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  • Faculty Spotlight: Prof. Jennifer Nelson’s New Book

    Professor Jennifer Nelson‘s book, Disharmony of the Spheres: The Europe of Holbein’s Ambassadors, was released last month. Fun Fact: It’s now the #1 New Release in Religious History on Amazon!

  • Interview with an Auditor: Dr. Beth Neary

    The Department of Art History would like to introduce our new series: Interview with an Auditor! The department will be sharing interviews with various auditors during the course of the upcoming 2019–2020 academic year. Everyone …

  • Workshop with Professor Lea Stirling

    Researchers in Art History and Archaeology can expect to study old objects, but they may also find that they need to handle old data: Victorian-era publications, original excavation notebooks, or other archival records. These old …

  • Matt Westerby to Join CASVA

    Starting in October, Matthew Westerby (Ph.D. 2017) will join the Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts (CASVA) in Washington, D.C., as a Postdoctoral Research Associate for Digital Projects. In addition to his responsibility …

  • CFP: Library Architecture (due November 25, 2019)

    Call for Papers: Library Architecture in North America  (Workshop, Madison, WI, March 26–28th, 2020) Department of Art History, Madison, WI, USA, March 26–28th, 2020 Submission Deadline: November 25th, 2019 Keynote Speaker: Kenneth Breisch, USC Organizer: …

  • Faculty Spotlight: Thomas Dale “Race and Globalism in the Roman Empire and Medieval Venice: A Conversation”

    Professor Thomas Dale (Art History), with Professor Nandini Pandey (CANES), will participate for this Medieval Studies Brown-bag Research Colloquium. They will discuss research in progress and compare approaches to race and globalism in the Roman Empire and thirteenth-century …

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    Student Spotlight: Michael Feinberg

    Ph.D Candidate Michael Feinberg will be discussing his research on transatlantic implantation as part of the Humboldt Forum in Berlin, Germany. This conversation draws upon his dissertation work in addition to materials he discovered as …

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