News & Events
Current Issue: May 12, 2014 (PDF)
Emily Rohan Receives Talle Family Scholarship
The Art History Department is pleased to announce that Emily Rohan (Junior, Art History) was recently awarded a Talle Family Scholarship for 2014-2015. This prestigious award covers full tuition and fees For a year.
ANDREA TRUITT Receives Luce Foundation / ACLS Dissertation Fellowship in American Art
Andrea Truitt has been awarded a Henry Luce Foundation/ ACLS Dissertation Fellowship in American Art for 2014-15. Truitt is a graduate student in the PhD program.
This fellowship honors and supports Truitt's dissertation, "Experiencing the Otherworldly: Magazine Reading and Illustrations of Orientalist Domestic Space in the United States, 1880-1920." The Luce is a highly competitive and generous grant, awarded to just 10 dissertating graduate students in the field each year.
new book on Roman Baroque Sculpture, editeD By Steven F. Ostrow and Anthony Colantuono, now available from Penn State University Press
Critical Perspectives on Roman Baroque Sculpture, edited by Anthony Colantuono and Steven F. Ostrow, Penn State University Press, 2014 (recipient of the Millard Meiss Publication Fund Grant).
Professor Robert Silberman Reviews Hopper Exhibit
Professor Robert Silberman has a review of the "Hopper Drawing" exhibition at the Walker Art Center in the April issue of The Burlington Magazine.
ART History Student Matt Ramirez to present paper at 11th Annual Case Western Reserve University Undergraduate Art Symposium
We are pleased to announce that Art History student Matt Ramirez has had a paper accepted at the 11th Annual Case Western Reserve University Undergraduate Art History Symposium. Ramirez will be presenting a paper titled "Buster Simpson’s Hudson River Purge: A Catalyst to Ecological Change” on Friday, April 11th from 11:30 AM to 5:30 PM in the Recital Hall of the Cleveland Museum of Art.
Minku Kim Receives Korean Studies Grant
Professor Minku Kim has been awarded a Korean Studies Grant by the Academy of Korean Studies, the flagship institution of the government of the Republic of Korea to promote Korean Studies.
Kim's research project is titled "Sŏkkuram and Iran: The Domed Korean Buddhist Sanctuary with a Central Image for Circumambulation and Its Precedents in Kucha (Xinjiang)." His preliminary report will be presented on December 12, 2013 at the Harvard Korean Art History Workshop "Infinite Interfusion: Buddhist Art in Korea," which is being organized by the Harvard Korea Institute and co-sponsored by East Asian Art History Program and Harvard-Yenching Institute.
Professor Jennifer Marshall receives Robert Motherwell Book Award for Machine Art, 1934
Jennifer Marshall has been awarded the Robert Motherwell Book Award from the Dedalus Foundation for her book Machine Art, 1934 (University of Chicago Press).
More information about the prize can be found here: