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UD grad student Craig Lee joins Art Institute of ChicagoUD grad student Craig Lee joins Art Institute of Chicago;lee;9/25/2023 4:00:00 AM<p></p><div></div><div>University of Delaware doctoral student Craig Lee is an assistant curator in architecture and design at the Art Institute of Chicago. He is currently working on a retrospective exhibition of architect Bruce Goff scheduled for late 2025.​ Lee joined the Art Institute of Chicago in 2019 as a Daniel F. and Ada L. Rice Postdoctoral Curatorial Fellow. </div><div><br></div><img alt="Craig Lee Headshot" src="/ForTheRecord%20Images/Lee_Craig-GradImpact-028.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />Uncropped VerticalGP0|#8442c1a6-2557-4340-b895-2f7f241f6ae1;L0|#08442c1a6-2557-4340-b895-2f7f241f6ae1|Appointments;GTSet|#0a3b6244-764a-4413-b2f1-4b4c15da868c2023.00000000000https://publish.cas.udel.edu/Lists/ForTheRecord/DispForm.aspx?ID=347
Dominguez redesigns UD course, publishes second book Dominguez redesigns UD course, publishes second book ;monicadt;8/29/2023 4:00:00 AM<p><strong><a href="https://www.arthistory.udel.edu/people/dominguez">​​​Mónica Domínguez Torres​</a></strong>, Ph.D., a University of Delaware professor of art history, was appointed 2022-24 provost teaching fellow for the Foundational Course Initiative, designed​ by UD's Center for Teaching and Assessment of Learning (CTAL) to transform UD's first-year experience for undergraduate students. Domínguez redesigned the course “ARTH153: Introduction to Art History: Pyramids to Cathedrals" to include a global scope. The course explores the arts of the Americas, Africa, and Asia, along with Western artistic manifestations, while utilizing the most effective strategies to actively engage students in the learning process.</p><p><strong>Publications</strong><br>Domínguez's second book, <em>Pearls for the Crown: Art, Nature, Race and Empire Within and Beyond the Early Modern Spanish World</em>, is forthcoming with Penn State University Press in 2024. The book is one of the first monographic studies to examine selected early modern European pieces in relation to contemporaneous extractive practices and labor dynamics in the Americas.<br></p><p>The digital platform<a href="https://www.taylorfrancis.com/rrorw/?context=rrorw"> <em>Routledge Resources Online – The Renaissance World</em>,</a> for which Domínguez has served as subject editor of Art, Architecture and Material Culture since 2019, was launched in a “freemium" version in December 2022. It will be launched in a full version in late 2023<em>.</em></p><p>Domínguez <a href="http://www.caareviews.org/reviews/3939">published a review</a> of the book <em>Clothing the New World Church: Liturgical Textiles of Spanish America, 1520–1820</em>, by Maya Stanfield-Mazzi, in the <em>CAA.reviews</em> edition of January 21, 2022.</p><p>Her essay “Alfredo Boulton and Venezuela's First Spanish Foundation," will soon appear in the catalog <em>Alfredo Boulton: Looking at Venezuela (1928–1978), </em>edited by Idurre Alonso, to accompany the exhibition of the same name on view at the Getty Research Institute in Los Angeles from August 29, 2023, to January 21, 2024.</p><p><strong>Presentations</strong><br>Since 2020, Prof. Domínguez has served as a member of the steering committee for the symposium<a href="https://www.winterthur.org/calendar/shifting-tides-art-in-the-18th-century-caribbean/2023-04-20/"> <em>Shifting Tides: Art in the 18th-Century Caribbean</em></a><em>,</em> which was held  at  Winterthur on April 20-21, 2023, supported by grants from Terra Foundation for American Art, the Carl & Marilynn Thoma Foundation, and Delaware Humanities, a state program of the National Endowment for the Humanities.</p><p>As for her own presentations, she gave in January 2022 the paper “Pearl and Ebony Treasures: Depictions of Enslaved Blacks in Early Modern Dresden," at the 35th CIHA World Congress “Motions: Migrations", that took place both virtually and in person in São Paulo, Brazil. Feb 2022. She also served as discussant of the panel “Centering the Caribbean: The Long Eighteenth Century, Hemispheric Perspectives, and 'American Art,'" at the 2022 College Art Association Annual Conference.</p><p>As part of her Spring 2022 residency at the Bard Graduate Center in New York City, she presented on March 29 the lecture “Heavenly Pearls: Nature, Religion, and Politics in Habsburg Spain" for the Spring 2022 Seminar Series and led the lunchtime seminar “Pearls for the Crown: Art and Materiality in the Age of European Expansion" on March 31, 2022.</p><p>In September 2022, she gave the keynote lecture “Precious Critters: Pearls, Natural History, and Artistic Practice in the Early Modern Spanish World," for the 8<sup>th</sup> Annual ASGO Symposium <em>Matters of Art: Materiality, Functionality and the Agency of Art Objects</em> at the Ackland Museum of Art, in the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. This paper was also presented as part of the 2022-23 Graduate Student Lecture Series of UD's Department of Art History.</p><p>In November 2022 she presented the paper “Between <em>rancherías</em> and <em>fortalezas</em>: Empire, Extractivism, and Ecology at the Pearling Centers of the Early Americas," at the conference <em>The Forgotten Canopy: Ecology, Ephemeral Architecture, and Imperialism in the Caribbean, South American and Transatlantic Worlds. Conference 1: Ecology</em>, organized by Stella Nair and Paul Niell at the UCLA Center for 17<sup>th</sup>-18<sup>th</sup> Century Studies and William Andrews Clark Memorial Library in Los Angeles.<br></p><img alt="Monica Dominguez Torres Headshot" src="/ForTheRecord%20Images/Dominguez%20Torres%20Monica%20Headshot.jpeg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />Uncropped VerticalGP0|#e59b718f-f2f3-4654-8986-5eea60d4f90b;L0|#0e59b718f-f2f3-4654-8986-5eea60d4f90b|Publications;GTSet|#0a3b6244-764a-4413-b2f1-4b4c15da868c2023.00000000000https://publish.cas.udel.edu/Lists/ForTheRecord/DispForm.aspx?ID=350
UD grad student Gabriella Johnson wins Rome PrizeUD grad student Gabriella Johnson wins Rome Prize;johnson;AAR;amacademyrome;8/10/2023 4:00:00 AM<p>​Ph.D. candidate Gabriella Johnson (advisor Professor Emeritus David Stone) won the <a href="https://www.arthistory.udel.edu/news/college/Pages/Harvest-from-the-Sea.aspx">Samuel H. Kress Foundation/Marian and Andrew Heiskell Pre-Doctoral Rome Prize​</a> in Renaissance and Early Modern Studies at the American Academy in Rome for 2023<span style="color:black;font-size:12pt;font-family:"times new roman", serif;"><span style="color:black;font-size:12pt;font-family:"times new roman", serif;">–</span><span style="color:#000000;font-size:medium;"></span></span><span style="color:#000000;font-size:medium;"></span>2024. This highly competitive fellowship is supporting research for Gabriella's dissertation, “Galatea's Realm: The Art of Coral, Shells, and Marine Fossils in Early Modern Sicily, Naples, and the Maltese Islands," which studies how the sea influenced artistic production in the western Mediterranean world.​<br></p><img alt="Gabriella Johnson portrait" src="/ForTheRecord%20Images/ARTH-2022-johnson-gabby.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />Uncropped VerticalGP0|#99d961eb-8936-415c-9024-28a13cec289a;L0|#099d961eb-8936-415c-9024-28a13cec289a|Awards and Honors;GTSet|#0a3b6244-764a-4413-b2f1-4b4c15da868c2023.00000000000https://publish.cas.udel.edu/Lists/ForTheRecord/DispForm.aspx?ID=343
UD grad student Erin Hein receives award for excellence in teachingUD grad student Erin Hein receives award for excellence in teaching;hein;7/7/2023 4:00:00 AM<p>​In May 2022, <strong><a href="https://www.arthistory.udel.edu/people/hein">Erin Hein</a></strong> received the Anna R. and Robert T. Silver Award for Excellence in Teaching from the Art History department. During the summer and fall of 2022, Hein conducted research abroad, supported by a Global Dissertation Development Grant and a Unidel Louise Roselle Collections-Based Research Travel Award, for her dissertation “Accident and Fortuna in Seventeenth-Century Italian Art and Theory." Hein was able to consult drawings by the seventeenth-century painter-draftsman Guercino in the renowned collections at Windsor Castle in Windsor, UK; Chatsworth House in Derbyshire, UK; the British Museum in London; and the Uffizi Gallery in Florence, Italy. Hein also visited the house of Italian Renaissance painter Giorgio Vasari in Arezzo, Italy, to study and photograph frescos in the so-called Room of Fortune, which will be featured in Hein's dissertation. In February 2023, Hein presented a paper entitled “Guercino's Ink-Splattered Drawings and Collaborations with Chance" at the Barnes Foundation's Graduate Student Symposium on the History of Art. The paper included new insights and images gathered during Hein's 2022 collections research. In July, Hein attended the National Humanities Center's Graduate Institute, which focused on inclusive and accessible pedagogy. Her participation in the institute was generously supported by the Graduate College, the College of Arts and Sciences, and the Department of Art History.​​<br></p><img alt="Erin Hein headshot" src="/ForTheRecord%20Images/Hein,%20Erin%20Headshot.jpeg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />Uncropped VerticalGP0|#99d961eb-8936-415c-9024-28a13cec289a;L0|#099d961eb-8936-415c-9024-28a13cec289a|Awards and Honors;GTSet|#0a3b6244-764a-4413-b2f1-4b4c15da868c2023.00000000000https://publish.cas.udel.edu/Lists/ForTheRecord/DispForm.aspx?ID=346
UD grad student Victoria Sunnergren curates exhibition of indigenous artUD grad student Victoria Sunnergren curates exhibition of indigenous art;sunnergren;6/24/2023 4:00:00 AM<p>​University of Delaware graduate student <strong><a href="https://www.arthistory.udel.edu/people/sunnergren">Victoria Sunnergren</a></strong> was appointed in October 2022 to the first-ever associate curatorship of Native American art with Shelburne Museum in Shelburne, Vermont. Sunnergren is a Ph.D. candidate and Andrew W. Mellon Fellow in UD's curatorial-track Ph.D. program in art history. She l​eads the interpretation and exhibition of the museum's collection of Indigenous art and material culture. ​As associate curator, Sunnergren guides the museum's program together with an advisory board constituted by Indigenous artists, curators, and community leaders. <br></p><p>​Her first project, <a href="https://shelburnemuseum.org/exhibition/built-from-the-earth/">Built from the Earth: Pueblo Pottery from the Anthony and Teressa Perry Collection at Shelburne Museum​</a>, is on view June 24 – Oct 22, 2023.​ It highlights important items from the Anthony and Teressa Perry collection, and focuses on the skill and artistry of potters from eight of the Pueblo communities in New Mexico: Acoma, Cochiti, Laguna, Santa Ana, Santo Domingo, San Ildefonso, Zia, and Zuni.  <br></p><img alt="Victoria Sunnergren Headshot" src="/ForTheRecord%20Images/Victoria%20Sunnergren%20Headshot.jpeg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />Uncropped VerticalGP0|#8442c1a6-2557-4340-b895-2f7f241f6ae1;L0|#08442c1a6-2557-4340-b895-2f7f241f6ae1|Appointments;GTSet|#0a3b6244-764a-4413-b2f1-4b4c15da868c2023.00000000000https://publish.cas.udel.edu/Lists/ForTheRecord/DispForm.aspx?ID=344
Jason Hill awarded Getty Scholar FellowshipJason Hill awarded Getty Scholar Fellowship;hill;getty;6/15/2023 4:00:00 AM<p>​<strong><a href="https://www.arthistory.udel.edu/people/faculty/hill">Jason Hill​</a></strong>, Ph.D., ​an associate professor of art history, was awarded a Getty Residential Scholar Fellowship for the theme "Art & Technology," beginning January 2024. </p><p>Hill was recognized for his work as guest editor of a special double issue of <em>History of Photography</em> on "<a href="https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/03087298.2021.2144424" target="_blank">Photography and Policing</a>" (volume 45, 2021), which he co-edited with Rutgers Professor Zeynep Devrim Gürsel. <br></p><p>The <a href="https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/thph20/45/3-4" target="_blank">double issue​</a> explored the question of photography's worldwide entanglement with policing from the 1850s to the present. It featured twelve interdisciplinary articles developing new research on photography's global entanglements with policing since the mid-nineteenth century.​​<br></p><p>Hill's own contribution to the issue was his November 2022 article, "<a href="https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/03087298.2022.2112469" target="_blank">Municipal Law Enforcement and its Transmissions</a>." His article sketched the inauguration of a visual culture shaped by the emergent media of police radio in Kansas City in the mid twentieth century. Through a close reading of a mural painted and installed since 1950 in Kansas City police headquarters, he considered how the technology of police radio punitively reordered the image of urban space in that city (and since).<br></p><p>In 2022, Hill presented related research on policing and visual media at a number of venues, including the University of Southern California, Philipps-Universität Marburg, Howard University, and at the FotoFocus Symposium in Cincinnati, Ohio.<br></p><img alt="/ForTheRecord Images/History of Photography 45.3-4, 2021, Cover photo by Alexis Hunley.jpg" src="/ForTheRecord%20Images/History%20of%20Photography%2045.3-4,%202021,%20Cover%20photo%20by%20Alexis%20Hunley.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />Uncropped Vertical<img alt="Artist-Patrolman Murray explains his mural, Owensboro Messenger, March 2, 1950, Image credits- Photo- Owensboro Messenger" src="/ForTheRecord%20Images/Artist-Patrolman%20Murray%20explains%20his%20mural,%20Owensboro%20Messenger,%20March%202,%201950,%20%20%20Image%20credits-%20Photo-%20Owensboro%20Messenger.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />GP0|#99d961eb-8936-415c-9024-28a13cec289a;L0|#099d961eb-8936-415c-9024-28a13cec289a|Awards and Honors;GTSet|#0a3b6244-764a-4413-b2f1-4b4c15da868c2023.00000000000https://publish.cas.udel.edu/Lists/ForTheRecord/DispForm.aspx?ID=349
Alumni Update: Anne Strachan CrossAlumni Update: Anne Strachan Cross;strachan cross;6/1/2023 4:00:00 AM<p><strong>​​​Anne Strachan Cross</strong>, who successfully defended and completed her Ph.D. dissertation in the spring and early summer of 2023, will take on a new role as an assistant teaching professor of American art history at Pennsylvania State University in State College, Pennsylvania. ​​Her dissertation was titled “'Features of Cruelty Which Could Not Well Be Described by the Pen': The Media of Atrocity in Harper's Weekly, c. 1862 – 1866." Her committee was overseen by her advisor Dr. Jason E. Hill, included Dr. Wendy E. Bellion and Dr. Jennifer Van Horn of the University of Delaware, and Dr. Matthew Fox-Amato of the University of Idaho. ​<br></p><img alt="Anne Strachan Cross head shot" src="/ForTheRecord%20Images/Anne%20Strachan%20Cross_Leica-Park.jpeg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />Uncropped VerticalGP0|#8442c1a6-2557-4340-b895-2f7f241f6ae1;L0|#08442c1a6-2557-4340-b895-2f7f241f6ae1|Appointments;GTSet|#0a3b6244-764a-4413-b2f1-4b4c15da868c2023.00000000000https://publish.cas.udel.edu/Lists/ForTheRecord/DispForm.aspx?ID=341
McGee publishes essayMcGee publishes essay;mcgee;5/26/2023 4:00:00 AM<p><a href="https://www.arthistory.udel.edu/people/faculty/mcgee">​<strong>Julie L. McGee</strong></a>, Ph.D., associate professor of Africana studies and art history, contributed the lead essay to a publication on work by artist Whitfield Lovell. <em><a href="https://www.artbook.com/9780871300935.html" target="_blank">Whitfield Lovell: Deep River</a></em> was published by <a href="https://www.eakinspress.com/index.cfm" target="_blank">Eakins Press Foundation</a> in May 2023. McGee wrote the main text, while Prof. Kellie Jones of Columbia University Art History wrote the p​reface. The afterword was by Whitfield Lovell. The monograph considers Lovell’s <em>Deep River</em> installation, which paid homage to “Camp Contraband.” The Union Army site near Chattanooga, Tennessee, served as a refuge for freedom seekers in the Confederate South during the Civil War. ​​<br></p><img alt="Julia McGee headshot" src="/ForTheRecord%20Images/mcgee-bio.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />Uncropped Vertical<img alt="Deep River by Whitfield Lovell" src="/ForTheRecord%20Images/Whitfield%20Lovell%20Cover.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />GP0|#e59b718f-f2f3-4654-8986-5eea60d4f90b;L0|#0e59b718f-f2f3-4654-8986-5eea60d4f90b|Publications;GTSet|#0a3b6244-764a-4413-b2f1-4b4c15da868c2023.00000000000https://publish.cas.udel.edu/Lists/ForTheRecord/DispForm.aspx?ID=312
Van Horn advances research on contemporary visual sovereigntyVan Horn advances research on contemporary visual sovereignty;van horn;5/5/2023 4:00:00 AM<p><strong><a href="https://www.arthistory.udel.edu/people/vanhorn" target="_blank">Jennifer Van Horn​</a></strong>, Ph.D., ​an associate professor of art history and history, published her second book in November 2022, <em><a href="https://yalebooks.yale.edu/book/9780300257632/portraits-of-resistance/">Portraits of Resistance: Activating Art During Slavery​</a></em>, from Yale University Press. In spring 2023​, she held a National Endowment for the Humanities post-doctoral fellowship at Winterthur Museum for work on her new book project, which considers iron and enslavement. </p><p>With co-author Phillip Troutman, Van Horn published an <a href="https://journalpanorama.org/article/seeing-floras-profile-as-portrait/" target="_blank">essay in the peer-reviewed academic journal, <em>Panorama</em></a><em>.</em> The article​ focused on a silhouette of Flora, an enslaved woman of African descent in Connecticut. <br></p><p>She presented at three events in April 2023. She convened “Objects, Pathways, Afterlives: Tracing Material Cultures in Early America," a conference at the Huntington Library in Pasadena, California. Participants discussed how “early” American objects can help effect contemporary visual sovereignty as well as cultural preservation and knowledge production. Such questions have new urgency as Indigenous and African diasporic histories, objects, knowledge systems, and communities have been transforming understandings of material culture. </p><p>Van Horn was a keynote speaker at “Resistance and Social Justice in Design History,” the 29th Annual Parsons / Cooper Hewitt Catherine Hoover Voorsanger Graduate Student Symposium in New York City. In Houston, she presented at “Image and Identity: Representing Texas, the Lower South, and the Southwest before 1900” for the 2023 David Warren Symposium on American Material Culture and the Texas Experience.​​</p><p>She joined the editorial boards of <em>The Art Bulletin</em> and the University of Delaware Press and is the newly elected Vice President of the Historians of Eighteenth-Century Art and Architecture (HECAA).​<br></p><img alt="Jennifer Van Horn headshot" src="/ForTheRecord%20Images/van-horn-bio.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />Uncropped VerticalGP0|#d586cffd-ad4b-45b9-8581-f6a2bbf70d87;L0|#0d586cffd-ad4b-45b9-8581-f6a2bbf70d87|Presentations;GTSet|#0a3b6244-764a-4413-b2f1-4b4c15da868c2023.00000000000https://publish.cas.udel.edu/Lists/ForTheRecord/DispForm.aspx?ID=348
Alumni Update: Anna AndrzejewskiAlumni Update: Anna Andrzejewski;andrzejewski;3/20/2023 4:00:00 AM<p>​​​University of Delaware alumna <strong>Anna Andrzejewski</strong> (Ph.D., 2001) completed her tenure as director for the Center for Culture, History, and Environment in the Nelson Institute at University of Wisconsin-Madison and will resume her position as professor in the Department of Art History. In fall 2022, she was a resident fellow at the Institute for Research in the Humanities (Madison). In spring 2023, she was a National Endowment for the Humanities fellow in residence at the Hagley Museum and Library in Wilmington, Delaware. These fellowships allowed Anna to complete a book on the history of post-World War II vacation and retirement communities in South Florida.​</p><img alt="" src="/ForTheRecord%20Images/Andrzejewski-Anna.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />Uncropped VerticalGP0|#8442c1a6-2557-4340-b895-2f7f241f6ae1;L0|#08442c1a6-2557-4340-b895-2f7f241f6ae1|Appointments;GTSet|#0a3b6244-764a-4413-b2f1-4b4c15da868c2023.00000000000https://publish.cas.udel.edu/Lists/ForTheRecord/DispForm.aspx?ID=342

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