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Pomona Art History Alum Ellen Moody (’06) Appears In Ny Times

Pomona art history alum Ellen Moody (’06) (on the right) helps install a sound suit by Nick Cave in the Brooklyn Museum.  For the full story see

Alum Scott B. Montgomery (’85) Publishes New Book–Casting Our Own Shadows

Scott B. Montgomery has just celebrated the publication of his second book, co-authored with Alice A. Bauer, Casting Our Own Shadows: Recreating the Medievel Pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela (University of the South Press, 2012).

Scripps Art History Alum’s Send Greetings From Madrid February 2010

Jean and Zoe in Madrid

Jean Powers and Zoe Larkins in Madrid

Scripps art history alum’s Jean Powers (’08), currently working towards a PhD in art history at Cornell University, and Zoe Larkins (’09), studying in the Masters program at the Courtauld Institute  in London, meet up in Madrid in February 2010 to enjoy the cultural offerings of this exciting city.

Amy Lyford (’86)

is Professor of Art History and Chair of Occidental College’s Art History and Visual Arts Department. Her book Surrealist Masculinities: Gender Anxiety and the Aesthetics of Post-World War I Reconstruction in France was published in 2007 by the University of California Press. She is currently working on a book entitled Negotiating Race, Labor, and Nation: Isamu Noguchi’s Modernism, 1930-1950.

Julie Nicoletta (’87)

is Professor of Art and Architectural History and Public History at the University of Washington, Tacoma. She presented a talk at Pomona College on April 7 at 4:15 pm in Lebus Court 113. The title of her talk was “Art out of Place: International Art Exhibits at the New York World’s Fair of 1964-1965,” which is based on a forthcoming article in the Journal of Social History. She has published two books, Buildings of Nevada (Oxford University Press, 2000) and The Architecture of the Shakers (Countryman Press/WW Norton, 1995).

Jordan Gadd (09), Judson Emerick, Julie Nicoletta ('87) and George Gorse gather after Julie's talk on April 7, 2009

Jordan Gadd (09), Judson Emerick, Julie Nicoletta (’87) and George Gorse gather after Julie’s talk on April 7, 2009