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​Marin Sullivan​ published ​​Alloys: American Sculpture and Architecture at Midcentury​​​ (Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press, 2022).​
Simone Zurawski's book The Iconographie of the “Heroic" Saint Vincent de Paul & The Foundlings: Origins and Exceptionality in the Salons of the Bourbon Restoration, 1817 to 1824 , published by the Vincentian Studies Institute, is expected for 2023.

Delia Cosentino published “Transplanting Christianity: Franciscan Martyrdom and the Spiritual Tree in Early Colonial Mexico” in Spiritual Vegetation: Vegetal Nature in Religious Contexts Across Medieval and Early Modern Europe, ed. Guita Lamsechi & B. Trinca, Göttingen, Germany: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, Spring 2022.
Delia Cosentino ​presented “Mapping Balbuena’s Grandeza Mexicana (1604) and Seeing the World” at the Midwest Art History Society Annual Conference in Houston, Texas, in February 2022.​

Elena Boeck​ was named a ​​2022-2024 Fellow for the ​DePaul Humanities Center Fellows Program.​

Joanna Gardner-Huggett​ published “The Art of Flocking: Sapphire and Crystals, Education, Community Building, and Collaboration,” Panorama, Journal of Historians of American Art 7, 2 (Fall 2021), 1-15.
https://editions.lib.umn.edu/panorama/article/women-artists-and-teaching/the-art-of-flocking/
 
Mark DeLancey presented “Colonial Era Architecture of the Colonized in Early 20th Century Cameroon"​ in the Architectures of Colonialism: Constructed Histories, Conflicting Memories, Sixth Interdisciplinary Colloquium for the DFG Research Training​ Group 1913 Cultural and Technological Significance of Historic Buildings at​​​ Brandenburgische Technische Universität Cottbus-Senftenberg, Cottbus, Germany on June 18, 2021.

Cheryl Bachand​ presented and chaired the panel session "Museum/University Partners: Expanding Paths to Access Beyond Internships," at the American Alliance of Museums Annual Conference in June 2021.

Simone Zurawski​ published “The Chapelle des Lazaristes and Reliquary Shrine of St. Vincent de Paul, 1850 to 1860: An Exposé of Competing Aesthetic Schemes & Their Resolutions in the Alliance des Arts,” in Vincentian Heritage Journal, vol. 36 no. 1 (Spring 2021): Article 4. Accessible online at: 
http://via.library.depaul.edu/vhj/vol36/iss1/4

Simone Zurawski was the 2021 recipient for the Via Sapientiae Award.
 
Mark DeLancey presented “The Palace of King Njoya: Colonialism, Modernity, and Islam,”​ in the Silsila: Center for Material Histories Fall 2020 Lecture Series, Islam in Africa: Material Histories at New York University, New York on Oct. 14, 2020.​

Cheryl Bachand published “Rethinking Architecture in the Realm of House Museum Interpretation," in Kenneth C. Turino and Max A. Van Balgooy eds. Reimagining Historic House Museums: New Approaches and Proven Solutions,  (Rowman & Littlefield, 2019).​

Elena Boeck published “More Numerous than the Stars in Heaven: an Eighteenth-Century Multi-Media Compendium of Mariology,” in Vera Shevzov and Amy Adams, eds. Framing Mary (DeKalb: Northern Illinois Press, 2018).

Delia Cosentino is Guest Editor for the thematic volume “Cartographic Styles and Discourse” for Artl@s Bulletin, 7, 2 to be published in Autumn 2018.

Lisa Mahoney was awarded tenure and promoted to Associate Professor in June 2018.​

Simone Zurawski chaired and presented a paper at the session “Recent Trends in Art and Architecture of the Napoleonic Era and Beyond: Paris-Rome,” which was held at the annual meeting of the Consortium of the Revolutionary Era, 1750-1850 in February 2018.​

Mark DeLancey published five essays in Habitat: Vernacular Architecture for a Changing Planet (NY: Harry N. Abrams, 2017).

Joanna Gardner-Huggett co-edited a special issue of Historical Geography with Susan Gagliardi, entitled Spatial Art History in the Digital Realm (December 2017).

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

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

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

​​​In Memoriam

Professor Emerita Sally A. Kitt Chappell (1929–2021)​