SOCI/MCST449: Sociology of Art and Culture Fall 2018 F 2:00 – 5:00 Dr. Anne E. Bowler Department of Sociology & Criminal Justice What does it mean to take a sociological perspective on the… Read More
Professior Minoru Inaba (Kyoto University/Princeton) is a world-renowned archaeologist of Central Asia and Afghanistan. He will be speaking on one of the most illusive subjects in modern-day archaeology – the study of Buddhist monuments… Read More
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In the age of MapQuest and GPS, we take cartographic literacy for granted. We should not; the ability to find meaning in maps is the fruit of a long process of exposure and instruction. A… Read More
Problem Solving: Highlights from the Experimental Printmaking Institute Mechanical Hall Gallery, Now – May 11, 2018 In 2016, University of Delaware Museums received a generous gift of over fifty prints from the Experimental Printmaking Institute (EPI).… Read More
Hazardous Objects: Function, Materiality, and Context Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library April 27-28, 2018 REGISTER HERE! View/Print Flyer PROGRAM Click Here to View/Download Full Program Keynote Speaker: Dr. Alison Matthews David, Associate Professor in the… Read More
Hagley Museum and Library Department of Audiovisual Collections and Digital Initiatives 2018 Internship: John Margolies Travel Ephemera and Better Living Photographs The Project The Hagley Library’s Department of Audiovisual Collections and Digital Initiatives (AVD) is… Read More
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ThingStor began in a graduate seminar. Dr. Martin Brückner’s “Introduction to Theories of Material Culture Studies” is a cross-listed graduate course that brings together students from Art History, English, Museum Studies, and more to discuss… Read More
Lecture by Michael Suarez, S. J. University Professor and Director of Rare Book School, University of Virginia The Book beyond the Library: Sir William Hamilton’s Cabinet and the Eighteenth-Century Decorative Arts Revolution With its striking ocher and… Read More