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, […]
“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.”
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 […]
Professor Aaron Hyman points to the potential for including the history of writing within the broader discipline of art history.
History of Art Professors Dan Weiss and Mia Yinxing Liu join a selection committee charged with bringing contemporary works and new perspectives to campus.
We are thrilled to announce the recipient of the Carrie M. Kurrelmeyer fellowship! This fellowship is awarded for an exemplary essay by a graduate student. This year’s recipient is Marco […]
We are thrilled to share that Aaron Hyman, a distinguished member of our faculty, has recently published research in the Colonial Latin American Review on the role archives play in […]
The Department of the History of Art at The Johns Hopkins University invites applications for a two-year postdoctoral fellowship in the Art of the Ancient Americas to begin July 1, […]
The Hopkins Review recently published a series of performance-related conversations with artists and activists. This series was edited and features an introduction by Professor Jennifer Stager.
The Department of the History of Art at Johns Hopkins University invites applications for a full-time position in Medieval Art and/or Architecture at the rank of assistant professor (tenure track) […]