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Congratulations to Professor Elizabeth Kassler-Taub, who was awarded a Short-Term Fellowship from the John Carter Brown Library at Brown University to work with rare books, maps, and manuscripts from the early modern Americas. Professor Kassler-Taub also received a prestigious RSA-Samuel H. Kress Research Fellowship in Renaissance Art History by the Renaissance Society of America (RSA).
Congratulations to Professor Sunglim Kim, who has been awarded a prestigious Korean Studies Grant for 2020 by the Academy of Korean Studies. Professor Kim and her collaborators will use the grant for the development of educational videos to advance the study of modern Korean art.
Congratulations to Professor Nick Camerlenghi, who was awarded a prestigious NEH-Mellon Fellowship for Digital Publication. Professor Camerlenghi will use the fellowship in preparation for a virtual reality experience of the Basilica of St. Paul's Outside the Walls in Rome as it appeared in seven historical periods.
Art History Professor Mary Coffey, interim LALACS chair, is one of fourteen members of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences recognized for exceptional achievement in scholarship, teaching, and mentoring for 2020.
Meet our Graduating Majors and Minors.
Elizabeth Kassler-Taub is one of 30 new tenured or tenure-track faculty members to the College community this academic year.
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