Our fall research abroad blog post comes from Victoria S. who is spending this year at the Hanne Darboven Foundation in Hamburg. Thanks Victoria! Big or small, in a museum, at an independent archive, in some gallerist’s friend’s basement, archives all have their own advantages and disadvantages, their own idiosyncrasies you won’t be able to [...]
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Dear all, It’s been awhile since we’ve had a student write about his/her research experiences abroad, and this month, Quincy has kindly agreed to share two snapshots into the dissertation research he has conducted this summer in China. Enjoy! Thanks Quincy! Lotus (He)and Crab (Xie)During my dissertation research, I had the chance to talk to [...]
Click on the title of this post for a link to the review published on the library’s website of Kelli Wood’s exhibition On the Edge: Medieval Margins and the Margins of Academic Life, currently on view in the Special Collections Research Center Exhibition Gallery through September 11th. Congrats!
Thank you Grillmasters! Goodbye Megan, you will be missed! Thanks Super CM!
Champagne reception, Friday June 7, 2012.
Summer is just around the corner…
What kind of image reproduction devices do people use? Fifth year Maggie T. is interested in hearing about other art history grad students’ experiences using various types of image reproduction devices. What brands/types/models have worked well? Why? What kind of negative experiences have you encountered? We’re interested in more than just the scanner/copier name–more along the [...]
…and we are ready for your core course request slips!
It’s finally winter in Chicago. Yesterday’s high was in the 50s and today…the first snowfall of the season. Stay warm everyone!