Front Cover_FilipponeThe book, “Science, Technology, and Utopias: Women Artists and Cold War America,” by Dr. Christine Filippone received received a national award, the SECAC Award for Excellence in Scholarly Research and Publication.  The award is given for “outstanding research shown in a recent publication.”

“SECAC is a national non-profit organization devoted to education and research in the visual arts. Founded in 1942, SECAC provides advocacy and support for arts professionals and engenders opportunities for the exchange of scholarship and creative activities through an annual conference and publications. Though founded initially as an organization of artists, scholars, and arts professionals from the southeastern states, SECAC has grown to include individual and institutional members from across the United States and around the world, becoming the second largest national organization of its kind.”

More on SECAC and the award is on their website.

 

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