UNM Art History alumna, Suzanne McLeod (Ph.D. 2020) awarded the Popejoy Dissertation Prize

UNM Art History alumna, Suzanne McLeod (Ph.D. 2020) has been awarded the Popejoy Dissertation Prize for her ground-breaking dissertation on Spanish-Indigenous contact in the Pacific Northwest in the 18th century. Suzanne is currently the Assistant Professor of Indigenous Art History at the University of Manitoba, where she has worked to expand the curriculum, especially with Indigenous curricular offerings, curate exhibitions, present at conferences, organize workshops, and publish grant-supported research.

The Covington-Rhode Award Winners

The Covington-Rhode Award Winners

We're thrilled to announce the winners of the Covington-Rhode Award, made possible through the generous support of UNM Alumna Dr. Patricia Covington and Shari Rhode. Congratulations to Lauren Reddington, Andrew Roibal, and Liz Courts! Lauren Reddington is a visual...

Paloma and Leila: A Tale of Twin Triumph

Paloma and Leila: A Tale of Twin Triumph

As twins, they’ve encountered hurdles, yet their bond and resilience shine through. In the academic world, Paloma and Leila worked under the mentorship of Professor Subhankar Banerjee on a project involving biodiversity justice and visual culture through the UNM...

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