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Hannah Baker '16 Awarded Nina Liebman Prize

Congratulations to art history major Hannah Baker ’16 who has been awarded the 2016 Nina Leibman Prize, awarded by the Women’s & Gender Studies Program. Hannah received this award for her art history capstone essay, “Why Have There Been No Great Roman Women ArtPatrons?” Hannah also presented her research at the Seventh Annual Bay Area Undergraduate Art History Research Symposium at the de Young Museum on April 23rd, Her paper “Fabric on the Fringe: Abstraction and Identity in the Art of Sam Gilliam” focused on African American artist Sam Gilliam and how historians should pay more attention to artists that don’t fit the status quo. Great job Hannah!

Spring 2016 Highlight student, Student Story