About the Program

Since academic year 2011-2012, the department has embarked on a major initiative to reorganize faculty and graduate research along more collaborative and interdisciplinary lines. This initiative sees the department rethinking, at a fundamental level, what art historical study entails. Read More >

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Events

Wed
Sep
17
2014

“James Tassie’s Casts of ‘Persian’ Gems: a Paradox of 18th-Century Antiquarianism”

Thu
Sep
25
2014

"Coins, Cabinets, and Christ: On Agency in Titian's Christ with the Coin"

Fri
Oct
03
2014

"Debating Visual Knowledge," a symposium organized by graduate students in Information Science and History of Art and Architecture