Finkel Fund awardee Yoo Jin Choi had a special summer internship experience in Seoul, South Korea. Supported by the funding of the Finkel Fund through the University of Delaware Center… Read More
What makes an object sacred, and what does it mean to care for sacred objects? In “The Objects That Remain: The Ethics of Tending to Sacred Objects,” DELPHI ‘21 fellow… Read More
The British Society for the History of Science recently announced that the 2021 Hughes Prize for an accessible book in the history of science is awarded to Dr. Jaipreet… Read More
Professor Jennifer Van Horn took her graduate seminar, “Landscapes of Slavery,” to Charlottesville (UVA’s campus, Monticello, and Montpelier) to experience plantation landscapes firsthand & to consider how these spaces are… Read More
UDAILY writes about Professor Anne Bowler’s class, “Sociology of Art & Culture.” Together, they created a digital gallery of the work of Wilmington artists. Read the full article here!
To kick of the 2019-2020 Art History Lecture Series, Professor Jennifer Van Horn will give a talk titled “‘Stealing a Glance’ Enslaved Viewers and Iconoclasts in the Plantation South” this… Read More
The Department of Art History is excited to announce its Lecture Series for the 2019-2020 academic year! The full schedule of events can be found here: ARTH Lecture Series Brochure.
Jessica Conrad wins the Wilbur Owen Sypherd Prize in the Humanities! More on Conrad’s work can be found here.
EphemaWHAT?!? This is the title of Sarah Wasserman’s (Assistant Professor, Dept. of English) podcast on ephemera. In the podcast interview, Wasserman explains what is ephemera and why is it worth studying; Check… Read More
The conference “Black Bibliographia: Print/Culture/Art” took place on April 26 and 27 and hosted around one hundred attendants in order to discuss what is a black book. The first day… Read More