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Nicole Pulichene, PhD

Stipendium der Samuel H. Kress Foundation, September 2017 bis August 2019

Dissertation Completion Fellowship, Harvard University Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (GSAS), Oktober 2019 bis Juli 2020

Gruppe/n: Ehem. Fellows


  • Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
    (in progress) Doctorate in History of Art and Architecture
    Dissertation: “‘One Whose Name was Writ in Wax’: Reflections on the Medieval Reuse of Consular Diptychs”
    Advisor: Jeffrey F. Hamburger
  • The Bard Graduate Center, Bard College, New York, NY
    2013 Master of Arts in Decorative Arts, Design History, and Material Culture
  • The University of Chicago, Chicago, IL
    2010 Bachelor of Arts in Art History, with honors; minor in French Language and Literature

Honors and Awards

  • ab Oktober 2019 | Harvard University Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (GSAS) Dissertation Completion Fellowship
  • 2017-2019 | Stipendiatin der Samuel H. Kress Foundation am Zentralinstitu für Kunstgeschichte
  • 2017 | International Center of Medieval Art, First Place Graduate Student Essay Prize
  • 2017 | Medieval Academy of America/CARA Summer Scholarship
  • 2016-2017 | Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst (DAAD) Doctoral Candidate Research Grant
  • 2016-2017 | Dumbarton Oaks Fellowship Stipend, Harvard University
  • 2015 | Jens Aubrey Westengard Fund Scholarship
  • 2014 | Samuel H. Kress Foundation, Language School Fellowship
  • 2013 | Clive Wainwright Award for an outstanding MA Qualifying Paper and contribution to the field
  • 2011-2013 | Bard Graduate Center Fellowship, Scholarship, and Editorial Fellowship

Publications and Presentations

  • “Order and Chaos in Late Antique Consular Diptychs and Early Medieval Memoria.” Workshop presented at the Zentralinstitut für Kunstgeschichte (January 19, 2017)
  • “‘One Whose Name was Writ in Wax’: Reflections on the Medieval Reuse of the Boethius Diptych.” Presented at the Anneliese Maier Prize workshop “Liturgy, Libraries, and Learning among the Dominicans,” Düsseldorf (November 2016)
  • “Veiled Hands, Veiled Presence: The Donor Portrait of Otto I in the Presentation Panel of the Magdeburg Ivories.” Presented at the Vagantes Conference on Medieval Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison (March 2013)
  • “To Touch the Divine: Picturing Christocentric Touch in Late Medieval Passion Devotion,” Hortulus 8/1 (2012)

[Stand: Juni 2020]