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2016 Lawrence R. Hoey Memorial Prize

The 2016 Hoey Prize winner, Abby Armstrong, accepted the award at the reading of her paper, “Performance and/or Performativity in Yates Thompson 13: Constructing the Medieval Female Identity” on Tuesday, May 2, 2017.

Armstrong participates in Graduate Seminar at Newberry Library

This semester, graduate student and teaching assistant, Abby Armstrong, has been attending a Newberry Center for Renaissance Studies ten-week Graduate seminar, entitled “Gender, Bodies, and the Body Politic in Medieval Europe”, at the Newberry Library in Chicago, IL.

Rozema presents at MRGSA conference in Ohio

October 15-16, graduate student and teaching assistant, Kelsey Rozema, attended The Medieval and Renaissance Graduate Student Association (MRGSA) Conference on Intersectionality at Ohio State University in Columbus Ohio. She presented her paper The Body and the Power of the Court Dwarf and… Read More

McAllister presents at FSU Graduate Symposium

October 7-8, graduate student and teaching assistant, Evan McAllister, attended the 34th Annual Art History Graduate Symposium at Florida State University and presented his paper “Juana of Austria and Descalzas Reales: Female Habsburg Identity through Devotion.”

2016-2017 Art History TAs

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

Graduate School Open House 2015

On Thursday, November 5, the UWM Graduate School hosted its Graduate School Open House in the Wisconsin Room of the UWM Student Union.

2015-2016 Art History TAs

The Department of Art History is pleased to introduce the 2015-2016 Art History teaching assistants:

ARTHIST 102 Views Le Corbusier and Chagall

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.

Hendrickson and Wilcox Participate in “Grow” Project

Graduate students Kara Hendrickson and Leigh Wilcox attended Professor Yevgeniya Kaganovich’s grow workshop at UWM Institute of Visual Arts (INOVA) on Friday 24, 2015.

ARTHIST 101 Visits UWM Special Collections

Senior Lecturer Michael Ashenbrenner’s ARTHIST 101: Ancient and Medieval Art and Architecture discussion sections visited the UWM Special Collections this week to view facsimiles of famous 7th-9th century illuminated manuscripts with teaching assistants Leigh Wilcox and Kara Hendrickson.