Student Spotlight: Transforming the Discipline Award: “Crip Materiality and the Care of Eva Hesse” by Jessica Cooley

The Department of Art History Awards Committee is delighted to announce that Jessica Cooley (Ph.D. Candidate) has received our first annual Transforming the Discipline Graduate Research Award. This award recognizes a student whose research makes a significant contribution toward transforming the discipline of art and architectural history in terms of its structural inequities. Jessica will be presenting her groundbreaking research in a talk called “Crip Materiality and the Care of Eva Hesse” on March 5th at 1:30 pm CST. Please join us using this zoom link