The Department of Art History offers B.A. and Ph.D. degrees in Art History and a wide range of courses in European, American, and Asian art history with additional strengths in architectural history and film and media studies.
The Department of Art History consists of ten core faculty members whose specializations include the art of the Americas, Asia, and Europe, from antiquity through contemporary times. Our permanent faculty is enriched with affiliated and visiting professors including museum curators and postdoctoral fellows. Dedicated staff members provide key support and access to a wide range of resources.
The Department of Art History is aligned with interdisciplinary minors in Cinema & Media Studies and Museums and Cultural Heritage.
The Ph.D. program in Art History trains students for academic research and teaching, curatorial positions, and other careers in the visual arts.
The Department of Art History offers numerous awards, fellowships, and internships in support of undergraduate and graduate students.
Modern and Contemporary Art, Latin American Art and Architecture
18th- and 19th-Century European Art
Medieval Art and Architecture
American Art, British Art, Decorative Art, Visual and Material Culture
Modern and Contemporary Art
Northern Renaissance Art
Latin American Art
Middle Period China (10th-14th century)
Italian Modern Art
American Art, Architecture, Decorative Arts
Late Medieval and Early Renaissance Art, European and American Modern Art
Latin American Modern Art and Architecture
Contemporary and Modern Art
20th-Century Art and Visual Culture in the Caribbean and United States
Late Medieval/Early Modern Northern European Art
Chinese Art and Archaeology
Italian Renaissance and Baroque Art and Architecture, 17th-18th Century English Art and Architecture, Early Modern Prints and Drawings, History of Collecting
19th-Century European and American Art
Italian Renaissance Art
Medieval Scandinavian Art, Northern Medieval Architecture, Wooden Architecture