Jennifer Way, University of North Texas, published “Mobilizing Craft: Diplomacy in the International Turn of American Art History,” in MODOS Revista de História da Arte 2 no. 1 (2018). Find it at https://www.publionline.iar.unicamp.br/index.php/mod/article/view/967.
She presented “When photos lie to you: visual depictions of needs-based aid among the displaced in postcolonial Vietnam” at the American Historical Association annual conference, and she is chairing the session, “Cultures of Allegiance and Resistance: U.S. Efforts at Peace and Militarism through Art” at the 2018 annual conference of the Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations.
Her MA art history students are active in presenting their research, too. Current student Athena Buxton is presenting “Losing Her Space: Charlotte Salomon’s Leben? Oder Theater? and Inaccessible Places” at Things Left Behind: Material Culture, Disaster, and the Human Experience, University of Missouri, Art History and Archaeology Graduate Student Association Symposium. A recent graduate of the program, Isabel Lee, is presenting “Soft American Power? ca 1970, Contemporary Art from Lebanon,” in the Art in Middle Eastern Diplomacy session at College Art Association annual conference, Los Angeles.