Laura Fernández-González awarded Society of Antiquaries Grant
Laura Fernández-González (University of Lincoln, UK) has been awarded a research grant by the Society of Antiquaries–London for her Emilio Harth-Terré project (1899-1983). Harth-Terré was a prominent Peruvian architect, critic, and art and architectural historian, whose contribution to the development of a Peruvian artistic and architectural identity was monumental in his period. For this pilot project, Laura will explore Harth-Terré’s collection of drawings, plans, photographs, and correspondence kept in the Library at the University of Lima and the Latin American Library at Tulane University.
Therese Martin: Medieval Treasuries
Therese Martin has launched a new webpage for her research projects. Entitled Medieval Treasuries: Iberia and Beyond, it includes links to all related publications, many of which are available in open access.
Michael Schreffler awarded Spiro Kostof Book Award
Michael Schreffler (University of Notre Dame) has been awarded the 2023 Spiro Kostof Book Award from the Society of Architectural Historians for Cuzco: Incas, Spaniards, and the Making of a Colonial City (Yale University Press, 2020).
Olga Bush delivers Madīnat al-Zahrā lecture
Olga Bush (Vassar College) has delivered a lecture, titled, “Madīnat al-Zahrā’: The Ecology and Landscape Architecture of the caliphal city,” in the Department of Art at Columbia University.
Angel Jiang curates Tradition and Transformation exhibition
Angel Jiang, Curator of Collections & Study Room Initiatives at the University of New Mexico Art Museum, has curated Tradition and Transformation: Colonial New Spain and Contemporary Hispanic America at the UNM Art Museum (March 30-September 30). This permanent collection exhibition features historic colonial Spanish paintings, retablos, and bultos alongside prints and photographs by contemporary Hispanic artists who preserve and transform this tradition in modern mediums.