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April 24, 2018

Getty Foundation and American Council of Learned Societies Award Ten Art History Fellowships

NEW YORK—The Getty Foundationand the American Council of Learned Societieshave awarded the first round of postdoctoral fellowships in the history of art to ten academics from the United States, Canada, and Italy. Fellows are granted $60,000, plus $5,000 for travel, to support research and writing for early-career scholars during the 2018–19 academic year. A weeklong residency at the Getty Research Institute in Los Angeles is also provided.

The Getty/ACLS Postdoctoral Fellowships in the History of Art marks the Getty Foundation’s return to supporting art historical research since 2009; the foundation had awarded research grants since its creation in 1984. The American Council of Learned Societies represents seventy-five scholarly organizations in the United States and awards more than $20 million in research grants annually.

The Getty/ACLS Postdoctoral Fellows in the History of Art and their research projects are:

Nadia Bayer
Postdoctoral Fellow, Digital Humanities and American Studies, Yale University
The Decisive Network: Magnum Photos and the Postwar Image Market

Brooke Belisle
Assistant Professor, Art, State University of New York, Stony Brook
The Bigger Picture: A History and Theory of Expanded Views

Gianluca del Monaco
Adjunct Professor, Arts, Università di Bologna
The Early Stages of the Illustration of the Decretum Gratiani

Peyvand Firouzeh
Postdoctoral Fellow, Art History, Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz
Constructing Legitimacy along Sea Routes: Things and Ideas between Fifteenth-Century Iran and Deccan India

Andrew James Hamilton
Lecturer, Art and Archaeology, Princeton University
The Emperor’s New Clothes: The Biography of a Royal Inca Tunic

Natilee Harren
Assistant Professor, Art History, University of Houston
Fluxus Forms: Scores, Multiples, and the Eternal Network

Gul Kale
Visiting Scholar, Islamic Studies, McGill University
Unfolding Text, Image, and Artifact: Theory, Poetics, and Ethics in Cafer Enfendi’s Seventeenth-Century Book on Ottoman Architecture

Emily Neumeier
Postdoctoral Fellow, History of Art, The Ohio State University
Fortune and Triumph: The Architectural Transformation of the Ottoman Provinces in the Age of Revolutions

Sarah Selvidge
Visiting Scholar, Architecture, University of California, Berkeley
Modernism and Miracles: Housing in Post-Revolutionary Mexico

Christina Weyl
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Humanities and Social Sciences, The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art
Living in Color: The Explosion of Color in American Printmaking, 1935-1965

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