Posted March 15th, 2016
For Charlie, translating the Byzantine-Greek hagiography of the Life of Martha began as a fun “side project” and an opportunity to collaborate with his peers in the Graduate Group.
Posted March 8th, 2016
View a slideshow from the innaugural "Mugging" tradition for Bryn Mawr's graduate students
2016 annual CAA conference in Washington, D.C.
Posted March 8th, 2016
The world’s largest forum for the visual arts and best-attended international conference in the field saw many participants this year with a connection to Bryn Mawr.
 Digital Humanities Prize to History of Art Ph.D. candidate Nava Streiter
Posted January 28th, 2016
A web project breathes new life to a 15th-century French processional in Bryn Mawr's Special Collections
Kathryn Kleppinger (MA 2004, French) publishes first book
Posted January 21st, 2016
In 'Branding the 'Beur' Author,' Kleppinger reexamines the diversity of minority French authors so often
 Jamie Richardson shares news from her research fellowship in Antwerp
Posted January 19th, 2016
Jamie is the 2015-16 fellow at the Rubenianum, a center dedicated to the study of Netherlandish art of the 16th and 17th centuries
Voices from the Cloisters
Posted December 15th, 2015
Find out what the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences has been up to this Fall!
Fusion Energy Reactors
Posted December 10th, 2015
Professor Schaffner is researching plasma plumes for the ALPHA project, a new initiative that hopes to develop marketable technologies from magneto-interial fusion reactors.
Xuemei May Cheng's lab
Posted December 8th, 2015
Cover art for the journal of Inorganic Chemistry
Posted December 8th, 2015
An international conference in Hungary and an article in the journal 'Inorganic Chemistry' has kept the Burgmayer lab busy this Fall