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Tiffany Presents in Lima, Peru

Associate Professor Tanya Tiffany presented her paper, “Material Religion: Lima’s Nazarenas and the Earthquake of 1746” on April 29 at the Latin American Studies Association conference in Lima, Peru.

Professor Tiffany presents research at Renaissance Society of America Conference

On Thursday, March 30, Tanya Tiffany presented a paper — “Divine Consecration or Demonic Possession: Estefanía de la Encarnación and Miraculous Images in Seventeenth-Century Spain” – at the Renaissance Society of America Conference in Chicago.

Women of the Page

Curated by Tanya Tiffany, Associate Professor of Art History at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and former JCB fellow, Women of the Page showcases the John Carter Brown Library’s extraordinary collection of images and books centered on nuns and convent life across Spain and its empire.

ARTHIST 700 presents on objects from UWM Art Collection

On Tuesday, October 11, Associate Professor Tanya Tiffany’s ARTHIST 700: Proseminar visited the UWM Art History Gallery for student presentations on objects from the UWM Art Collection.

Tiffany elected to Fine Arts Society board

On Sept. 15, Associate Professor Tanya Tiffany was elected to the board of the Fine Arts Society of the Milwaukee Art Museum.

ARTHIST 700 visits UWM Art History Gallery for student presentations

On Tuesday, September 20, Associate Professor Tanya Tiffany brought her ARTHIST 700: Proseminar graduate seminar to the UWM Art History Gallery for tow student presentations on objects from the UWM Art Collection.  Ben Teel, a graduate student in Film Studies,… Read More

Welcome New Fall 2016 Graduate Students!

The UWM Department of Art History welcomes three new graduate students to the MA program this fall!

ARTHIST 700 visits the UWM Art History Gallery

On Tuesday, September 13, Associate Professor Tanya Tiffany brought her ARTHIST 700: Proseminar graduate seminar to the UWM Art History Gallery and had a student present on an object from the UWM Art Collection.

2016-2017 Art History TAs

The Department of Art History is pleased to introduce the 2016-2017 teaching assistants.

ARTHIST 730 celebrates end of semester at Sala da Pranzo

On the last day of spring classes, Associate Professor Tanya Tiffany’s graduate seminar, ARTHIST 730: Gender and Art in the Spanish Empire,1550-1750 celebrated a semester of hard work at the Sala da Pranzo near campus.