John Hopkins, Assistant Professor of Art History and Classical Studies, receives 2017 Arlt Award in the Humanities
Congratulations to Prof. John Hopkins who was awarded the 2017 Gustave O. Arlt Award by the Council of Graduate Schools
The HART in the World: RIO program and student exhibition was featured in Rice News
Congratulations to Prof. Shih-shan Susan Huang on the release of her co-edited publication "Visual and Material Cultures in Middle Period China"
Ph.D. candidate Natasha Mao will be conducting research and assisting with exhibitions in Italian Renaissance painting at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Fabiola López-Durán, Assistant Professor of Art History, has been awarded an SAH/Mellon Author Award for her forthcoming book Eugenics in the Garden: Transatlantic Architecture and the Crafting of Modernity (University of Texas Press).
Associate Professor of Art History Susan Huang was featured in a Faculty Spotlight in the 2016-17 issue of Humanitas
The Department of Art History’s third recipient of the Ph.D. will create virtual models of late medieval cities as part of the Mellon-funded Spatial Humanities Initiative
Ph.D. candidate Olivia Wolf has been awarded the Lodieska Stockbridge Vaughn Fellowship for completion of her dissertation.
Diane Wolfthal, the David and Caroline Minter Professor of Humanities and Professor of Art History, receives Rice University's GSA Faculty Teaching and Mentoring Award
Ph.D. candidate Olivia Wolf to present at Heritages of Migration: Moving Stories, Objects and Home Conference
Natasha Mao has recently published two articles and has also received support for her participation in a research course at the Medici Archival Research Project
Joseph Manca's forthcoming book "Shaker Vision: Seeing Beauty in Early America" is under contract with University of Massachusetts Press
Professor Joseph Manca's book "Shaker Vision: Seeing Beauty in Early America," under contract with University of Massachusetts Press (Amherst, MA), is due to appear in 2018.
Rice University New & Media Article by Jeff Falk
Susan Huang will speak at the Buddhist Manuscript Cultures conference at Princeton University on January 21, 2017
Susan Huang will present part of her new study of Chinese Buddhist printed frontispieces (10th-14th centuries) at the International Conference on Buddhist Manuscript Cultures at Princeton University, January 20-22, 2017