Andrzejewski’s new Florida research

Prof. Anna Andrzejewski presented her paper on vacation/retirement communities built by the Mackle Company in Florida at the 2018 meeting of the Vernacular Architecture Forum in Alexandria, Virginia, on May 5. She envisions this as …

Christy Wahl awarded DAAD grant

  Christy Wahl, Ph.D. Candidate, has been awarded a research grant through the German Academic Exchange Service (Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst or DAAD). This generous grant, funded by the German government and the European Union, provides …

Another Fellowship for Lindsay Wells

  In Fall 2018 Lindsay Wells will research her dissertation on Victorian indoor gardening and the Aesthetic Movement at the Armstrong Browning Library at Baylor University. Lindsay looks forward to encountering the resident spirit who …

Student Wins Hilldale Fellowship

      Art History undergraduate student Hayley Huston has received a prestigious Hilldale Fellowship to conduct research during summer 2018. Her advisor, Prof. Yuhang Li, is supervising progress on Hayley’s honor thesis entitled “Transmedia …

Lindsay Wells is new Winterthur Fellow

    Lindsay Wells has received the Dissertation Fellowship at the Winterthur Museum, Garden, and Library in Wilmington, DE. She plans to take up residency for the Spring semester of 2019 to utilize both the …

UW faculty, students, alums at VAF

Faculty and students in architectural history will assemble in Alexandria, Virginia, May 3-5, and among them with be those associated with Buildings-Landscapes-Cultures (past and present). Among those giving papers are Professors Anna Andrzejewski and Arijit …

Casid awarded Clark-Oakley Fellowship

  Jill H. Casid, Professor of Visual Studies in the Department of Art History and the Department of Gender and Women’s Studies, has been named the Clark-Oakley Fellow for 2018-19 and will spend the year …

2017 Summer Fieldschool Ebook Published

  The e-book produced as part of the 2017 summer field school has been published. The book is the result of research conducted by students and volunteers who participated in Prof. Andrzejewski’s summer field class. …

New Graduate Student Publication

Sophia Maxine Farmer’s chapter “Aeropittura: Modern Aviation and the Fascist Idealization of the Italian Landscape” has been published in the peer-reviewed collective volume Landscapes, Natures, Ecologies: Italy and the Environmental Humanities edited by Enrico Cesaretti, …

Excellence in Teaching

  We are pleased to announce that Prof. Nancy Rose Marshall is the recipient of a 2018 campus Distinguished Teaching Award. Please join us in congratulating Prof. Marshall on this prestigious accomplishment. Chancellor Rebecca Blank …