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Schenley Park Entrance 1922

Schenley Park Entrance, 1922, Pittsburgh City Photographer Collection, courtesy of the Archives Service Center, University of Pittsburgh

 

Picturing Nature in Early 20th Century Oakland

PhD Student in History of Art and Architecture

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  • Visual Knowledge
  • Dioramas in Context
  • Graduate Work
  • Collecting Knowledge Pittsburgh
 

Botanical dioramas, collaborative research, digital space

PhD Student in History of Art and Architecture

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  • Visual Knowledge
  • Dioramas in Context
  • Undergraduate Work
  • Graduate Work
  • Collecting Knowledge Pittsburgh
 

Dioramas at the Field Museum

PhD Student in History of Art and Architecture

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  • Dioramas in Context
  • Graduate Work
Botany Hall, Carnegie Museum of Natural History
 

The Botanical Dioramas of the Carnegie Museum of Natural History

PhD Student in History of Art and Architecture

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  • Visual Knowledge
  • Dioramas in Context
  • Debating Visual Knowledge
  • Graduate Work
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HA&A Graduate Student Trip to the College Art Association Annual Conference

With generous support from the Dean of Graduate Studies, ten HA&A graduate students (Maria Castro, Nicole Coffineau, Clarisse Fava-Piz, Annika Johnson, Isaac King, Colleen O’Reilly, Ben Ogrodnik, Nicole Scalissi, Krystle Stricklin, and Marina Tyquiengco) traveled to New York to conduct individual research and attend the annual conference of the College Arts Association.

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  • Agency
  • Temporalities
  • Environment
  • Identity
  • Mobility/Exchange
  • Visual Knowledge
  • Graduate Work
  • Faculty Work
Underwood and Underwood, Traveling in the Holy Land through the Stereoscope

Underwood and Underwood, The Pool of Siloam, --outside of Jerusalem, Palestine, 1900, 2 photographs mounted on card; (8.5x17cm). From a collection of stereo views of Israel/Palestine c.1900. Collection of Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library, University of Toronto. http://haagradsymposium.pitt.edu/Abstracts/Richmond-Moll.pdf 

 

A Reflection on Debating Visual Knowledge

Earlier this month, students in History of Art and Architecture and Information Science at the University of Pittsburgh hosted Debating Visual Knowledge, an interdisciplinary graduate symposium.

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  • Visual Knowledge
  • Current Projects
  • Debating Visual Knowledge
  • Graduate Work
  • UAG