On March 16, Na’ama Klorman-Eraqi (PhD 2013) will be presenting a paper, titled “Photography, the Street and Feminism in Britain in the 1970s” at The Gilda: The Research Forum of the Art History Department at Tel Aviv University, where she is currently a postdoctoral fellow.
Congratulations to Jasmine Burns (MA ’13), whose article “Visual Materials in the Archive: Determining and Maintaining Value in a Postmodern Climate,” appears in the current Visual Resources Association Bulletin.
Congratulations to Jasmine Burns (MA ’13), whose article “Digital Facsimiles and the Modern Viewer: Medieval Manuscripts and Archival Practice in the Age of New Media,” appears in the Fall 2014 issue of Art Documentation: Journal of the Art Libraries Society of North America. The article, based on Jasmine’s MA thesis, was also the winner of this year’s Gerd Muehsam Award from the Art Libraries Society of North America.
Congratulations to Cody Barteet (PhD 2007), Assistant Professor and Undergraduate Chair in the Department of Visual Arts at the University of Western Ontario, who has been awarded tenure and promoted to Associate Professor (effective July 2015).
Congratulations to Hala Auji (PhD 2013), Assistant Professor at the American University Beirut, who received honorable mention for the 2014 Malcolm H. Kerr Dissertation Award in the Humanities at the annual meeting of the Middle East Studies Association for her dissertation Between Script and Print: Exploring Publications of the American Syria Mission and the Nascent Press in the Arab World, 1834-1860.
Doctoral candidate Angelique Szymanek and alums Jen Kennedy (PhD 2014) and Trista Mallory (MA 2009) traveled to San Juan, Puerto Rico this past weekend for the National Women’s Studies Association Annual Conference. Angelique moderated the panel Impossible Justice, during which Jen and Trista both presented papers, respectively titled “Baise Toi: Feminist Vigilante Justice in Virginie Despentes’ King Kong Theory and Baise Moi” and “Watching Photographs.” For more information, see the conference website.
Na’ama Klorman-Eraqi (PhD 2013, currently a postdoctoral fellow at Tel Aviv University) will be presenting a paper, titled “Resisting Advertisements: Feminist Media Politics in Late 1970s Britain” at Ms/representation: Mass Media & Feminisms in Historical Context, the seventh annual conference of the Society for the History of Women in the Americas (SHAW) at the University of Westminster, in London. The conference will take place Saturday, November 29, 2014.