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News from the Bryn Mawr College Graduate School of Arts and Sciences

Shannon Steiner (History of Art) presents at 40th Annual Byzantine Studies Conference

Shannon Steiner, Ph.D. candidate in the History of Art, recently presented at the 40th Annual Byzantine Studies Conference, held at Simon Fraser University, Vancouver BC, from November 6-9, 2014. She was invited to participate in the session “Two Columns and a Stylite,” organized by Dr. Robert G. Ousterhout of the University of Pennsylvania. Her paper, [...]

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Christina Marinelli (Archaeology, M.A. ’13) joins the Education Department at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

This past September, Christina Marinelli became Education Programs Associate in the Academic Programs division of the Education Department at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Principally, Christina is responsible for the workings of the Met’s fellowship office – working with the various curatorial and conservation departments to host fellows and visiting scholars, and organizing professional development [...]

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Whiting Fellowship Winners: Johanna Best (Archaeology) and Maeve Doyle (History of Art)

This year’s Whiting Fellows in the Humanities are Maeve Doyle (History of Art) and Johanna Best (Classical and Near Eastern Archaeology).  The Graduate Group in Archaeology, Classics and History of Art celebrated the recipients at its annual Whiting Fellows Presentation, October 21, 2014. The Fellows presented on their dissertation research and answered questions from a [...]

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Douglas Gisewhite presents at the American Chemistry Society, Central Regional Meeting

Douglas Gisewhite (Chemistry) presents the findings of research completed with fellow graduate student Ben Williams and Prof. Sharon Burgmayer at CERM 2014, held in Pittsburgh Oct. 29 – Nov. 1. The title of his talk is “Controlling Pyran Cyclization in Molybdenum Pyranopterin Dithiolene Complexes: It’s… Dielectric.” Doug expects that the team will publish their results [...]

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BMC History of Art alumnae and current student present at the 5th Annual Feminist Art History Conference

The Feminist Art History Conference, sponsored by the art history department at American University, brings together scholars who engage in the diverse approaches of feminist art history. The fifth annual conference, which will be held at American University from October 31st to November 2nd, 2014, celebrates the legacy of emerita American University feminist art historians [...]

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