Ph.D. candidate Brantly Hancock Moore will be giving a virtual talk, “Performing Knowledge: The Collector’s Cabinet as Stage in the Early Modern Kunstkammer” this Friday (October 9) at 11:15 in the conference, “Props: Staging Objects on the ‘Stage of Art.’” … Continued
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Check out what our new MFA student Hugo Ljungbäck is doing with his semester. Hugo will have presentations as part of the two following upcoming events: Carolina Queer MiniCon, October 9-13, 2020 Carolina’s first Queer MiniCon to showcase LGBTQIA+ research, art, and lived … Continued
MFA student Minoo Emami is the latest featured “Global Grad” on the UNC Graduate School’s website. Check out the interview here: https://graddiversity.unc.edu/2020/08/global-grads-featured-scholar-minoo-emami/
Ph.D. candidate Jennifer Wu has co-authored a peer-reviewed essay with another UNC at Chapel Hill Ph.D. candidate, Allison Gose (Department of History), “The Constructed Body in a Disembodied Platform: Interdisciplinarity and Team Teaching in the Age of COVID-19” which is now … Continued
Congratulations to PhD candidate Andrea Snow on her forthcoming article in Comitatus, published by UCLA’s Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies: Snow, Andrea C., “Dialogues with Ginnungagap: Norse Runestones within a Culture of Magic,” in Comitatus: A Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies 51 (2020). … Continued
UPDATE: The article on Viking Art is now available here: https://smarthistory.org/viking-art/ Congratulations to PhD candidate Andrea Snow, who was recently awarded funding from the Samual H. Kress Foundation to write an article on Viking Art for Smarthistory. Andrea’s work will … Continued
Congratulations again to Ph.D. candidate Jennifer Wu, who has received a three-month residential scholar award at the Yale Center for British Art (in addition to the Paul Mellon Centre Junior Fellowship already awarded). she will also be using the museums … Continued
Taylor Hunkins has written an extensive article on Slum-TV in Nairobi, which can be accessed here: https://africanah.org/slum-tv-in-nairobi/. Great work Taylor!
Congratulations to Brantly Moore, who has been awarded the UNC Graduate School’s Werner P. Friederich Off-Campus Dissertation Research Fellowship (for study in the humanities with travel to Switzerland, if possible) and Summer Research Fellowship.
Congratulations to PhD candidate Jennifer Wu, who has just received a three-month Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art Junior Fellowship for Spring 2020.