Dispatches from the Students: Bite-Sized Art History News

Kandi Doming, far right, with fellow student archaeologists at Poggio Colla in Italy, 2013.
Kandi Doming, far right, with fellow student archaeologists at Poggio Colla in Italy, 2013.

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From the Doctoral Students

Mariana von Hartenthal has been accepted to participate in the Photographic Process Identification Workshop at the Image Permanence Institute, in Rochester, NY. This is a five-day workshop, supported by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, that will take place in June. She has also been selected to attend the Comité International de l’Histoire de l’Art (CIHA) Conference in Rio de Janeiro this August, along with nineteen other Ph.D. candidates. The event is supported by the Getty Foundation and the Terra Foundation. She continues to carry out archival research for her dissertation, at the J. Marriott Library at the University of Utah, the Hay Library at Brown University, and the Brazilian National Library and Archives in Rio de Janeiro. Read more