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 Wednesday at 5:30 in Willard… 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.
How electric light created new spaces that transformed the built environment and the perception of modern architecture. In this book, Sandy Isenstadt examines electric light as a form of architecture—as a new, uniquely modern kind… Read More
Join us for the next meeting of the CMCS-Sponsored Working Group: Media Old and New! WHEN:May 8, 2018 at 5:30pm WHERE: Old College 211 (VRC) This session will include brief presentations of ongoing dissertation research… 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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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
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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
Jane Klinger, Chief Conservator for the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and a Coremans Fellow in the Preservation Studies program at the University of Delaware, will be delivering a guest lecture on the material culture of the… Read More