News & Announcements Archive

Professor Dan Weiss to lead University-wide arts initiative

Across the university, art and arts programming abound. A new initiative led by Dan Weiss, former president of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and Homewood Professor of the Arts in the department of the History of Art, aspires to boost the arts through a synergistic vision, enriching the institution and the broader community

Professor Schopp Receives Award for Excellence in Graduate Teaching and Mentorship

We are thrilled to announce that Caroline Lillian Schopp, a distinguished member of our faculty, has been honored with the prestigious Award for Excellence in Graduate Teaching and Mentorship awarded […]

Congratulations to PhD Student Ella Gonzalez on Upcoming Publication

The Department of the History of Art at Johns Hopkins proudly congratulates Ella Gonzalez, a graduate student in the program, on her forthcoming publication (co-edited with Cynthia Coburn and Ellen […]

Congratulations to PhD Student Marco Pomini on winning the Singleton Center’s Graduate Paper Prize!

We are thrilled to announce that Marco Pomini, PhD student in the History of Art department, has been awarded this year’s prestigious Graduate Paper Prize by The Singleton Center for […]

Kendra Brewer: Research trip to Mexico

Kendra Brewer: Research trip to Mexico

Kendra Brewer, a recipient of the Austen Stokes Ancient America Research Stipend, undertook a research trip to Mexico during the 2024 intercession period to further her honors thesis in History […]

The Robert and Nancy Hall Graduate Curatorial Fellowship / Walters Museum of Art 2024-25: Call for applications

The Hall Graduate Curatorial Fellowship provides a graduate student at Johns Hopkins University the opportunity to gain a broad understanding of the museum profession and to contribute meaningfully to the […]

Robert and Nancy Hall Undergraduate Internship / Walters Museum of Art Summer 2024: Call for Applications

The Hall Internship provides undergraduate students at Johns Hopkins University the opportunity to gain a broad understanding of the museum profession and to contribute meaningfully to the work of the […]

The Routledge Companion to Global Renaissance Art

The Routledge Companion to Global Renaissance Art

We are pleased to announce that the “Routledge Companion to Global Renaissance Art,” edited by Stephen Campbell, Henry and Elizabeth Wiesenfeld Professor in the Department of the History of Art, […]

Ella Gonzalez, PhD Candidate, discusses the impact of her Fulbright award on research

Ella Gonzalez, PhD Candidate, discusses the impact of her Fulbright award on research

“The most rewarding part has been living and working in a culturally vibrant and caring country and community. In addition to my research, which involves hunkering for hours in libraries and museums, I also volunteer at a non-profit, Action for Women, that helps refugee and asylum-seeking women experiencing gender-based violence. As I am deeply interested in women/gender in the ancient Greek world through the lens of art history, it has been incredibly meaningful to make sure I am connected to the current lived realities of women in Greece. Moreover, through Modern Greek lessons and engagement with the vibrant literary, arts, and music scenes in Athens, I can genuinely say that the people here are some of the kindest and most welcoming individuals I have had the pleasure of meeting.”

Locating a Collective Lyric I

Locating a Collective Lyric I

We are pleased to share that a special folio of The Hopkins Review, “Locating a Collective Lyric I,” is now available in both print and digital formats (The Hopkins Review 17.1). This […]