The Department of Art History consists of eleven faculty members whose specializations include the art of the Americas, Asia, Europe, and the Middle East, from antiquity through contemporary times. We are a methodologically and theoretically diverse department, and each year our permanent faculty is enriched with numerous affiliated and visiting professors, including museum curators and postdoctoral fellows.
Lectures, Openings & Events
2016 MINTER SYMPOSIUM ON MEDIEVAL AND EARLY MODERN SOCIETY
Paper and Parchment, New Directions in the Study of Medieval and Early Modern Manuscripts and Drawings (Minter Symposium)
Aug 28 | 11:30am-12:30pm | TBA
"Why People Kissed and Rubbed Their Manuscripts"
Public talk by Medieval Studies scholar Dr. Katy Rudy, University of St. Andrews
Sep 6 | 4-5pm | TBD
Collaborative Futures for Museum Collections: Antiquities, Provenance and Cultural Heritage
This conference will explore how open collaboration between museums and scholars can shed new light on challenges that face art historians, archaeologists and museum professionals in a new era of cultural stewardship.
Oct 17 to Oct 19 | The Menil Collection and Rice University