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When in Rome

Denva Gallant, assistant professor of art history, has been awarded a 2022-23 Rome Prize, enabling her to live and work at the American Academy while conducting research on medieval manuscripts.
 

Wise beyond her years

Nada Abuasi completed UD’s Associate in Arts Program, then at 20 was the youngest 2022 College of Arts and Sciences graduate
 

Arsenic and old books

Researchers at UD and Winterthur, who discovered that a distinctive green pigment used in Victorian bookcloth contained arsenic, are asking libraries worldwide to identify possible "poison books."
 
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Organizing the past​

Graduate students in the Museum Studies Program worked with three nonprofit groups to help them organize and catalogue their collections of historical documents, photographs and other records.


Read about this important work​