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.
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.
Michelle McCoy Speaks to SOAS Postgraduate Students
Michelle McCoy delivers an online lecture on her work for the 2016 exhibition "Cave Temples of Dunhuang: Buddhist Art on China's Silk Road."
Kirk Savage Publishes Article for PBS American Experience Documentary
Kirk Savage publishes a new article on the Lincoln Memorial to accompany the PBS American Experience documentary, "Voice of Freedom."
Postdoctoral Fellow Richard Hylton Publishes Important New Article
Postdoctoral Fellow Richard Hylton publishes important new article, "The Art of Social Distance in the Era of #BlackLivesMatter"
Congratulatons to Jennifer Josten!
Jennifer Josten has been selected as one of two inaugural winners of the Dietrich School’s new Award for Excellence in Graduate Mentoring
Carrie Weaver Honored as A Most Valuable Professor
Congratulations to Carie Weaver for being honored as a Most Valuable Professor
Thomas Morton - "What is Architecture?"
History of Art and Architecture faculty member Thomas Morton presents, "What is Architecture?" a Dietrich School "Flash Class."