Statement from the Chazen Museum of Art: In compliance with best practices for reducing the spread of COVID-19 virus, the Chazen Museum of Art is now closed until further notice. Please let us know what …
Month: March 2020
Art From the Couch
Need your art fix during quarantine? Consider taking virtual tours of art museums around the world.
Spring Break March 14–22; Classes Resume Online March 23
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COVID-19 Update: Classes Move Online March 23–April 10th
As COVID-19 continues to spread, the health of the UW–Madison community is our most important priority. UW–Madison will suspend Spring Semester face-to-face instruction starting March 14 and alternate delivery of classes will begin after spring …
Student Spotlight: Ph.D. Student Ujaan Ghosh Published in JAAR
Ujaan Ghosh (Ph.D. Student) has co-authored an article with Amrita Chowdhury for the Journal of American Academy of Religion. The article is titled, “Refiguring Baidehīśa Bilāsa: Reading the Queer and the Erotic in Upendra Bhanja’s …
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Faculty News: Prof. Yuhang Li’s New Book Featured During Women’s History Month!
Professor Yuhang Li’s new book Becoming Guanyin: Artistic Devotion of Lay Buddhist Women in Late Imperial China is featured on the University of Columbia University Press blog during Women’s History Month! To read the full …
Day of the Badger is One Month Away!
We are ONE MONTH AWAY! Tuesday, April 7, begins Day of the Badger. Get involved with 1,848 minutes of Badger lore by supporting your favorite department on campus. #DayoftheBadger dayofthebadger.org
2020 Prospective Graduate Student Event
Our 2020 Prospective Graduate Student Event was a great success and ended with S’Mores! Thank you to all the current graduate students who shared their UW-Madison experiences. Prospective students, we hope to see you this …
Student Spotlight: Drew Narayanan Awarded a MAA Inclusivity and Diversity Travel Grant
Tirumular (Drew) Narayanan (Ph.D. Student) has been awarded a Medieval Academy of America Inclusivity and Diversity Travel Grant for his paper “‘As Black as Ink’: Text-Image Mismatches in Les Grandes Chroniques de France (Royal MS …