U-M History of Art to Host 2014 History of Photography Lecture

"100 North Nevill Street" by Zoe Leonard

We are delighted to be hosting the 2014 annual History of Photography Lecture on September 24, 2014. This year, Matthew Witkovsky (Art Institute of Chicago) on "Zoe Leonard: Radical Reversibility." Check out this and all of our fall events »


8 Questions with Professor Nachiket Chanchani

For over four decades, Professor Nachiket Chanchani's parents were direct disciples of the late B.K.S. Iyengar, the founder of Iyengar yoga and one of the foremost yoga teachers in the world. Here he answers questions about his class The Art of Yoga.»


Claire Zimmerman's new book: Photographic Architecture in the Twentieth Century

Claire Zimmerman explores the influence of photography on twentieth-century architectural design.»

From Engineering to Art History: Senior Matthew Bourjaily

Matthew Bourjaily, a self-taught computer engineer, finds joy in the study of art history.»


2014 Graduation Reception & Undergraduate Student Awards

Congratulations to the class of 2014! Check out the slideshow and list of graduates and award-


Paris-by-Site Story Map

As the terms "digital" and "humanities" are increasingly finding common ground, we share this picturesque online syllabus from our Paris-by-Site study abroad program.»


Graduate Student Awards

Congratulations to all our graduate students, who continue to impress us with their intelligence, creativity, innovation, and hard work. »

Victors for Michigan...and History of Art

Our largest-ever fundraising campaign is ambitious, visionary, purposeful — worthy of the name “Victors.” The $400 million goal is built upon the cornerstone of the liberal arts: the idea that a powerful, pragmatic education can transform hearts and minds, can solve problems in a changing world, can yield ideas and innovation across every discipline. »


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