Recent Student and Alumnae/i Fellowships

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Recent Student and Alumnae/i Fellowships

We’re very pleased to see that a number of Art History PhD Candidates will receive Graduate Center Dissertation Fellowships for the upcoming academic year: Arnaud Gerspacher (Posthumanist Animals: France and Belgium, 1972-87); Alice Lynn McMichael (Rising Above the Faithful: Monumental Ceiling Crosses in Byzantine Cappadocia); Natalie Musteata, (From Radicality to Romanticism: The Institutionalization of the Artist as Curator, 1970-2010) and Michelle Fisher (Nothing is transmissible but thought”: Le Corbusier’s Radiant City in Diaspora).

Lindsay Caplan has also just been awarded a Mellon/American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) Dissertation Completion Fellowship for her dissertation Open Works: Between the Programmed and the Free, Art in Italy from 1962 to 1972.

And in other news, alumna Martha Buskirk will serve as a 2015 Guggenheim Fellow in Fine Arts Research.

Congratulations to all!



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