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Professor Osayimwese lecture available online

 On October 31, 2019, Professor Osayimwese delivered her talk, "Writing a Postcolonial History of Modern Architecture and Urbanism in Germany and Beyond," at ETH Zurich.

https://video.ethz.ch/speakers/nachkriegszeit/43a54e69-d197-4591-ad41-52...

Modern Architecture show: December 16 at 5 pm

Monday December 16 at 5pm, List Art Building

Join the students in HIAA 0850 for a presentation of their final models! The show will be up through December 18.

Judith Tolnick Champa ('79MA) Curates "ReSeeding the City: Ethnobotany in the Urban"

HIAA friend, and graduate, Judith Champa, has curated a forum and ...

Professor Moser speaks at the 2019 New England Medieval Conference

On November 2, 2019, Professor Moser will give a talk - entitled "The Modeled Body in Medieval Chinese Calligraphy" - at the 2019 New England Medieval Conference. The theme of this year's conference is "Rethinking the Body: Humanity and its...

New England Renaissance Conference Coordinated by Brown Alumni

The 2019 New England Renaissance Conference was coordinated by History of Art and Architecture Alumni, Pascale Rihouet (PhD '08). Suzanne Scanlan (PhD '10) and Lisa Tom (PhD '14) also assisted with planning and organizing. This year's conference...

Student Models From Professor Neumann's Nineteenth Century Architecture Class on Display at the Rock

Nineteenth Century Architecture, offered in Spring 2019, studied stylistic developments, new building types, and the changes in architectural production that unfolded throughout the 19th century. Be sure to see the student models of important...

HIAA Featured in News From Brown

News from Brown recently featured Professor of Architecture, Dietrich Neumann, as well as the students from his Spring 2017 class, "Providence Architecture." In this class,...

Graduate student awards

We are happy to announce that three HIAA graduate students have been awarded grants in 2019 to continue their research. In fall 2019, Josie Johnson...

Welcome Back Students - consider a class in art history and architecture this fall

Each semester nearly 500 undergraduate and graduate students take a course in our department either as concentrators or to supplement their educations in the humanities. Courses in HIAA intersect with study in visual art, global cultures, science...

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