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Art Events on Campus this Fall!

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Over the course of the fall, several exciting art events will be offered, including the Laboratory for Suburbia's first "Sprawl Session; "A Transitory Space," an exhibit of artwork by WUSTL MFA students with critical essays by WUSTL Art History and Archaeology graduate students; and Hostile Terrain 94, a multi-sited interactive memorial to the migrants who have been lost while crossing the southern U.S. border

2019-2020 Newsletter of the Department of Art History and Archaeology

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The inaugural newsletter for the Department of Art History and Archaeology was published in August 2020.

Professor Kristina Kleutghen Becomes a Faculty Associate

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Professor Kleutghen will serve as the Faculty Associate for the Lee and Beaumont Resident Halls.

Professor Elizabeth Childs publishes essay on Gauguin and the Marquesas Islands

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The essay titled "Rückzug: Gauguins letzte jahre auf den Marquesas-Inseln 1901-1903,' is in the catalogue for the exhibition Tikimania: Bernd Zimmer, Die Marquesas-Inseln und der Europäische Traum von der Südsee.

Professor Kristina Kleutghen Participates in the Humanities Digital Workshop

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Professor Kleutghen is working with three summer fellows and Art History Majors on a significant digital art history project.

Professor Nicola Aravecchia Wins Grants for His Sabbatical

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Professor Nicola Aravecchia will spend his 2020-2021 sabbatical at the Centre for Classical and Near Eastern Studies of Australia at the University of Sydney; the Department of Ancient History at Macquarie University; and at Dunbarton Oaks, a Harvard University research institute in Washington DC.

Professor Kristina Kleutghen Presents at "Art History in Quarantine: Digital Transformations, Digital Futures

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Professor Kleutghen speaks on teaching with OER's in Introduction to Asian Art.

Announcing the Mark S. Weil and Joan Hall-Weil Fund for Art History

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We are very pleased to announce an important new gift, in the form of the Mark S. Weil and John Hall-Weil Fund for Art History.

Professor John Klein marks the 150th anniversary of the birth of Henri Matisse

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Professor John Klein on "slow looking" and the careful in-person study of artworks.

Professor Angela Miller Article Published in the June Issue of Art Bulletin

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Read Professor Angela Miller's major Art Bulletin article, "Vibrant Matter: The Countermodern World of Pavel Tchelitchew"

Professor John Klein Discusses Removal of Confederate Monuments with the Saint Louis Post-Dispatch

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Read Klein's advocacy of the removal of Confederate memorials.

Professor William Wallace's Michelangelo, God's Architect is on Washington Post's Cultural To-Do List

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Washington Post Theater Critic Peter Marks includes Michaelangelo, God's Architect on list of "ideas for satisfying your imaginative appetite."