Williams College Honors Art History Graduate Students

June 1, 2021—The Williams Graduate Program in the History of Art, offered in collaboration with the Clark Art Institute, will celebrate the program’s 14 graduates at its Graduate Symposium on Friday, June 4. Graduates will present papers and participate in the annual M.A. Hooding Ceremony. Continue reading »

Pallavi Sen, Art feminism art crafts social media printmaking textiles sculpture eco-feminism Indian arts and crafts sustainability environment India Instagram  … Continue reading »

Michelle Apotsos, Art African art, culture, and aesthetics African and Afro-Islamic architecture materiality and medium-based analyses globalization in the developing world and its visual impacts… Continue reading »

Gage McWeeny, English Nineteenth-century novel and realism more generally Victorian poetry non-fiction prose, and drama sociology and literature literature and science the history of criticism twentieth-century and contemporary experimental, uncreative, or conceptual writing and art aesthetics and boredom… Continue reading »