Mathilde Denegre ’21 articulates skeletons and researches smallpox.
Hayle Meyerhoff ’20 plans educational programs around the work of Philadelphia muralist Michelle Angela Ortiz.
Julia Coletti describes the process of making a documentary film about the American Bicentennial
Ainsley Bruton ’21 teaches comic-making, stamp-cutting, and pet portraiture in Colorado.
Olive Guerra BMC ’19 researches the history of la tuta, the Italian Futurist predecessor of the contemporary jumpsuit.
Allison Wise ’20 reports on her work with over 1,600 pages of Philadelphia history.
Leila Breen ’20 tackles 3-D printing tactile models of artifacts.
IN A WORLD where the humanities have the power to impact lives, there is a council—for the humanities—IN PENNSYLVANIA.
Collin Kawan-Hemler ’22 shares details from the Programs and Services department of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania.
Matthew Ridley ’19 describes working with archives at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.