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December 27, 2016

Monica Anke Hahn (PhD program, Art History) awarded Everett Helm Fellowship from the Lilly Library of Indiana University at Bloomington

Author: Jane DeRose Evans

Monica Anke Hahn has been awarded an Everett Helm Fellowship from the Lilly Library of Indiana University at Bloomington.  During her residence at the library she will examine the rich holdings of the Elisabeth Ball collection of children's literature, which contains many remarkable and some unique volumes of 18th-century print culture.  Many of these very rare materials demonstrate the ways in which the English public engaged with the Native body, and will be critical for the advancement of Monica's dissertation project, Go-Between Portraits and the Imperial Imagination circa 1800. Read More

December 12, 2016

Randall Rook (City Planning MS) Awarded Fellowship

Author: Tracy Purdy

Randall Rook (MSCRP '16) recently was awarded a Wagner Free Institute of Science Humanities & Arts Research Fellowship. The Wagner Free Institute of Science at 17th and Montgomery Avenue is a Victorian-era National Historic Landmark museum and educational institution, with free public education courses on science, now in their 160th year. The Temple University - Wagner Free Institute of Science Humanities & Arts Research Alliance is intended to stimulate opportunities for faculty and graduate students in the humanities and the arts at Temple to work with the institute. This will  establish a research alliance between the University and the intitute and the hope is that these fellowships expand into continuing research and an ongoing research alliance. Read More

December 9, 2016

Cheryl Harper (Art History BA, MA) publishes in Collections: A Journal for Museum and Archives Professionals, Volume 12, number 1, winter 2016

Author: Jane DeRose Evans

Cheryl Harper (BA, MA Art History) has written " A Corner Cupboard Spills Family History" in Collections: A Journal for Museum and Archives Professionals, Volume 12, number 1, winter 2016. The article explores how to approach downsizing a home while carefully documenting potential historic possessions and linking them with lost family history through family papers, historical research, archives, and genealogical research. Read More

December 5, 2016

Early Career Art Teachers at Tyler

Author: issarevell

Every month, alumni of Tyler's Art Education program return to campus for Early Career Art Teacher meet-ups. These meetings are fun, supportive get-togethers where new teachers can share their experiences in the classroom, present lesson plan ideas, and make connections within the Philadelphia education community. This past week, Tyler's early career art teachers had a chance to visit the Art of Student Teaching exhibition and participate in a workshop led by Michael Catalano (pictured above). Read More