At the end of 2015 one of my Slow Ottawa projects was the only non-US site to make this list.

For many years I survived largely on grants and fellowships, and I’m especially grateful for the following:

Stanford Humanities Fellowship, Stanford University, 2003-5

Kress Foundation grant (with Harvard University Art Museums) 2001

Theodore Rousseau Fellowship, Harvard University (renewed), 2001-3

Chester Dale Fellowship, Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts, Washington, 2000

NEA grant for restoring Jacques Stella’s Liberality of Titus (with Harvard University Art Museums), 1999

M. Victor Leventritt Lecture Fund grant for the Printing Matters symposium, 1998

Charles Eliot Norton Travelling Fellowship, Harvard University, 1998

Richard and Susan Smith Foundation Fellowship, Harvard University, 1998

Mellon II Dissertation Research Fellowship, Harvard University, 1997

Mellon Fellowship, Straus Center for Conservation, Harvard University Art Museums, 1997-8

Richard and Susan Smith Foundation Fellowship, Harvard University, 1996

Publication Grant from the Graham Foundation (Chicago) for translation of Thierry Mariage, L’univers de Le Nostre, 1996

Mellon I Summer Research Fellowship, Harvard University, 1996

Graduate School of Arts and Science Grant, Harvard University, 1995-99

Doctoral Fellowship, Social Sciences and Research Council of Canada, 1995-99

Shell Canada Internship, Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, 1991

Alfred Bader Scholarship in the History of Art, Queen’s University, 1988

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