Graduate Students

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H.C. ArnoldH.C. Arnold (MA Program)
homer.arnold@email.ucr.edu

Areas of Interest: Postmodern and contemporary art, conceptualism (including proto- and post-conceptual practices), sound art, counterculture aesthetics, interdisciplinary practices, post-structuralism, and continental philosophy.
MollyBondBond, Molly (Doctoral Program)
molly.bond@email.ucr.edu

Areas of Interest: 15th-17th century European art; the development of meta-representations within early modern art.

Awards: 2017-2018 recipient of the Gluck Fellowship award
Heather CassedayCasseday, Heather (MA Program)
heather.casseday@email.ucr.edu

Areas of Interest: Medieval and early modern European art; textiles and cultural exchange.
chiangsmallChiang, Wan-Ling (Doctoral Program)
wanling.chian@email.ucr.edu

Areas of Interest: 20th century Asian art and cultural politics, with particular interests in the process of canon formation as well as related issues including taste, identity, cultural transmission and the history of art historical writing.
Shannon DaileyDailey, Shannon (MA Program)
shannon.dailey@email.ucr.edu

Areas of Interest: Medieval art and 19th century Medievalism in Victorian Britain, predominantly concerning Pre-Raphaelitism and the Arts and Crafts Movement, with an emphasis on spirituality and religious institutions. I also have a particular interest in the interplay of pagan and Christian ideologies in Arthurian legend.
Savannah DearhamerDearhamer, Savannah (MA Program)
savannah.dearhamer@email.ucr.edu

Areas of Interest: Late 19th century/20th century Western art history, artists concerning WWII politics, Jewish artists and patronage, the intersection of gender studies particularly in religious contexts, as well as topics in museum studies and the commercial art world.

Awards and Fellowships: 2018-2019 recipient of the Gluck Fellowship award
FalzoneFalzone Robinson, Carlotta (Doctoral Candidate)
carlotta.falzonerobinson@email.ucr.edu

Dissertation title: Archibald Knox: British Modernity and Celtic Identity

Awards and Fellowships: 2017 Paul Mellon Centre for British Art, London: Research Support Grant, 2017/18 UCR CIS: Global 19th Century Student Fellow and Graduate Student Research Grant, UCR Graduate Mentoring Research Award
Hanna LeeLee, Hanna Yoonwoo (MA Program)
hanna.lee004@email.ucr.edu

Area of Interest: Modern and contemporary East Asian art history and visual studies, especially within issues of Korean modernity and cultural hybridity.

Awards: 2017-2018 recipient of the Gluck Fellowship award
Angela LessingLessing, Angela (MA Program)
angela.lessing@email.ucr.edu

Area of Interest: Contemporary Latin American female photography, with a particular interest in post-revolution female photographers from Mexico.

Awards: 2017-2018 recipient of the Gluck Fellowship award
LithgowLithgow, Timothy (Doctoral Program)
timothy.lithgow@email.ucr.edu

Area of Interest: Twentieth and twenty-first century modern and contemporary art with particular interest in the history of photography.

Awards: 2017 recipient of the Richard C. Carrott Memorial Fund Award
manesssmallManess, Rebecca (MA Program)
rebecca.maness@email.ucr.edu

Area of Interest: Nineteenth century European and American art, especially during the Victorian era. She is especially interested in women artists, representations of women, visual/material culture, and museum studies.

Awards: 2017-2018 recipient of the Gluck Fellowship award
neri-lewissmallNeri Lewis, Cynthia (Doctoral Candidate)
cynthia.neri@email.ucr.edu

Area of Interest: Early Modern Ibero-American art, with an emphasis on the art of the missions of Northern New Spain/ Spanish borderlands.

Dissertation title: Illuminated Walls of the California Missions: The Index of American Design California Project (1936-1942) and the Creation of a Usable Past

Awards: 2017-2018 recipient of the Gluck Fellowship award, 2017-2018 recipient of the Carrott Award.
querinsmallQuerin, Camilla (Doctoral Program)
camilla.querin@email.ucr.edu

Area of Interest: Contemporary art and photography with a special attention to the intersection between visual arts and politics. Her primary focus is artistic production and curatorial practices during the dictatorships that shaped Latin American political and cultural history of the 1960s-1980s.
Cambra SklarzCambra Sklarz (Doctoral Program)
cambra.sklarz@email.ucr.edu

Area of Interest: American art of the eighteenth, nineteenth, and early twentieth centuries.