Nelly Abravanel graduated from Harvard College in 2005 with a degree in History of Art and Architecture. After graduation, she returned to Athens, Greece, where she was born and raised, and worked briefly for a Greek TV station. In late 2006, she moved to London and got her Master's degree in Media and Communications at the London School of Economics. After writing a dissertation on the British newspapers' coverage of London Fashion Week and the "size zero model" debate, she...
Unfulfilled as a lawyer, Robin Kelsey took a leap and began a career in photography and teaching. Today he is the Dean of Arts and Humanities in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences and the Shirley Carter Burden Professor of Photography in the Department of History of Art and Architecture.
Gulru Necipoglu was invited to lecture for the Universität Zürich History Department Summer School in İstanbul, "Master of Advanced Studies in Applied History," directed by Prof. Maurus Reinkowski, titled “The Topkapı Palace in Istanbul: Center of Ottoman Imperial Rule,” and gave a tour of the palace itself, June 6, 2015
Awarded the James R. and Isabel D. Hammond Thesis Prize in Latin American Studies - through DRCLAS -for her thesis, "The Persistence of Nahua Artistry and Beliefs in Actopan's Open Chapel Wall Paintings"
Wilkinson, Eleanor Westwood for her submission entitled "Dangerous Visions: Idolatry as Metaphor in Late Nineteenth-Century American Realism" - nominated by Professor Amanda Claybaugh and Professor Jennifer Roberts. Nora is a joint concentrator in History of Art and Architecture and English.