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Netherlandish Art Class Visits the MFA

On December 4, Professor Jeffrey Muller’s class, “Dutch and Flemish Art: Visual Culture of the Netherlands in the Seventeenth Century,” paid a visit to the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. The course surveyed the paintings, sculptures, and...

Alexis Lowry, BA ‘07 receives Curatorial Leadership Fellowship

Alexis Lowry, Curator at the Dia Art Foundation in New York, has been named a 2022 Fellow at the Center for Curatorial Leadership. The program includes coursework led by...

DUG hosts Internships in the Arts Panel

The History of Art and Architecture Departmental Undergraduate Group is pleased to host an interactive panel on internships in the arts on Tuesday, November 16, 2021 from 7:30-8:30 pm. The event will feature four panelists who will discuss...

Professor Neumann publishes on the Villa Wolf

Professor Dietrich Neumann’s latest book examines Mies van der Rohe’s first modern house in Guben (presently Gubin, Poland). Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. Villa Wolf in Gubin: Geschichte und Rekonstruktion was published by DOM publishers. ...

Professor Moser delivers three lectures

Assistant Professor Jeffrey Moser has three talks scheduled for the month of November 2021. He will discuss several aspects of his research on the Northern Song era in medieval China.

On November 4, 2021, he presented a lecture at the...

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Professor Rodríguez presents talk at Society for Ancient Mediterranean Religions

Prof. Gretel Rodríguez presents a talk, Roman Triumphal Arches: Looking at the Arch at Orange on October 28 at 3 pm via Zoom.

Her paper explores the presence of such...

HIAA faculty publications 2020-2021

HIAA faculty are internationally known art and architectural historians who are active scholars specializing in the history of art and architecture in the Americas, Europe, Africa, East, and South Asia, and the Middle East. They ...

Dietrich Neumann's summer class goes to the Top of the Rock

Students in Professor Neumann's HIAA 1850J: Mies van der Rohe, an Architect and his Time, took a trip to New York this summer and they landed at the Top of the Rock at Rockefeller Center. 

Holly Shaffer publishes essay in "Modern Philology"

 Professor Shaffer's essay, "Eclecticism and Empire, in Translation," was published in August in Modern Philology. The essay focuses on the term eclecticism ...

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