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Grad Student Poulin Wins Museum Studies Prize

Congratulations to Anthropology Ph.D. student Mairead Poulin (archaeology emphasis with minors in art history and American Indian studies), who has been awarded a first prize in the inaugural Museum Studies Research Paper competition in UA’s School of Art. Mairead wrote her paper “Complexities in the Exhibition of Stolen Native American Art at Major Museums” for Professor Irene Romano’s graduate course “Art as Plunder: The Spoils of War, Formation of Collections, and Trade in Stolen Art.” Mairead will give a 15-minute public presentation of her paper at an event on Friday, November 20, 3:30 p.m. via Zoom. For information on attending the event, please contact Dr. Romano at (Anthro News Digest date: 11/13/2020)