HAA Condemns Anti-Asian Violence
The HAA community unequivocally denounces anti-Asian hate in all its forms. In light of recent anti-Asian racism and violent attacks on the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community...
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Alumni Publish Book on Socially Engaged Art History
Cindy Persinger and Azar Rejaie published their co-edited volume "Socially Engaged Art History and Beyond."
HAA announces Hot Metal Bridge Fellowship for 2021–22
The Department of History of Art and Architecture recruits its fourth Hot Metal Bridge Fellow for the academic year 2021–22.
Paula Kupfer Receives DAAD Research Grant
HAA grad student Paula Kupfer receives a research grant from the DAAD to conduct archival research at the Ibero-American Institute in summer 2021.
Jessica Landau to Keynote Tufts Graduate Art History Symposium
Jessica Landau will deliver a keynote presentation at the Tufts University History of Art and Architecture graduate symposium "The Elephant in the Room: An Examination of Animals in Art."
Jennifer Josten and Colleagues Publish "Displaying Greater Mexico"
The current issue of the peer-reviewed journal Latin American and Latinx Visual Culture includes "Dialogues: Displaying Greater Mexico: Border-Crossing Exhibitions, 1990–2020," guest edited by Jennifer Josten.
Marina Tyquiengco to Moderate Conversation on Indigenous American Art Criticism
HAA graduate student Marina Tyquiengco will moderate a conversation on Indigenous American art criticism as part of a symposium hosted by First American Art Magazine.
HAA Students Co-Curate Exhibition at the Westmoreland Museum of American Art
Alex Taylor's Fall 2020 Curatorial Practicum class co-curated "Pattern Makers," a collection-based exhibition now open at the Westmoreland Museum of American Art.
Christopher Nygren Discusses Art and the Solidarity of the Ages on Podcast
Christopher Nygren shares his experiences with COVID, teaching during a pandemic, and how history gives solace at a time like this.