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  • Fall 2024 Course Highlight | Global Baroque Art

    Professor Sunghoon Lee will be teaching ART HIST 303 Global Baroque Art TR 2:30–3:45PM during the Fall 2024 semester. Sophomore Standing | Humanities Breadth | L&S Credit. Enroll here. Description: This course explores transformations in art and …

  • Alumni News | Alum Receives Historic Preservation Award

    Dr. Sarah Fayen Scarlett (Ph.D., 2014) is part of a team recently honored with the Governor’s Award for Historic Preservation from the Michigan State Historic Preservation Office. The Keweenaw Time Traveler is an interactive online historical atlas …

  • Fall 2024 Course Highlight | Cities of Asia

    Professor Preeti Chopra will be teaching ART HIST/ASIAN 379 Cities of Asia MW 2:30–3:45PM during the Fall 2024 semester. Sophomore Standing | Counts Toward Architecture Certificate | Humanities Breadth | L&S Credit. Enroll here. Description: This semester long survey course, presents a historical overview of the …

  • Staff News | Teddy Kaul Wins Campus Staff Award

    Teddy Kaul has won the Martha Casey Award for Dedication to Excellence Award for his service to the department, particularly for helping transform our curriculum and increase enrollments in our undergraduate classes. Congratulations, Teddy, and thanks for …

  • Fall 2024 Course Highlight | ART HIST 350 19th C. Painting in Europe

    Professor Nancy Marshall will be teaching ART HIST 350 19th C. Painting in Europe: Empire and the Emergence of the Modern World MWF 12:05–12:55PM during the Fall 2024 semester. Sophomore Standing | Honors Optional | Humanities Breadth | L&S Credit. Enroll here. Description: Explore the …

  • Alumni Update | UW-Alumn Dr. Farmer (Ph.D., 2019) Accepts New Position

    Dr. Sophia Maxine Farmer (Ph.D., 2019) will begin a new tenure-track position as Assistant Professor of Art History and Visual Studies in the School of Art and Visual Studies at the University of Kentucky this …

  • Student Spotlight | Tong Su Publishes Article

    Tong Su (Ph.D. Candidate) has just published an article entitled “Color in Taxidermy at the Eighteenth-Century Qing Court” in Journal 18: A Journal of Eighteenth-Century Art and Culture. Congratulations Tong! You can find her article here.

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