In recognition of the University of Arizona’s vibrant Museum Studies Certificate Program, Museum Studies Research Prizes will be awarded to honor distinguished research and writing in the discipline of museum studies. The research addresses issues related to museum studies, including but not limited to museum history and theory, exhibitions, curatorial practices, museum education, conservation, preservation, registration, and museum archival research.
The event will be held virtually. Join us HERE on December 3.
The 2021 Museum Studies Research Paper Prize Presentations
Friday, December 3, 3:30 p.m.
Colin Blakely, Director, School of Art
Carissa DiCindio and Irene Bald Romano, Co-chairs, Museum Studies Graduate Certificate Program
Ryann Squires (Art History), Undergraduate Prize
“No Justice, No Peace”: The Black Lives Matter Movement and the Repatriation of African Art and Artifacts
Raven Moffett (Photography | Video | Imaging/Certificate in Museum Studies), Masters Prize
A Critically Incomplete Provenance of Inuit Art, Gifted by H.G. Jones to the Permanent Collection of the Turchin Center for the Visual Arts, Boone, NC
Rebecca J. Harkness (Anthropology), PhD Prize
May the Ancestors Be with You: Indigenous Futurisms in “The Force is with Our People” at the Museum of Northern Arizona