An earthquake breaks apart a city. Office buildings, homes, stores—and the lives of the people who work, live, and shop—collapse. Landmarks, familiar for decades and in some cases centuries, disappear into the rubble. In the aftermath of this horrifying earthquake in western Gujarat in January 2001, Azhar Tyabji ’93 saw an opportunity to help. Putting his education in...
Associate professor of art history Lauren O’Connell is using some cool technology to teach her students about the history of urban design.
Students present research at new event. by Julissa Treviño ’10 with Maura Stephens
Black identity in visual culture, sustainable architecture and design, and gender ideology in German Dadaist art were among the topics presented in April by graduating seniors at the first Art History Senior Symposium.
The art history department faculty instituted the...
The fusion of chemistry and art: I am an art history major, but I didn't start out that way. I was originally an exploratory student. During that time I fulfilled my general education requirements.
When I was registering for these classes, my adviser informed me about an experimental class called Chemistry and Art.
Chemistry and art? Together? Are...
Professor Stephen Clancy, chair of the Department of Art History, has been awarded a visiting fellowship grant for spring 2010 in the Research School of Humanities (RSH) at the Australian National University in Canberra.