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ARTHIST 102 views 19th Century Art

This week Assistant Professor Kay Wells’ ARTHIST 102: Renaissance to Modern Art and Architecture discussion sections visited the UWM Art History Gallery to view works from the UWM Art Collection.

Art History Featured in L&S In Focus

The Department of Art History was featured in the March 2015 edition of the College of Letters & Science In-Focus monthly newsletter.

“Wierusz-Kowalski” Opens in the UWM Art History Gallery

Alfred von Wierusz-Kowalski: Political Struggle and Metaphor opened in the UWM Art History Gallery on Monday, March 23, 2015.

Undergraduate Students View 18th Century Art

This week Assistant Professor Kay Wells’ ARTHIST 102: Renaissance to Modern Art and Architecture discussion sections visited the UWM Art History Gallery to view works from the UWM Art Collection.

ARTHIST 720 Visits UWM Special Collections

Graduate students in Richard Leson’s ARTHIST 720: Colloquium in Medieval Art and Architecture: Women and the Book visited UWM Special Collections to view medieval manuscript facsimiles as well as sixteenth and seventeenth century original manuscripts on March 2, 2015.

Rarey Presents as part of Africology Seminar Series

Visiting Assistant Professor Matthew Francis Rarey presented his talk “Insignificant Things: Assemblage, Occlusion, and the Power of Pouches in the Black Atlantic” as part of the UWM Department of Africology Seminar Series.

Counts Featured in UWM Research Report

Professor Derek Counts was featured in the UWM 2015 Research Report.

Counts Co-organizes NEH-sponsored Workshop

Derek Counts (Professor of Classical Art and Archaeology in AH) is co-organizer of an NEH-sponsored workshop looking at mobile computing in archaeology, the emergence of born-digital data, and the future of ‘paperless’ field projects: Mobilizing the Past for a Digital Future: The Potential of Digital Archaeology.

Rarey Presents at CAA

On February 14, Matthew Francis Rarey presented his paper, “Bolsas de Mandinga and the Art of Survival in the African-Portuguese World” as part of the special panel “The Talisman: A Critical Genealogy,” organized by Yael Rice of Amherst College and Benjamin Anderson of Cornell University, at the 103rd Conference of the College Art Association in New York.

Leson Attends Conference in Jerusalem

Associate Professor Richard Leson is attending a conference in Jerusalem this week, February 23-26, 2015.