Veronica McGurrin is recent graduate of the Dual Art History and Library Science Master’s Program from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Originally from Massachusetts, Veronica completed her Bachelor’s Degree at Saint Michael’s College in Burlington, Vermont where she studied History with minors in Art History, Public History, and Literature. She is currently seeking a position in an academic,

At the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, she has worked as a Graduate Assistant in the Visual Resource Library, a Graduate Assistant at the Sloane Art Library, as well as a Teaching Assistant in the Department of Art and Art History.

She completed her SILS Master’s Paper in 2019, entitled “A Content Analysis of Digital Art History Publishing,” focused on the current landscape of digital academic and scholarly publishing in the field of art history. In the field of Art History, her practice focuses on artist’s books, particularly the use of ornament in regards to the intersection of word and text. She recently completed her Art History master’s thesis, entitled “Recovering Ornament in High Art: Tom Phillips’ A Humument: A Treated Victorian Novel” which investigated Tom Phillip’s use and interested in the ideology of ornament in the canonical artist’s book.

This website was created for my work in a course at UNC called Alt-Methods: Digital Art History. To learn more about the class, you can find the course syllabus here and my personal projects for the class under Digital Art History Musings.