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.
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.
Graduate Admissions in Academic Year 2020-21
In response to the disruptions caused by the global pandemic, the Department of History of Art and Architecture is pausing admissions for fall 2021.
HAA Graduate Student Organization Announces 2020–21 Committee
The History of Art and Architecture Graduate Student Organization (GSO) has announced its committee members for the coming year.
4 HAA PhD Students Receive Humanities Engage Curriculum Development Opportunity Funding
Half the awardees for the Humanities Engage Curricular Development Opportunity Funding are HAA Grads!
The Center for Curatorial Leadership's (CCL) Seventh Annual Class includes HAA Graduate Student Emily Mazzola
HAA Grad Student Announced as Class Member of CCL/Mellon Foundation in Curatorial Practice
Congratulations to our PhD/MA Graduates!
The department virtually celebrated the accomplishments of recent PhD and MA graduate students on Saturday, May 2, 2020.
Congratulations to Marisol Villela Balderrama and Ellen Larson, recipients of the Marstine Prize for Outstanding Work in the Public Humanities
The committee voted to split the prize between two PhD students this year, due to the strength of each project.
Congratulations to Postdoctoral Fellow Steve Lyons!
Steve Lyons, FRQSC Postdoctoral Fellow at HAA and the Humanities Center Awarded Postdoctoral Fellowship