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  • Noah Mapes at the Neville Public Museum

    Congratulations to undergraduate Noah Mapes for accepting an internship with the Neville Public Museum in Green Bay, Wisconsin! This summer Noah will work with members of the Neville’s curatorial and collections departments as the museum …

  • Congrats to Prof. Nick Cahill for being recognized for L&S’s 2019 “Fueling Discovery”

  • Tania Kolarik at 54th Medieval Congress

    During the 54th International Congress on Medieval Studies on May 9th, 2019, PhD Student Tania Kolarik presented her paper “Rise and Fall: The Foreshadowing of Islamic Thinking and Commodities Reflected in the Triumph of Saint …

  • LauraLee Brott to publish in Imago Mundi

    LauraLee Brott, PhD Candidate in Art History, and postdoctoral fellow Heather Wacha had an article accepted for publication in Imago Mundi: The International Journal for the History of Cartography. Their article, “Reframing the World: The …

  • Andrzejewski Awarded ND Humanities Grant

    Prof. Anna Andrzejewski has received a grant from the North Dakota Humanities Council to support ongoing research on ethnic farmsteads in southwestern North Dakota. This will allow Anna and her students to return to Stark …

  • Teddy Kaul’s Photography is on Display

    Teddy Kaul, the undergraduate program advisor and graduate program coordinator in the Art History Dept., was selected to show his photography in the Division of Continuing Studies! The Division of Continuing Studies, located on the …

  • Sophia Maxine Farmer at the Getty

    We are delighted to announce that doctoral candidate, Sophia Maxine Farmer, has been awarded a Getty Residential Pre/Post-doctoral Fellowship at the Getty Research Institute. Their generous funding will support her research project, “Il naturismo futurista: …

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