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Gullah basket

Professor Kristin Schwain is co-curator with Professor Jo Stealey, Department of Art, of the upcoming exhibition "Rooted, Revived, Reinvented: Basketry in America".

Helen Dryden, Vogue, (Cover) July 1, 1921 Vol. 58, no. 1, TT500 .V7X Smithsonian Libraries

Helen Dryden, Vogue, (Cover) July 1, 1921 Vol. 58, no. 1, TT500 .V7X Smithsonian Libraries

Sarah Horne, PhD Candidate in American Art History, has been selected to present a chapter of her dissertation "Mass Appeal: The Fame and Fortune of American Artist Helen Dryden (1887-1972)” in The Newberry Seminar in American Art

Cornelis Visscher (Dutch, ca. 1629–1658), after a painting by Pieter Claesz. Soutman (Dutch, ca. 1580–1657)) Portrait of Magdale

Cornelis Visscher (Dutch, ca. 1629–1658), after a painting by Pieter Claesz. Soutman (Dutch, ca. 1580–1657)) Portrait of Magdalena Moons, 1649 Engraving on laid paper Gift of Museum Associates (2012.3).

PhD student Rebecca Ruppar discusses five works included in the current Museum of Art and Archaeology exhibition Distinction: Five Centuries of Portraiture in the Fall 2016 issue of Museum Magazine

“Die Hinterlassenschaft Maria Annas und das Konzept einer fürstlichen Porträtsammlung”

Michael Yonan published “Die Hinterlassenschaft Maria Annas und das Konzept einer fürstlichen Porträtsammlung” [The Bequest of Archduchess Maria Anna and the Concept of a Princely Portrait Collection] in Höfische Porträtkultur: Die Hinterlasse

Marcus Rautman

Professor Rautman looking from Pompeiopolis toward Taşköprü in the distance

In July Marcus Rautman spoke on “The Lives of Houses at Late Roman Sardis” at a conference on ancient Pompeiopolis, held in Taşköprü, Kastamonu.