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- Fan Zhang ('11) has accepted the position of Associate Curator of Asian Art at the Ringling Museum of Art in Sarasota, Florida.
- Nathaniel M. Stein ('12) has accepted a position as the Horace W. Goldsmith Curatorial Fellow in Photography at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
- Suzanne Scanlan ('10), a lecturer at the Rhode Island School of Design, has had her essay, "The Devil in the Refectory: Bodies Imagined and the Oblates of Tor de' Specchi in Quattrocento Rome", included in a new collection edited by Richard Raiswell with Peter Dendle, The Devil in Society in Premodern Europe (Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies, Victoria University in the University of Toronto, 2012).
- Bibiana Obler ('96), Assistant Professor of Art History at George Washington University, has just won a 2012 Millard Meiss Publication Grant from the College Art Association for her new book, Intimate Collaborations: Gender, Craft, and the Emergence of Abstraction (Yale University Press).
- Horace Brockington (MA) has published a new book, "Jeu Du Cartes: Artistic Practices in Southern Europe 1939-42".
- Amanda Lahikainen has accepted a position as Assistant Professor, at Aquinas College in Michigan. She will begin on July 1st, 2012.
- "Rock Star Curator" Benedict Leca (Brown GS, 2004) leaves the Cincinnati Art Museum to take up a position at the Art Gallery of Hamilton, Ontario, Canada (Read full article). His recent exhibition, Monet in Giverny, is accompanied by a catalogue: Monet in Giverny: Landscapes of Reflection, edited by Benedict Leca, with contributions by Benedict Leca, Lynne D. Ambrosini, Andria Derstine, and Beth E. Wilson.