Princeton University Undergraduate Journal of Art

February 12, 2018

Sarah Cho ’18 and Sarah Rapoport ’18 have created a new platform for undergraduates.  Their online project will provide undergraduates the opportunity to publish scholarly writing and creative work.  Submissions will undergo a blind peer review ...

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The Sixty-Seventh A. W. Mellon Lectures in The Fine Arts, 2018

February 6, 2018

Hal Foster, Townsend Martin, Class of 1917, Professor of Art and Archaeology will be giving a series of lectures at the National Gallery of Art in Washington

Six-Part Series, Positive ...

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ART 468/LAS 468 The Art and Politics of Ancient Maya Courts

November 21, 2016

This interdisciplinary seminar course, cross-listed with Latin American Studies, focuses on the art and politics of ancient Maya courts during the seventh and eighth centuries A.D. During the spring recess registered students will take a study trip to Chiapas, Mexico, paid for ...

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Golden Prague Class to Travel to Prague and Brno

November 1, 2016

“Golden Prague”.   This city in the center of Europe has become one of the greatest tourist attractions on the continent.  In this seminar students will learn why---and also why “golden” also refers to the efforts to make gold by alchemists ...

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Faculty Award

May 9, 2016

Professor Chika Okeke-Agulu was selected by the faculty of USF to receive the 2016 Distinguished Alumnus Award for outstanding service to the arts. The College of the Arts, USF, includes the Schools of Architecture and Community Design; Art and Art History; Music; Theater ...

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New Certificate in Archaeology

April 26, 2016

The Program in Archaeology is designed to provide students with an interdisciplinary foundation in archaeology—the study of the material remains of the past—and to equip students to use archaeological evidence in other fields of inquiry. The Program offers courses ...

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Annabel Wharton to Deliver 2016 Weitzmann Lecture

February 18, 2016

The distinguished art historian Annabel Wharton, William B. Hamilton Professor of Art History at Duke University, will deliver the 2016 Kurt Weitzmann Lecture, “The Agency of Models: Holy Sepulchres, Hagia Sophias, Jerusalems.”

Few art historians have considered ...

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Conference to Focus on ISIS and Cultural Heritage Crisis

February 12, 2016

A one-day conference organized by the Department of Art and Archaeology and the Center for Arts and Cultural Policy Studies will focus on ISIS and the Cultural Heritage Crisis of Syria, Iraq, and Yemen.

The rise of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) has caused untold ...

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Inca Art and Architecture Class to Travel to Peru

January 27, 2016

During spring break 2016, the seminar Art 367, “Inca Art and Architecture,” taught by Andrew James Hamilton, will travel to Peru. The class will visit the former ...

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