Josh Anthony, a Ph.D. Student in the History Department who specializes in Latin American and Global and Comparative History, won a fellowship at the Hispanic Society of America in New York City, where he will be doing independent research on their Mexican collection as well as helping the curatorial and archival staff.
After several years of being closed, the Hispanic Society is opening again to the public and the Rockefeller Brothers Curatorial Research Fellowship provides Josh the opportunity to not only assist with its reopening but also allows him to participate in their large exhibition commemorating the painter Joaquín Sorolla. He is eager to gain experience with a variety of public exhibitions within their art museum. In addition to this work, he and the other fellows will be asked to present their own research projects. All of which will directly benefit him as he continues to work on his dissertation.
Congratulations to Josh Anthony!