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Art History: 4 PhDs + 1 MA

Submitted on June 2, 2016 - 10:40am
Jennifer Henneman at 2016 Graduation Celebration
Jennifer Henneman at 2016 Graduation Celebration

Five graduate students from the Division of Art History completed their degrees during the 2015-2016 academic year. Below is a list with their dissertation and project titles.

Jennifer R. Henneman, PhD, March 2016
primary faculty adviser: Susan Casteras
dissertation: Her Representation Precedes Her: Transatlantic Celebrity, Portraiture, and Visual Culture, 1865-1890

Lauren Palmor, PhD, March 2016
primary faculty adviser: Susan Casteras
dissertation: Shadows and Light: Seeing Senescence in British and American Genre Painting, ca. 1850-1910

Daniele Di Lodovico, PhD, June 2016
primary faculty adviser: Stuart Lingo
dissertation: Revising Devotion: The Role of Wooden Sculptures in Affecting Painting and Devotion in the Late Medieval Period in Italy (XII-XV century)

Philip Kendrick Hafferty, MA, June 2016
primary faculty adviser: Meredith Clausen
practicum project: Sit Awhile and Have Some Tea: A Comparative Analysis of Three Japanese Tea Ceremony Houses at Public Japanese-style Gardens in the Pacific Northwest

Amanda B. Waterman, PhD, June 2016
primary faculty adviser: Susan Casteras
dissertation: Neo-Pre-Raphaelitism: The Final Generations

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