UWM Art Collection Graduate Viewing

  Students in Associate Professor Tanya Tiffany’s Graduate Seminar “Sex in the (Early Modern) City: Gender and Urban Space in the Spanish World” visited the Emile H. Mathis Gallery to view two UWM Art Collection pieces: Wenceslaus Hollar’s etching of A… Read More

MAM Talk Features Assistant Professor Kay Wells

The January 4th Milwaukee Art Museum Gallery Talk featured UWM Art History Department Assistant Professor Kay Wells and Wisconsin Conservatory of Music’s Meaghan Heinrich.  Their talk discussed the relationship between art and music in early twentieth-century Paris as seen through… Read More

Kay Wells Article Published in “19th Century Studies” Journal

Assistant Professor Kay Wells recently published the article, “The ‘Merely Imitative Mood’: British Japonisme and Imperial Mimesis” in Volume 27 of 19th Century Studies. Here is a link to the journal’s most recently published article titles. Just follow the “Subscription” link on the left side of the page to find out more about subscribing to the ’19th Century Studies’ journal. http://english.selu.edu/ncs/current_volume.php