The past few weeks have been awful busy as classes have come to an end and two more of our graduate students have successfully defended their theses. First, we had Kerry Pintabona, who channeled the work of such theorists as Marshall McLuhan and Alison Landsberg to defend her thesis, "Framing Artwork in a Digital Age." Then we had Sarah Sedman successfully defend her microhistory of her grandmother, which was entitled, “Toby Sedman: Jewish American Lower Class Woman." It was truly wonderful work by both of these young scholars.
Congrats again to Kerry (left) and Sarah (right)!