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Visual Studies Ph.D. Student News
Amanda M. Maples to present at invite-only symposium "New Directions in African and African-American Studies" in Rochester, NY
Amanda M. Maples accepts Curatorial Fellowship at Stanford University's Cantor Center for Visual Arts
Amanda M. Maples to present at ACASA Triennial in Ghana and ECAS in Basel
Sara Blaylock awarded the College Art Association's Professional Development Fellowship in Art History
Sara Blaylock publishes text on German artist's project on her Stasi file in Gradhiva
Catalogue co-edited by Christina Hellmich receives award
Amber Hickey accepts Visiting Assistant Professorship at Alfred University
Amber Hickey to present at the Newberry Symposium, "Violence and Indigenous Communities: Confronting the Past, Engaging the Present"
Announcing Chessa Adsit-Morris’s book publication on environmental education
Maggie Wander appointed Treasurer of the Native American Art Studies Association
Tatiane Santa Rosa publishes a review of the 32nd São Paulo Biennial in Brazil
Tatiane Santa Rosa co-authors book on contemporary Barzilian art, addressed to young adults
Amber Hickey (2012 cohort): Researching Art and Sovereignty in Iqaluit, Nunavut
Lorraine Affourtit: From the Front of the Classroom to the Frontlines of Oaxaca’s Social Movement
Gaby Greenlee presented a paper at the Textile Society of America's 15th Biennial Symposium, 'Crosscurrents: Land, Labor, and the Port', in Savannah, GA
Congratulations to our first Ph.D. graduate! Rachel Nelson successfully defended her dissertation "At the Edge of Ruin: Seeing Art Under Perpetual Conflict"
Tatiane Santa Rosa presented a paper on Lygia Clark at the Sensorial Encounters Graduate Symposium (The University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS)
Chessa Adsit-Morris presented a paper at the Australian Association for Environmental Education conference
Lorraine Affourtit presented her research on The Oaxaca Commune at the Latin American and Iberian Institute, University of New Mexico
Sara Blaylock co-organized the first ever Grad Forum panel at the International Association for Visual Culture Biannual Conference
Lorraine Affourtit presented at the Association of Latin American Art Fourth Triennial Conference
Brinker Ferguson Heads Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade Digital Documentation and Education Project
Brinker Ferguson Heads Emergency Heritage Documentation Kits in Conflict Areas Project through National Center for Preservation Technology and Training Grant.
Kate Korroch presented "Transitioning the Gaze and Searching for Power: Harisu's 2001 Dodo Cosmetics Advertisement" and chaired the panel "Body as Art Installation"
Jordan Reznick presented "Selfie Suburbia: Whites Online in the Twenty-first Century"