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Professor Joshua Shannon's New Book - Humans - Is Published

November 07, 2021 Art History and Archaeology

In a volume published by the University of Chicago Press, Professor Joshua Shannon and Co-Editors Laura Bieger and Jason Weems turn an Art-Historical Eye on Humans

Lillian Wies Begins One-Year Fellowship in Japan

November 07, 2021 Art History and Archaeology

After a pandemic-fueled delay, Lily Wies travels to Japan for a 12-month fellowship supported by the Japan Foundation Japanese Studies Doctoral Fellowship

Broadening the Arts Umbrella

September 08, 2021 College of Arts and Humanities, School of Theatre, Dance, and Performance Studies, School of Music, The Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center, English, Art, Art History and Archaeology, University of Maryland Art Gallery, David C. Driskell Center for the Visual Arts and Culture of African Americans and the African Diaspora

New initiative expands offerings; unites arts, STEM and social justice.

A Renaissance Triptych of Success!

August 22, 2021 Art History and Archaeology

New Positions, Promotions, and Opportunity Visit Three Department Alumni Who Share a Love for All Things Renaissance

In Frame

August 18, 2021 Art History and Archaeology

See what our students are up to in internships on campus and throughout the DMV

Lifelong Learners Step Up to Enhance Graduate Students’ Success

August 16, 2021 College of Arts and Humanities, Art History and Archaeology

Gift from Helene Stein '74 and husband Michael '76 reflect shared love for art and travel.

Making Space for Black Art in Academic Art History

February 25, 2021 Art History and Archaeology

Through her teaching, research and beyond, Jordana Moore Saggese is working to undo the ‘colonialist and white supremacist logic’ that has pervaded the field of art history.

Professor Jason Kuo edits volume of essays on Chinese calligraphy and painting

February 18, 2021 Art History and Archaeology

Professor Jason Kuo recently published a volume of essays he edited that pays homage to and clarifies the critical role played by a generation of post-World War II scholars in shaping American understanding of Chinese calligraphy and painting.

Maryl B. Gensheimer Receives 2020 Arlt Award in the Humanities

February 10, 2021 Art History and Archaeology

The historian of Roman art and archaeology was honored for her 2018 book that analyzes the decoration of the ancient Baths of Caracalla.