Newsletters for 1998-present are in PDF format, and require Acrobat Reader.

2016 Newsletter.pdf
Highlights: Dr. Sata on Art History/Notes from the Chair | Professor Gail L. Geiger Retires | Professor Barbara “Suzy” Buenger Retires After 40 Years | Fulbright: Drewal To Explore Metal Art In Morocco | Symposium Held In Honor Of James Watrous | Heckscher Wins Fulbright, Travels To Tanzania | Rock Hushka Co-Curates Art AIDS America | Teddy Kaul Wins Advising Award | Alumni News | Current Grad Student news | Art History Grads

2015 Newsletter.pdf
Highlights: Joan Mirviss endows a professorship | Holland Cotter’s Hilldale lecture | Preeti Chopra promoted to full professor | Students gain exhibition experience in Professor Campbell’s seminar|Professor emeritus Frank Horlbeck and the Monasteries of Mt. Athos | Kohler Foundation project assistant Joanna Wilson at work at Pasaquan near Buena Vista, Georgia | Art History students turn a Shopkeeper's Ledger into a Smithsonian exhibit.

2014 Newsletter.pdf
Highlights:Chipstone Foundation Supports Launch of Curatorial Studies with 75k Grant | Art History Major Brontë Mansfield Wins Beinecke Scholarship to Study Victorian Art | BLC Program Promotes Community-Based Learning in Milwaukee, Madison, Upper Midwest | FIG Course Shares Undergraduate Research in Chazen Exhibition, “Capturing Nature” | New Art History Curatorial Lab and Exhibition Space Supports Student Curatorial Projects | Art History’s “Monument’s Man,” Kenneth C. Lindsay | Field Report from Sardis (Nick Cahill, Director of the Sardis Excavations) | New Faculty Members Join Art History.

2013 Newsletter.pdf
Highlights: Think Tank Lays Foundation for Curatorial Studies Curriculum | Caxambus supports Internships for Art History Students in Material Culture | Artist in Residence Faisal Abdu’Allah bridges Art-Making and Art History with theme of the Senses | Medievalist Graduate Students host Vagantes Conference | Mueller Award Supports Amy Brabender’s research on Czech Photography | Mithlo, Art History Grads curate Venice exhibition | Focus On Alumni: Eleanor Nett’s Experience as Art History Major shapes Career as Film Producer | Prof. Julia K. Murray Retires.

Highlights: Tribute to Narciso Menocal| Vernacular Architecture comes to UW| German Exchange Program| Focus on Alumni| Jordi Falgas leads new Museum in Spain| Joe Ruzicka's Unusual path to Art History| Graduate Student News| John House (1945-2012)

Highlights: 85th Anniversary for Art History Department| Russian Icon Exhibit| Curating Experience for Bottero| Reflections on Hagen's Era| Mithlo Awarded Tenure|Sardis Update| German Medals| Material Culture Report| Research Awards

2010 Newsletter 
Highlights: Henry Drewal Wins IRH Fellowship|  Martin promoted to Professor| Kroiz joins Art History Faculty| Mithlo on Research Leave| Murray presents research in Exhibition on Confucius in New York| Visual Culture News| Alumna Herzog Tells of Experience in Art History.

2009 Newsletter
Highlights: Anna Andrzejewski Receives Tenure| Julia Murray Chosen for IRH Fellowship| Material Culture Program Celebrates 10th Anniversary| Jill Casid Wins Hamel Fellowship| Martin, Marshall and Phillips Sabbatical Reports| Vajracharya Retires

2008 Newsletter
Highlights: Madison to New York via Japanese Prints | Material Culture News | Visual Culture News: Ethan Lasser is Chipstone Adjunct Professor | University Committee | Mami Wata | Campbell Painting

2007 Newsletter
Highlights: Nancy Marie Mithlo Joins the Faculty | Jill Casid Receives Tenure | Teaching from the Chen Collection | Faculty Bookshelf | Material Culture News | Visual Culture News and Visualizing Trans | Thomas J. Gombar Retires | John Szarkowski (1925-2007)

2006 Newsletter
Highlights: Friends of Art History Formed | Nancy Rose Marshall Receives Tenure | Roxburgh Lectures on Islamic Art | Development Committee News | Partnerships & Collaborations | Donor-Funded Guest Lecture by John House | Emeritus Professor Rescues a Residential Monument in Germany | Student "Ambassadors" at the Vernacular Architecture Forum

2005 Newsletter
Highlights: Promotions of Art History Faculty Members | Art History Establishes Development Committee | Undergraduates and Publishing | Partnerships and Collaborations

2004 Newsletter
Highlights: Henry Drewal Wins Guggenheim | Visual Culture News | Art History Grad Students Win Recognition | Art History and the Elvehjem | Material Culture News

2003 Newsletter
Highlights: Julia K. Murray Wins Guggenheim Fellowship | Life with an Art History B.A. | Collaborations with the Elvehjem | Material Culture News

2002 Newsletter
Highlights: New Assistant Professor in Visual Culture Studies, Jill Casid | Art History's New Americanist, Anna Andrzejewski | The Killin Fellowship | Alumni Profile: Joan B. Mirviss | Visual Resources Curator, Thomas J. Gombar

2001 Newsletter
Highlights: The Sardis Expedition | Visiting Assistant Professor in American Material Culture, Anna Andrzejewski | News from the Chipstone Foundation | Form and Content: The Common Language of Two Worlds of Art

2000 Newsletter
Highlights: A New Assistant Professor in 19th Century French and British Art | Tenure for Two Professors: Nicholas Cahill and Thomas Dale | A Semester with John Szarkowski

1999 Newsletter
Highlights: A New Medievalist Joins the Faculty | Henry Drewal Wins Teaching Award | James Dennis Retires | In Memoriam: James Watrous

1998 Newsletter
Highlights: The New Chipstone Professor of American Decorative Arts | Tenure for Gene Phillips | Sesquicentennial: Then and Now