Current Lectures

November 28, 2018
Lawrence B. ConyersUniversity of Denver

Ground-penetrating radar (GPR) methods to map and evaluate buried and architectural remains: examples from around the world

4:30 pm ∙ Bowen Hall 222

November 30, 2018
Fake Friends: A Symposium on Art History and ComparisonGraduate Conference

Location TBD ∙ 9:00 am - 7:00 pm

February 15, 2019
Marcus MilwrightUniversity of VictoriaProgram in Archaeology

Architecture, Ornament and the Qur'an Fragments from the Mosque of San'a' in Yemen

4:30 pm ∙ 106 McCormick Hall

Cosponsor: Archaeological Institute of America
February 21, 2019
Christian Joschke University Paris Nanterre ∙ Visiting Research Scholar at the University of Princeton

How German Communists Invented French Radical Photography. Regards and Arbeiter Illustrierte Zeitung (1928-1936)

4:30 pm ∙ 106 McCormick Hall

March 11, 2019
Lawrence NeesUniversity of DelawareThe Kurt Weitzmann Lecture

The Princeton Garrett 6 Evangelists Revisited

5:00 pm ∙ 101 McCormick Hall

March 13, 2019
Sabeth BuchmannAkademie der bildenden Künste, Vienna

Subjects Put to the Test. Learning Exercises in Contemporary Art

4:30 pm ∙ 106 McCormick Hall

March 15, 2019
Pearce Paul CreasmanUniversity of ArizonaProgram in Archaeology

Excavations at a Forgotten Female Pharaoh's "Temple of Millions of Years"

4:30 pm ∙ 106 McCormick Hall

Cosponsor: Archaeological Institute of America
April 4, 2019
Whitney DavisUniversity of California Berkeley

Art and Global Psychological Modernity

4:30 pm ∙ 106 McCormick Hall

April 5–6, 2019
Two day symposiumThe Index of Medieval Art

Eclecticism at the Edges: Medieval Art and Architecture at the Crossroads of the Latin, Greek, and Slavic Cultural Spheres (c.1300-c.1550)

106 McCormick Hall

Cosponsor: PIIRS, SHERA, The Department of Art & Archaeology, the International Center of Medieval Art, The Seeger Center for Hellenic Studies
April 10, 2019
Thomas HarePrinceton UniversityProgram in Archaeology

Wednesday, April 10, 4:30 p.m., 106 McCormick Hall, Thomas Hare lecture. “The Black Sphinxes of Tanis.”

4:30 pm ∙ 106 McCormick Hall

April 11, 2019
Caroline Van EckUniversity of Cambridge

Piranesi's Colossal Candelabra, Totem Poles and Other Varieties of Zoomorphism in the Age of Neoclassicism

4:30 pm ∙ 106 McCormick Hall

April 15, 2019
Deborah SwallowThe Courtauld Institute of ArtThe James F. Haley '50 Memorial Lecture

Art and its Institutions: A View from London's Somerset House

5:00 pm ∙ 101 McCormick Hall