International recognition for Department
By Amelia Kelly
15 February, 2012
A 2012 Clark fellowship has been awarded to Professor Roger Benjamin of the Department of Art History and Film Studies.
Professor Roger Benjamin has been awarded a prestigious fellowship from the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute to pursue his research on Klee and Kandinsky in Tunisia. The award means Roger will spend the beautiful New England autumn enjoying the extraordinary facilities and atmosphere of the Clark’s research library. Following on from Mary Roberts’ 2009-2010 Clark fellowship, this represents significant international recognition of the quality of research being produced in the Department of Art History and Film Studies.