Applications Open for Postdoctoral Fellowship in Late Medieval Art
Call for Applications: Postdoctoral Fellow in Late Medieval European Art (13th through 15th century), a joint teaching-curatorial position with the Department of Art History and Archaeology at Washington University in St. Louis and the Saint Louis Art Museum
Art Events on Campus this Fall!
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
The inaugural newsletter for the Department of Art History and Archaeology was published in August 2020.
Professor Kristina Kleutghen Becomes a Faculty Associate
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
Read Professor Angela Miller's major Art Bulletin article, "Vibrant Matter: The Countermodern World of Pavel Tchelitchew"