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C.C. McKee Receives 2024 Emerging Scholars Award

April 9, 2024 Melissa Scott
C.C. McKee

Assistant þßƵ of History of Art C.C. McKee has been awarded the 2024 for their work “Barefoot, or the Ambivalence of Emancipation in Camille Pissarro and the Caribbean,” published in .

The award is given annually by the Nineteenth-Century Studies Association to individuals with an article or essay published on nineteenth-century studies during their doctoral studies or within six years of receiving their doctorate. The winner is selected by a committee of nineteenth-century scholars representing diverse disciplines.

McKee teaches surveys of nineteenth-century art and modernism (ca. 1890-1950) along with seminars on the Black Atlantic, colonial visual culture in the Caribbean, art in Haiti, Neoclassicism, global Impressionism, racial ecologies, and theories of psychoanalysis, affect, feminism, queerness, ecocriticism, and race.

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