The James and Susanne Wilkinson Research Prize for Outstanding Scholarship on Topics in Premodern Art
The Department of the History of Art and Architecture is pleased to announce a Research Prize in the amount of $4000.00 to be awarded each year to an outstanding graduate student paper on a topic in premodern art.
Carrie Weaver Colloquium
"Suppressing and Invoking the Dead: Necrophobia and Necromancy in Greek Sicily"
Fall 2013 Graduate Student News
Our graduate students continue to win prestigious fellowships, have plans in the works for a third issue of Contemporaneity, and are gearing up for another national conference to be held next fall 2014 on the topic of art and the construction of visual knowledge.
Kirk Savage Friends of Frick Fine Arts Lecture
“The Unknowable Dead: The Civil War and the Origins of Modern Commemoration”
Gülru Çakmak Colloquium
"Nineteenth-Century Technologies of Vision and the Panoramic Studium: The Case of Jean-Léon Gérôme"
Henry Skerritt Colloquium
Is Art History Any Use to Aboriginal Artists? Art Historical Reflexivity and the Politics of Representation in Gabriel Maralngurra’s “Contact Paintings”
Gretchen Bender, Alison Langmead, and Barbara McCloskey Colloquium
Defining “Global” Understanding in the HAA Undergraduate Major: Assessment Methods, Breadth Requirements, and Disciplinary Skill
Isabelle Chartier and Rikke Foulke Colloquium
“Conservation of the University Art Gallery Collection”
Franklin Toker Colloquium
“Archaeological Evidence for the Origins of Christianity in Florence"
Constellation: Visual Knowledge
Isabelle Chartier and Wendy Bennett Colloquium
“The Conservation Assessment Program at the University Art Gallery”
Constellations: Agency, Mobility/Exchange, and Visual Knowledge