Network in Canadian History & Environment | Nouvelle initiative Canadienne en histoire de l'environnement
Elizabeth Anne Cavaliere
Elizabeth Anne Cavaliere is a PhD candidate in the Interuniversity Doctoral Program in Art History at Concordia University. She received a BA in Art History from Mount Allison University (2007) followed by an MA in Art History from York University (2009). Her research interests center on the Canadian photographic landscape and the possibility of a Canadian national aesthetic therein and looks towards topographical survey photographs of the 19th century as markers of an early Canadian identity and aesthetic in landscape photography. She has writing published in the Journal of Canadian Art History, the Journal of Canadian Studies, Histoire sociale/Social history, and and forthcoming in RACAR. In 2012 Elizabeth was awarded a Lisette Model/Joseph G. Blum Fellowship in the History of Photography to pursue her research at the National Gallery of Canada. In 2015 her dissertation was awarded the Michel de la Chenelière Prize by the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts.