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Elena Boeck served as Director of Byzantine Studies at Dumbarton Oaks Library and Research Center from July 2016-June 2017.

Delia Cosentino published the article "Geography Unbound in Héctor Duarte’s Mariposas migrantes," in a special issue of the journal Diálogo devoted to Latin American and Latino art this spring.

Mark DeLancey published the book "Conquest and Construction: Palace Architecture in Northern Cameroon" with the publisher Brill.

Joanna Gardner-Huggett was named to a three-year term on the National Committee on Women in the Arts, College Art Association.

Curtis Hansman was awarded an LAS Excellence in Teaching Award for Contingent Faculty in fall 2016.

Elizabeth Lillehoj co-edited the anthology Art and Sovereignty published with Palgrave Press in 2017.

Lisa Mahoney’s essay "Art and Efficacy in an Icon of St. George" will be published in the anthology "The Eloquence of Art: Studies in Honor of Henry Maguire" by Taylor and Francis.

Mark Pohlad’s monograph "James R. Hopkins: Faces of the Heartland" by Ohio State University Press in August 2017, accompanying a multi-venue exhibition sponsored by the Columbus Museum of Art.

Susan Solway’s recent book "Medieval Coins and Seals: Constructing Identity, Signifying Power" was selected as an "Outstanding Academic Title" by Brepols publishers. 

Simone Zurawski published the essay "The Alliances des Arts, the Chapelle des Lazaristes, and the Reliquary Shrine of Saint Vincent DePaul" in the Sacred Architecture Journal in 2016.