Professor of the Practice in History of Art and Architecture, University Architect
To make a virtual appointment email Prof. Barton at the email above
Craig Barton is the University Architect and a Professor of the Practice in Architecture.
Christopher Chan and Michelle Ma Professor of History of Art, Professor of Archaeology
Wednesdays, 10:30-11:30 am
Research areas: Medieval Architecture and Archaeology, and Monastic Studies
Assistant Professor of History of Art and Architecture, Director of Undergraduate Studies (Fall 2021)
Virtual office hours Wednesdays 11am-12pm (please sign up through the link below). Email to arrange virtual office hours at another time or schedule an in-person meeting
Students: Sign up for a virtual appointment on Wednesdays 11am-12pm here.
Department Chair, Professor of History of Art and Architecture, Professor of Italian Studies
Wednesdays, 3-4:30pm or by appointment
Research areas: Early Modern Italian art & architecture, History of Prints and of the Book
Assistant Professor of History of Art and Architecture, Director of Undergraduate Studies (on leave 2021-2022)
On sabbatical, 2021-2022
Research Areas: Chinese Art and Archaeology; Intellectual History of the Song-Yuan Era; Technology, Technicity, and Reprography in East Asia; Antiquarianism
Professor of History of Art and Architecture
Tues. 1:30-3:30pm, List 411
Research area: Sixteenth and Seventeenth Century Art
Professor of History of Art and Architecture, Director of the John Nicholas Brown Center for Public Humanities and Cultural Heritage, Professor of Italian Studies
Tuesday 4-5:30 pm at List 412; Wednesday 10-11:30 am at the John Nicholas Brown center 2nd floor.
Research area: Modern Architecture and urban studies
Andrea V. Rosenthal Professor of Modern Art
In lieu of regular office hours, email Prof. Nickel with your questions or to make an appointment.
Research area: history of photography, technology and visual culture in the modern era, photo theory and contemporary practice around the world
Associate Professor of History of Art and Architecture, Associate Professor of Urban Studies, Director of Graduate Studies
Thursdays 2:30-4:30pm, or by appointment
RESEARCH AREA: MODERN ARCHITECTURAL HISTORY AND THEORY; AFRICAN ARCHITECTURE AND URBANISM; COLONIAL AND POSTCOLONIAL DESIGNED AND BUILT ENVIRONMENTS
Assistant Professor of History of Art and Architecture
(401) 863 2303
To make a virtual appointment, please email Prof. Rodríguez at the email above.
Gretel Rodríguez specializes in the art and architecture of ancient Rome. Her work investigates how architectural monuments constituted means of communication between patrons and viewers, looking at issues of space, design, and reception.
Assistant Professor of History of Art and Architecture, Director of Undergraduate Studies (Spring 2022)
On leave, fall 2021
Research area: Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century Art, South Asian Art, British Art and Empire