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Ink and Image 8 has been published!

6 Sep

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Ink and Image, New York University’s journal of undergraduate research in the history of art, architecture, and urban design, published its eighth issue last month. The articles published in each issue of Ink and Image develop out of term papers and other research conducted by students in advanced Art History and Urban Design courses, independent studies, and senior honors theses.

The journal’s editors for the 2015-16 academic year were Barron Brocksmith, Sarah Lubin, and Anqi Xu, all Art History majors and members of the class of 2016. As in many years past, Professor Carol Krinsky provided guidance and assistance as the journal’s faculty advisor and editor.

Four articles, all by current NYU undergraduates or departmental alumni, appear in the eighth issue. The authors and their essays are as follows:

Patrick Bova (Gallatin ’18), “The Nine Worthies: Constructing Historical Space and Chivalric Identities.”

Daniela Mayer (Art History ’16), “Hidden in Plain Sight: ‘Secret’ Cult Temples in the Culturally Diverse City of Dura-Europos.”

Meredith Menache (Art History ’15), “Monsters of World War II: Categorizing the Monsters in Propaganda Posters.”

Maria Khimulya (Art History ’15), “Early Russian Icons: Spiritual and Political at the Convergence of Heaven and Earth.”

Ink and Image was founded in 2008-09 by department alumni Malcolm St. Clair (Urban Design and Architecture Studies ’09) and Alexis Wang (Art History ’09) with the goal of expanding the community of scholars at NYU by publishing original undergraduate research in the history and theory of art and architecture. Former College of Arts & Science Dean Matthew Santirocco and Dean Sally Sanderlin provided crucial support toward the launch of Ink and Image, which continues to benefit from the support of the current CAS Dean, Gabrielle Starr, the CAS administration and Student Council, and the Department of Art History. You can read about previous issues of the journal in our earlier posts.

Ink and Image is distributed to the New York Public Library, the Library of Congress, the Art Institute of Chicago, and the Getty Research Institute, as well as Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland, and Technical University in Dresden, Germany.

Hearty congratulations to the authors and editors on their splendid achievements. Please stop by the Department of Art History and pick up a copy of Ink and Image 8. *

*This is a corrected version of the original blog post.

 

 

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“Ink and Image” seeking editors for 2016-17

1 Mar
Dear Art History and Urban Design Majors,
Ink and Image, the Art History Department’s journal of original undergraduate scholarship, is looking for editors for the 2016-2017 school year. Those that are interested should write a short paragraph explaining why you would like to be editor. Please send paragraphs to inkandimagenyu@gmail.com with “Editor” in the subject line by March 7th.
Best,
The Editors of Ink and Image

Submit your work to Ink and Image

5 Feb

Dear Art History Majors,

Ink and Image, the art history department’s journal of original undergraduate scholarship, is currently looking for submissions for our 2016 publication. The submission can be a term paper or the product of an independent research project, so long as it is an original idea and research. Papers should be 10-20 pages long. The deadline is coming up quickly, Monday, February 15. Selected students will undergo a series of edits with the student co-editors and Professor Krinsky, and their work will be published in the journal in the spring.
In addition, thesis writers are eligible to submit an abridged version of their final thesis or a portion of it.
Submissions and any questions should be sent to inkandimagenyu@gmail.com
Best,
The Editors of Ink and Image

Ink & Image Seeks Student Submissions

13 Dec

Calling all Art History and Urban Design majors, 

“Ink and Image,” the department’s journal of original undergraduate scholarship in art history and urban design, is currently looking for submissions for our 2016 publication. The submission can be a term paper or the product of an independent research project, so long as it is an original idea and research. Papers should be 10-20 pages long and the deadline for submissions will be February 15. Selected students will then undergo a series of edits with the student co-editors and Professor Krinsky, and their work will be published in the journal in the spring.
In addition, thesis writers are eligible to submit an abridged version of their final thesis or a portion of it.
 
Submissions and any questions should be sent to inkandimagenyu@gmail.com
 
Best of luck with final exams!
 
The editors of “Ink and Image”

Zachary Fine (Gallatin ’15) awarded a 2016 Rhodes Scholarship

24 Nov

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Hearty congratulations to Zachary Fine, who has been selected as a 2016 Rhodes Scholar.

Rhodes Scholarships support two or three years of study at the University of Oxford. Zachary, who graduated from Gallatin this spring with concentrations in art history and philosophy, will pursue an M.St. in the History of Art and Visual Culture and an M.Sc. in Criminology and Criminal Justice while at Oxford.

In addition to his other interests and accomplishments, Zachary is a past contributor to and editor of Ink and Image, the undergraduate research journal of the Department of Art History and Program for Urban Design and Architecture Studies. Zachary’s essay, “Lucia Freud’s Naked Girl with Egg: A Meditation on Temporality,” appeared in Ink and Image 5 (2013). Zachary served as co-editor of Ink and Image 6 (2014) and senior editor of the most recent, seventh issue of the journal, published this past spring.

 

Ink and Image 7 has been published!

29 Jul

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Ink and Image, New York University’s journal of undergraduate research in the history of art, architecture, and urban design, published its seventh issue last month.

The articles published in each issue of Ink and Image develop out of term papers and other research conducted by students in advanced Art History and Urban Design courses, independent studies, and senior honors theses.

The journal’s Senior Editor for the 2014-15 academic year was Zachary Fine (Gallatin ’15); the Associate Editor was Jesslyn Guntur (Urban Design & Architecture Studies ’15). Zachary, who concentrated in art history and philosophy, served as a co-editor of the journal’s sixth issue and was a contributor to Ink and Image 5. Once again, Professor Carol Krinsky provided invaluable guidance and assistance as the journal’s faculty advisor and editor.

Four articles, all by current NYU undergraduates or departmental alumni, appear in the seventh issue. The authors and their essays are as follows:

Caroline O. Fowler (Art History ’05; Ph.D. Art & Archaeology, Princeton University ’13), “The City of God as Source for the Mosaic Program at Monreale;”

Nora Gorman (Art History; History minor ’15), “Manuscript Collecting as Statecraft in the Courts of King Charles V of France and Jean, Duke of Berry, 1364-1416;”

Alex Greenberger (Art History ’15), “The Spiritual Unity of Bill Viola’s Going for by Day;”

Elizabeth Meshel (Urban Design & Architecture Studies; Art History minor ’15), “Reevaluating Romanization: The Arches of Septimius Severus.”

Ink and Image was founded in 2008-09 by department alumni Malcolm St. Clair (Urban Design and Architecture Studies ’09) and Alexis Wang (Art History ’09) with the goal of expanding the community of scholars at NYU by publishing original undergraduate research in the history and theory of art and architecture. Former College of Arts & Science Dean Matthew Santirocco and Dean Sally Sanderlin provided crucial support toward the launch of Ink and Image, which continues to benefit from the support of the current CAS Dean, Gabrielle Starr, the CAS administration, and the CAS Student Council. Read about previous issues of the journal, including the roster of past authors and editors here and here.

Ink and Image is distributed to the New York Public Library, the Library of Congress, the Art Institute of Chicago, and the Getty Research Institute, as well as Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland, and Technical University in Dresden, Germany.

Hearty congratulations to the authors and editors on their splendid achievements. Please stop by the Department of Art History and pick up a copy of Ink and Image 7.

Kathryn A. Smith

“Ink and Image” publishes its sixth issue

12 Jun

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Ink and Image, New York University’s journal of undergraduate research in the history of art, architecture, and urban design, published its sixth issue earlier this month.

The articles published in each issue of Ink and Image develop out of term papers and other research conducted by students in advanced Art History and Urban Design courses, independent studies, and senior honors theses.

The journal’s student editors for the 2013-14 academic year were Anna van Niekerk (Art History/Politics ’14) and Zachary Fine (Gallatin ’15), both of whom published articles in last year’s issue (see our May 23rd, 2013 blogpost). Van Niekerk and Fine also created the sleek new cover design; thanks go to Department of Art History Administrative Assistant Josh Kwassman for his assistance as well. Once again, Professor Carol Krinsky provided invaluable guidance and assistance as faculty advisor and editor.

Five articles, all by current NYU undergraduates or departmental alumni, appear in the sixth issue. The authors and their essays are as follows:

Katherine French (Art History/Anthropology ’13), “Semantic Instability: Zwelethu Mthethewa’s Local and Global Reception.”

Devon Hersch (Art History ’14), “Collapsing the Postmodern into the Medieval: Dark Souls.

Liz Lorenz (Art History ‘15), “The Expressive Body in the Art of Shiomi, Ono and Kubota.”

Wilson Tarbox (Art History ’14), “Tactile Abstractions: Marta Chilindron and Lygia Clark.”

Manuela Toro (Art History ’14), “Conservation Case Studies from The Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros.”

Ink and Image was founded in 2008-09 by department alumni Malcolm St. Clair (Urban Design and Architecture Studies ’09) and Alexis Wang (Art History ’09) with the goal of expanding the community of scholars at NYU by publishing original undergraduate research in the history and theory of art and architecture. Former College of Arts & Science Dean Matthew Santirocco and Dean Sally Sanderlin provided crucial support toward the launch of Ink and Image, which continues to benefit from the support of the current CAS Dean, Gabrielle Starr, the CAS administration, and the CAS Student Council. Read about previous issues of the journal, including the roster of past authors and editors, here.

Ink and Image is distributed to the New York Public Library, the Library of Congress, the Art Institute of Chicago, and the Getty Research Institute, as well as Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland, and Technical University in Dresden, Germany.

Hearty congratulations to the authors and editors on their splendid achievements. Please stop by the Department of Art History and pick up a copy of Ink and Image 6.