On behalf of The Graduate School, we are excited to announce that doctoral student Daniel Ackermann has made it to the top 10 participants in the final round of this year’s Three Minute Thesis competition! The final round will occur … Continued
Category: Art History
On Wednesday, October 18th, current Post-Doc Kathryn Desplanque will have an exhibit opening at Duke University Libraries. Light refreshments will be served, and both Kathryn and the exhibits coordinator, Meg Brown, will be on hand to chat and discuss. The exhibit, … Continued
Urban Cadence: Street Scenes from Lagos and Johannesburg OCTOBER 13, 2017–MARCH 4, 2018 [+] Urban Cadence tells the multifaceted stories of two urban environments—Lagos, Nigeria and Johannesburg, South Africa—experienced through the artistic expressions of photography and video. African cities are the fastest … Continued
Congratulations to graduate student Carlee Forbes, one of six UNC students named to the 2017 Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad Fellows Program. More details can be found here. Carlee Forbes is a doctoral candidate in the Art History Department from Kalamazoo, Michigan. … Continued
Congratulations to graduate student Francine Kola-Bankole, who has had two new reviews published recently. The first, about Ifa Divination, is on H-Net online. The second, about Nigerian modernism, is in the forthcoming winter issue of African Arts.
Congratulations to graduate student Ashley Bruckbauer on her article that was recently published in the Journal of the Western Society for French History. Abstract and link below: “Ambassadors and Missionaries, Converts and Infidels: Visualizing the 1686 Siamese Embassy to Versailles.” It was published … Continued
Read more about Brianna’s research on the Ackland’s “Portrait of a Young Lady” here
Congratulations to MA/MSLS alumna Meredith Hale on her new job as metadata librarian for the University of Tennessee! She will be working with special collections to make their resources more accessible through the Digital Public Library of America.
You can read the full article here: http://magazine.college.unc.edu/2017/03/flight-of-fancy/
Congratulations to Colin Post on the publication of “Ensuring the Legacy of Self-Taught and Local Artists: A Collaborative Framework for Preserving Artists’ Archives” in the Spring 2017 issue of Art Documentation! Colin’s article provides another great resource for anyone working … Continued