Pomerene Hall Lisa Florman, Concerning the Spiritual—and the Concrete—in Kandinsky's Art Body-Worlds: Opicinus de Canistris and the Medieval Cartographic Imagination by Assistant Professor Karl Whittington Christian Kleinbub, Vision and the Visionary in Raphael The Art of Modern China Anne Morganstern, High Gothic Sculpture at Chartres Cathedral Julia Andrews Light Before Dawn book cover

 
 

 

The Department of History of Art offers undergraduate and graduate training in the history and criticism of the visual arts, including film and architecture.  Its students and faculty work in a wide array of historical and geographical areas of specialization, from medieval China to contemporary America, and explore the significance of artistic expression from a range of interpretive and theoretical perspectives. Graduates of the Department occupy key posts at museums, galleries, and academic institutions around the globe.

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Amanda Gluibizzi
Amanda Gluibizzi
Associate...
Modern and...
J. Ronald Green
J. Ronald Green
Professor...
Film Studies
Karl Whittington
Karl Whittington
Assistant...
Medieval Art...
Sarah Van Beurden
Sarah Van Beurden
Assistant...
African History