Dr. Jennifer M. Feltman published, “The Afflicted Body of Job and the Aesthetic of Wholeness in Gothic Sculpture,” in The Routledge Companion to Art and Disability, edited by Keri W. Watson and Timothy Hiles (Routledge, 2022). The book contains essays that explore disability in visual culture to uncover the ways in which bodily and cognitive differences are articulated physically and theoretically, and demonstrates the ways in which disability is culturally constructed.
Dr. Tanja Jones, Dr. Doris Sung and Rebecca Teague co-presented on their new digital project, Global Makers: Women Artists in the Early Modern Courts, at CAA 2022, the annual conference of the College Art Association, in a session sponsored by the Digital Art History Association: Dismantling the Patriarchal Canon: Foregrounding Women Artists and Patrons through Digital Art History.
Dr. Rachel Stephens presented a paper, “Sarcasm, Childhood, and Abolitionist Print Culture in the Work of David Claypoole Johnston,” at CAA 2022, the annual conference of the College Art Association, in the session Abolitionist Aesthetics.
Daniel White, director of the Paul R. Jones Museum and The University of Alabama Gallery, was selected to be the juror for the B22: Wiregrass Biennial, a juried exhibition open to artists living and working in the South.
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