Art History & Art Conservation

DEPARTMENT OF

Art History & Art Conservation

DEPARTMENT OF

Art History & Art Conservation

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Happy New Year and Welcome to 2018!

Each year we have many accomplished graduates from the Art History undergraduate and Art Conservation graduate programs, but for our first post in 2018, we're sending our congratulations to Art History Graduate students who have recently completed their Master's or PhDs. 

All the best for 2018! 

Julie Hollenbach: "The Social Practice of Crafting: Gender, Class, and Race in Western Craft," co-supervised by Professor Emerita Janice Helland and Dr. Sandra Alfoldy (NSCAD).
 
Farruk Rafiq: "Nationalism and Pre-Raphaelite Art," supervised by Professor Emerita Janice Helland.
 
Agnes Ladon:  "The Art of Arctic Sovereignty: Towards Visualizing the North as Canadian, 1927–1974,"  co-supervised by Dr. Lynda Jessup and Dr. Jeffrey Brison. 
 
Elysia French: "A Crude Case: Landscapes of Extraction" in Canadian Contemporary Visual Culture," supervised by Lynda Jessup and Sarah Smith
 
Emily Marshall: "Interiority Complex: The Intimacy of Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec's Elles," supervised by Dr. Allison Morehead