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Dr. Amanda Lahikainen, PhD ‘11, appointed Executive Director of the Ogunquit Museum of American Art in Maine

Dr. Amanda Lahikainen (PhD ‘11) has recently started a new position as Executive Director of the Ogunquit Museum of American Art.  She comes to museum administration after spending years in academia, most...

Pamudu Tennakoon selected as Open Graduate Education Scholar

Pamudu Tennakoon, graduate student in the History of Art and Architecture was recently selected to participate in the open graduate education program allowing her to enter a master’s program in Anthropology while she continues to...

A Windfall of Graduate Student Awards

We are proud to celebrate the recent outstanding achievements of our graduate students. While every year our community of art and architectural historians is honored with a variety of prizes, this year’s crop of awards is exceptional. 

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Sheila Bonde in National Geographic Story

Journalist Kristin Romey quoted HIAA Professor Sheila Bonde, in her April 13, 2020...

Congratulations Professor Shaffer

Congratulations to HIAA Assistant Professor Holly Shaffer on receiving a​ Getty/ACLS Fellowship in the History of Art. Professor Shaffer will be...

Professor Osayimwese Awarded Prestigious Fellowship

Professor Itohan Osayimwese, Associate Professor of the history of art and architecture has been awarded a New Directions Fellowship from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. The $245,000 award will allow Professor Osayimwese  to develop expertise in...

"On Speculation" speaker featured in Brown Daily Herald

BDH senior staff writer Chanikarn Kovavisarach, wrote a wonderful article in the Herald about Professor Anne Dunlop's talk as part of the "On Speculation" lecture series. Check out the article in the...

Exploring the Future of Curating in China

For their final assignment in this year's Graduate Practicum, a team of PhD students, led by Professor Jeffrey Moser, traveled to China over winter break to present an exhibition proposal to the Director and senior staff of the Zhejiang...

Lecture: Christian Art and Identity in Early Modern India

Monday, March 2 at 6 pm in List Art Building room 110

Erin Benay, Associate Professor of Renaissance and Baroque Art at Case Western Reserve University is a specialist in early modern Italian painting and visual culture. She is...

HIAA Affiliated Faculty, Steven Lubar, Appointed Director of CDS

Steven Lubar, Professor of American Studies, Professor of History of Art and Architecture, and Professor of History was recently appointed the inaugural Faculty Director of the Center for Digital Scholarship (CDS). Serving as a senior Library...

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