Astrid Tvetenstrand, PhD Candidate, has been awarded a 2022 Travel Grant from the Association of Historians of American Art. The grant will defray conference expenses at the College Art Association's annual meeting.
PhD Candidate, Perri Meldon, will serve as a fellow in the National Park Service and collaborate with the National Council on Public History on a Disability History Handbook for educational and interpretive programming, as well as preservation efforts. Congratulations Perri!
Daniel DeFraia, PhD Candidate, published an article, Why Did the DoD Abandon a Report Tracking 139 Military Mental Health Programs, on Truthout. It is available to be read here. Congratulations Dan!
Samantha Pickette successfully defended her dissertation, "Bridging the JAP: The Female-Driven Reconception of the Young Jewish Woman in American Popular Culture during the 1970s," last Friday! Congratulations, Samantha!
The Preservation Studies Program Presents: Spiritual Submergence and Experiential Reuse of Historic Built Environment
Please join us on November 12th at 11:15 AM EST.
The 2021 edition of our annual newsletter, The Boston Americanist, is now available to be viewed here! As the world has continued to change and adapt...we are still so proud of our students, faculty, and alumni. Read about what has been happening in this latest edition.
PhD students Grace McGowan and Perri Meldon are teaching two awesome courses for AMNESP this summer. Please share with anyone who might be interested. Registration for Summer Term 2021 opens on February 25!
More information on the courses can be found here.
Please join Professor Kim Sichel (Department of History of Art & Architecture) for a virtual book talk celebrating her recent publication. The book was published by Yale University Press and the talk is being sponsored by the Addison Gallery of American Art.
The 2020 edition of our annual newsletter, The Boston Americanist, is now available to be viewed here! While the year had a more bizarre end that we would have liked, our students, faculty, and alumni all had some major accomplishments, and we could not be more proud.