This year-length fellowship at the Smithsonian American Art Museum will support research on his dissertation, "'Living on the Edge': Craft, Land Use, and the American Environment."

These awards will support archival research in Paris for her dissertation, “Ephemeral Monuments, the Modern French State, and the Parisian Public, 1789-1848.”

Three HAA students have been invited to join Phi Beta Kappa, America’s most prestigious academic honor society.

Residing in the Neighborhood: A Narrative of Tehran's Dowlat Neighborhood in the Naseri Era (1848 -1896) is based on her Master's thesis.

The grants will support research for her dissertation, “A Spectacle of Inclusion: The Rise of Contemporary Art from the Arab World, Iran, and Turkey in the United States and England, 1970-2020.”

Graduating Senior Noelle Barr has earned top UCSB awards for her original research.

The fellowship will support completion of his field research at hackerspaces in Flint and Detroit, Michigan.

Graduating Senior Stephanie Ando is the UCSB 2021 Library Award Undergraduate Research Second Place Winner, Humanties & Fine Arts.

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