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Dedalus Foundation Graduate Research Essay Prize at the Archives of American Art
Centers of Collaboration and the Rise of the Washington Color School
By Miriam Grotte-Jacobs, PhD candidate in art history, Johns Hopkins University
By Michaela Rife, PhD candidate in art history, University of Toronto
No prize awarded
By Jeffrey Richmond-Moll, PhD candidate in art history, University of Delaware
“Draw a Straight Line and Follow It (Repeat)”: Walter De Maria’s Cricket Music and Ocean Music, 1964–1968
By Amanda Dalla Villa Adams, PhD candidate in art history, Virginia Commonwealth University
By Christina Weyl, PhD candidate in art history, Rutgers University
By Katherine Jentleson, PhD candidate in art history, Duke University
By Meredith A. Brown, PhD candidate in art history, The Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London
By Jennifer Stettler Parsons, PhD candidate in art history, University of Virginia
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