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Helen Frankenthaler Foundation Awards $500,000 to Endow UChicago Art History Doctoral Fellowship

"Mountains and Sea" by Helen Frankenthaler in the National Gallery of Art

The Helen Frankenthaler Foundation announced a $500,000 gift to the University of Chicago’s Department of Art History, one of five new institutional partners for the Frankenthaler Scholarships, a multi-year initiative that has dedicated more than $4 million to art and art history graduate programs nationwide. In addition to the University of Chicago, the Foundation awarded $500,000 to The Graduate Center, CUNY; Harvard University; the Institute of Fine Arts at New York University; and Stanford University to support the creation of endowments that will provide one or more named annual fellowships to doctoral students studying art history.

Two UChicago Graduate Students Receive Coveted AMS Fellowships

Jessica Peritz and Tommaso Sabbatini

In celebration of their musicological scholarship, two UChicago doctoral students recently received fellowships from the American Musicological Society, reinforcing the University’s prominent presence among award winners. Jessica Gabriel Peritz and Tommaso Sabbatini were the recipients of the 2018 Alvin H. Johnson AMS 50 Dissertation Award. Their two dissertation awards represented half of the four AMS dissertation awards given in 2018. Peritz also received the AMS Paul A. Pisk Prize. 

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