Art History: Student Honors, Awards, Publications, and Other Activities

Raffaele Bedarida (Art History) has taught at Brooklyn College (Graduate Teaching Fellow), MoMA (Lecturer), and the Guggenheim Museum (gallery educator). As curator of the Harlem Studio Fellowship residency program, he started an artist-exchange collaboration with Mongin Art Space in Seoul (Korea) and presented the show On the Block at the New York Photo Festival in Dumbo, New York. He curated artist Moira Ricci’s exhibition within the video survey She Devil 4 at Studio Miscetti, Rome. With Ruggero Montrasio, he coedited Susanna Pozzoli. On the Block: Harlem Private View (Turin: Allemandi, 2010). (posted 3-2011)

Mary (Helen) Burnham (Art History) received a 2009–10 research fellowship from the Center for Craft, Creativity and Design. She also received a CUNY Writing Fellowship for the 2010–11 academic year. (posted 3-2011)

Ta√≠na Caragol (Art History) became the curator of education at the Museo de Arte de Ponce in Puerto Rico, beginning in August 2010. From February to June of 2010 she worked as a consultant to Lord Cultural Resources for the Programming and Collections Report for the proposed National Museum of the American Latino. From 2009–10 she held a Hearst Dissertation Fellowship. Since 2007, she has been consultant Latin American bibliographer at the Museum of Modern Art Library. (posted 3-2011)

Ananda Cohen (Art History) was awarded a two-month John Carter Brown Library Fellowship and a GC-sponsored dissertation fellowship for her research on “Mural Painting and Social Change in the Colonial Andes, 1626–1830.” She was also selected to participate in the Emerging Scholars of Latin American Art session at the College Art Association (CAA) conference in 2011. (posted 3-2011)

Elizabeth Cronin (Art History) received a CUNY Writing Fellowship for the 2010–11 academic year. (posted 3-2011)

Marisa Lerer (Art History) was the recipient of a CUNY Writing Fellowship (2010–11); the New York University/Universit√© de Rennes Research Center Fellowship (Spring 2010); the IIE Fulbright (2009); and the Koonja Mitchell Memorial Prize, CUNY (2009). (posted 3-2011)

Submitted on: MAR 1, 2011

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