Dale wins award for research in Venice

Thomas Dale has been awarded a grant from the Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation of New York to pursue research this summer in Venice on his next book project, “Cultural Hybridity in Medieval Venice: The Basilica …

Kramer Appointed to CAA SEPC Committee

Cortney Anderson Kramer was appointed to a three year professional service term on the College Art Association Student and Emerging Professionals Committee (SEPC). One of nine professional committees, SEPC is comprised of CAA members who …

Graduate Student Curates Exhibition

The Tile Club: Camaraderie and American Plein-Air Painting February 23 to May 20 | Leslie and Johanna Garfield Galleries The Tile Club was one of many societies that formed across the United States during the …

Faculty & students giving talks at CAA!

Ph.D. student Marie-Agathe Simonetti, “Behind the Surface: Painterly Autochromes And Colonial Photography in French Indochina” (session on “Performing Authenticity”), 2/21/2018, 8:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m., Rm. 505 Prof. Michael Jay McClure, “Like I’m Dead: Sharon …

Cambridge Exchange Fellowship Winner

    The Department is delighted to announce that Ph.D. Candidate Lindsay Wells has received a Huntington Exchange Fellowship with Trinity Hall, Cambridge, for 2018. Ms. Wells will perform research for her dissertation on Victorian …

Student Curated Show Opens March 1

We see water bottles everywhere today. But before the invention of plastic, ceramic jugs were the common vessels used to carry liquids. The stoneware jugs in this exhibition were made with molded deep relief ornament …

Andrzejewski speaks on parks in Madison

Anna Andrzejewski gave a talk on “Parks and public Spaces in Madison,” on Saturday, January 27, for the Friends of Allen Centennial Garden. Her talk looked at the changing cultural landscape of Madison, focusing on …

Cahill talks about Sardis on WPR

    Prof. Nick Cahill was recently invited to talk about the Sardis expedition on Wisconsin Public Radio’s “University of the Air.” The show will air on Sunday, January 21, at 4:00 p.m. on the …

Professor Pruitt wins First Book award

Professor Pruitt’s book has been selected for a First Book seminar through the Center for the Humanities. The mission of the First Book program is to turn solid and promising manuscripts into first-rate, field-shaping books. …