Abigail Van Slyck Awarded Fulbright US Scholar

11 Aug 2019 3:20 AM | Christine R Henry

Abigail Van Slyck, Dayton Professor of Art History at Connecticut College, has been awarded a Fulbright U.S. Scholar award at the University of York, in York, England. The Fulbright award will support Van Slyck’s research on the history of childhood and the role of architecture in reproducing elite identity. She will be in residence at the University of York in fall 2019 and will conduct research in the U.K. In particular, she will lead a detailed study of the Swiss Cottage, built for the children of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. 

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