Nadia DelMedico is a second-year graduate student who assists in ARH 252, ARH 376 and ARH 385. Her research interests are in American art history, focusing on cross-cultural artistic exchange and the work of immigrant and expatriate artists. DelMedico received the BA in art history from The University of Alabama in 2019 and was a Randall Research Scholar. She initially entered in biology, but changed over to art history after taking courses. Her research focused on the history of slavery on The University of Alabama campus and slavery in Alabama. She has co-presented research with American art historian Dr. Rachel Stephens at the national symposium, “Universities, Slavery, Public Memory, and the Built Landscape,” sponsored by the University of Virginia and the Slave Dwelling Project, where she was the only undergraduate to present. She recently presented her research at the Southern Studies Conference, Montgomery, Ala. In fall 2019, she co-curated “Public Charge”: Diasporic Immigrant Artists, with her fellow students in African American art historian Dr. Wendy Castenell’s ARH 490/550, at the Paul R. Jones Museum.