Jessica Williams

Wired! Fellow
Class of 2019 | Major in Art History, Minor in Psychology

Jessica Williams graduated with Distinction in 2019, after working on Wired! teams for all four years at Duke and writing a thesis stemming from The Medieval Kingdom of Sicily Image Database project. She currently holds an Education Internship at the Timken Museum of Art in San Diego, and will begin her PhD in Art History as a Hovel Fellow at the University of Southern California this fall. She plans on studying twentieth-century European art and will keep digital humanities a focus in her future research.


Projects

The Kingdom of Sicily Database

Statues Speak


Publications & Presentations

Presentations

Williams, Jessica. “Architectural History: A Science?” Undergraduate Research Symposium, Duke University, Durham, NC, April 22, 2019.


News & Events

Jessica Williams ’19: On Robert Willis and Architectural History