15, née Breed) has joined the International Spy Museum as Membership Coordinator.

Mary Bedell Profile Photo

(April 26, 2021)

Mary Rose Bedell Wins Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award

Art History graduate student Mary Rose Bedell ('21) is being recognized by the Graduate School with an an Outstanding Teaching Assistant award.

(April 26, 2021)

Art History Alums Begin New Programs

Art History alums Emily Francisco (G '17), Sally Tucker (G '14), Giselle Hobbs (G' 20), and Tammy Hong (BA '18) pursue art history studies in new programs.

Caitlin Petty portrait

(April 23, 2021)

Caitlin Petty Awarded Masters Degree Prize

Florence MA Program recent graduate Caitlin Petty is being awarded this year's Masters Degree Prize from SU's College of Arts & Sciences.

Amanda Eubanks Winkler portrait in front of bookcase

(April 20, 2021)

Amanda Eubanks Winkler Organizes Roundtable

Professor Amanda Eubanks Winkler was co-convener of a roundtable at the Renaissance Society of America, “Thinking Through Performance: The Pleasures and Pitfalls of Performance-Based Research.”