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Diego Velázquez’s Early Paintings and the Culture of Seventeenth-Century Seville

Author: Tanya Tiffany, Associate Professor Publisher: Penn State University Press Year: 2012 More information

Replacing Home: From Primordial Hut to Digital Network in Contemporary Art

Author: Jennifer Johung, Assistant Professor Publisher: University of Minnesota Press Year: 2012 More information

Heraldry and Identity in the Psalter-Hours of Jeanne of Flanders (Manchester, John Rylands Library, Ms. lat. 117)

Author: Richard Leson, Assistant Professor Published in: Studies in Iconography Vol. 32 (2011): 155-198 Year: 2011 More information

Taking Place: Location and the Moving Image

Co-Editor: Elena Gorfinkel, Assistant Professor Publisher: University of Minnesota Press Year: 2011 More information

The Portrayal of Saladin in a Histoire d’Outremer Manuscript (Baltimore, Walters Art Museum MS. 142)

Author: Richard Leson, Assistant Professor Published in: The Journal of the Walters Art Museum Year: 2011

Augenschmaus vom Essen im Stilleben

Contributing author: Kenneth Bendiner, Professor Publisher: Bank Austria Kunstforum Year: 2010 More information

Reading Maya Art: A Hieroglyphic Guide to Ancient Maya Painting and Sculpture

Co-Author: Andrea Stone, Professor with Marc Zender (Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University) Publisher: Thames & Hudson Year: 2011 More information

Bronze Age China: Style and Material

Editor: Ying Wang, Associate Professor Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing Year:2010

German 415 Gets Their Art On

Students from German 415: Topics in German Civilization: 20th Century Themes visited the Department of Art History three times this semester to view works by German artists from the UWM Art Collection.

Kay Wells Interviews Jaydan Moore and Olivia Valentine

Assistant Professor Kay Wells interviewed artists Jaydan Moore and Olivia Valentine for the Journal of Modern Craft at Virginia Commonwealth University. Their conversation addresses artists’ processes, the politics of gender and environmentalism, and disciplinary boundaries.