Kirsten Burke was awarded the Woodrow Wilson Undergraduate Research Fellowship to conduct her research project titled “Northern Renaissance Painting: A New Perspective,” and a Provost’s Undergraduate Research Award to explore whether the emotional significance of the visual modality and the auditory modality influence each other in her project titled “Interaction of the Visual and Auditory […]
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An exhibition developed and curated by students in Dr. Molly Warnock’s History of Art class “Surrealism.” The exhibition features journals produced between the late 1930s and early 1950s in Paris, London, New York, and Mexico. Read more on The Hub.
Join the Department of the History of Art for a graduate workshop on “Art and Knowledge in the Middle Ages” with presentations by: Joshua O’Driscoll (Harvard University/CASVA), titled “Material Contemplations: The Gereon Sacramentary and the potential of painting in Ottonian Cologne,” and Marius Hauknes (Princeton University), titled “Painting and Knowledge in Late Medieval Rome.” Thursday […]
Maria Lumbreras Corujo presented her paper, “Portraying virtue: medicine and naturalism in 17th-century Spain,” at the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s Annual Graduate Student Symposium on the History of Art, on March 22, 2014.
Nathan Dennis presented his paper, “Liminal Bodies, Transfigured Minds: Visualizing Perichoresis in the Albenga Baptistery,” at the 44th Annual Session of the Middle Atlantic Symposium in the History of Art (co-sponsored University of Maryland, College Park, and CASVA), on March 7–8, 2014. (View the complete program here.)
Assistant Professor Molly Warnock discusses why the Nazis cared so much about art. Read the article on The Hub.
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The Department of the History of Art at Johns Hopkins University, in collaboration with The Charles Singleton Center for the Study of Premodern Europe and the Walters Art Museum, invites you to an interdisciplinary conference, September 6–7, 2013. Click to learn more.