The Department of the History of Art is thrilled to announce the below achievements and extend congratulations on the below: Amy Miranda will begin her role as a Postdoctoral Fellow […]
News & Announcements Archive
Statement in Support of Black Lives Matter
The Johns Hopkins Department of History of Art denounces the racist killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Botham Jean, Ahmaud Arbery, Michael Brown, Trayvon Martin, Tony McDade, Tamir Rice, Walter […]
Congratulations, Prof. Hyman!
The Department of the History of Art is pleased to announce that the Carl & Marilynn Thoma Art Foundation’s Marilynn Thoma post-doctoral fellowship is awarded to Prof. Aaron M. Hyman, […]
The Department of the History of Art is pleased to announce that this summer Emily Friedman will be joining the seventh annual class of the Center for Curatorial Leadership / […]
History of Art Alums- we want to hear from you and stay in touch! In part of the preparation for the Department’s upcoming newsletter, please fill out and submit this […]
New Fall 2020 Course: THE ART OF PILGRIMAGE How Visual Culture Shaped Sacred Travel in Renaissance Italy
The Department of the History of Art is pleased to announce a Fall 2020 Dean’s Teaching Fellowship course taught by advanced doctoral student, Antongiulio (Giulio) Sorgini, AS.010.324 – The Art […]
Support for the Extension of Graduate Student Funding
The faculty in History of Art unanimously support the call for graduate student funding put forward in the History department’s letter of June 1, 2020. https://history.jhu.edu/2020/06/05/call-for-extension-of-graduate-student-funding/ We affirm, for the […]
Welcome Incoming Students!
We are delighted you have decided to join the Blue Jay community. If you have any questions over the summer, please feel free to reach out: email@example.com
Congratulations, Graduating Seniors!
The Department of the History of Art extends a hearty congratulations and best wishes to all members of the Class of 2020! You are moving on to a new and […]
Hopkins at Home lecture
Professor Rebecca M. Brown presents a piece of her current research project on southern Indian artist KCS Paniker (1911-77) for a “Hopkins at Home” lecture. Entitled “(Not) Reading the Signs: […]