Three 2019 Art History Theses win Henry Rutgers Scholar Awards

Katy Greenberg and Joanna Zotti received the Henry Rutgers Scholar Award for their honors theses completed in spring 2019.  Sarah McHam, Distinguished Professor of Art History, supervised both. Katy Greenberg is an Art History and Medieval Studies double major. Her thesis explored imagery of Saint Clare of Assisi in Italian Art from 1260 to 1500. Joanna Zotti wrote about Properzia de’ Rossi, one of the few female sculptors in the Renaissance.  Kristin Okun also received the Henry Rutgers Scholar Award.  She is a Computer Science major who completed an interdisciplinary honors thesis under the guidance of Professor Tamara Sears about representing The Tales of Ise during the Edo Period.  Congratulations to all!