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Visual Studies Ph.D. Student News
Second-year students Chessa Adsit-Morris, LuLing Osofsky, and Madison Treece Receive SSRC-DPD Fellowships
Amber Hickey is awarded Second Place in Cold War Essay Contest, through the John A. Adams ’71 Center for Military History & Strategic Analysis at the Virginia Military Institute.
LuLing Osofsky Presents on Cinematic Portrayals of Jewish Champions Boxing at Auschwitz at conference on Sports and Film
Tatiane Schilaro Santa Rosa becomes Creative Director of AnnexB and curates Fragmento, In-Process in Brooklyn, NY
Amanda M. Maples curates three exhibitions at the Cantor Arts Center, Stanford University
Brinker Ferguson awarded Neukom Post-doctoral Fellowship at Dartmouth College
Ace Lehner Presents at College Art Association "Trans Selfies as Contemporary Art: Representational Politics and the Instagram Feed of Alok Vaid-Menon"
Lorraine Affourtit Receives Fulbright-Hays Fellowship
Gaby Greenlee presents paper at UCLA's Art History Grad Symposium "Art on the Edge: Crossing Borders, Shifting Boundaries, Challenging Conventions"
Gaby Greenlee is awarded the Linda S. Cordell Memorial Award at the Robert S. Peabody Museum of Archaeology
Gaby Greenlee publishes essay on indigenous textile aspects that surface in a colonial Peruvian painting of the Virgin Mary as young girl
Gaby Greenlee is awarded the Betty J. Meggers Grant for research in Peru
Alex Moore presents at the ACASA Conference at the University of Accra, Ghana
Amber Hickey will be "Researcher in Residence" at Signal Culture
Ace Lehner and Libby Paloma's collaborative project "Chingona Por Vida"
Amber Hickey co-curates exhibition, "We're All in This Together"
Ace Lehner Bookshelf published in Art Journal Open
Freedom ‘17, New Video work by Ace Lehner to be featured in OUT/LOOK and the Birth of the Queer
crystal am nelson (2013 cohort) teaches Race and Visual Arts in America, in Winter 2017
Four Visual Studies Ph.D. students receive the Arts Division Dissertation Summer Fellowship
Jordan Reznick (2013 cohort) teaches Approaches to Visual Studies, in Winter 2017
Aperture Summer Open exhibition features the work of Jordan Reznick
Ellen Takata presents on Postwar Japanese Photography Books at the third biennial Conference of the Israeli Association for Japanese Studies
Amber Hickey presents paper at the Native American and Indigenous Studies Association Conference in Vancouver
Kate Korroch presented at the Queer Asia conference at SOAS, University of London