Video & Slideshow

Room for Another View: China's Art in Disciplinary Perspective, an international conference

Video & Slideshow

2011 History of Art Freer Symposium: "Barbarians, Monsters, Hybrids, and Mutants: Asian Inventions of Human 'Others'"

Spring/Summer 2012

 Letter from the Chair: Professor Matthew Biro
Chair Matthew Biro reviews the department's banner year. read more

 The VRC on the Trail of Art: The Dura Europas Synagogue
As the VRC works to transition further to a digital model, we have taken the opportunity to open every cabinet and drawer to prioritize our collection... read more

The Year in Review: 2011-12 Events Slideshow
From monsters to money, American realism to Shiite themes, and pizza to political art, our 2011-12 events offered something for everyone.

Helicon: Spring Break in L.A.
This annual spring break trip, devoted to the study of art, up close and personal, gives undergraduates the opportunity to visit world-class museums and monuments. read more

Faculty Promotions: Kevin Carr and Patricia Simons
In 2011 Kevin Carr was  promoted from assistant professor to associate professor with tenure. read more  Patricia Simons was promoted from associate professor with tenure to professor with tenure. read more

Kudos: 2012 History of Art Graduate Student Awards
An impressive list from our stellar graduate student cohort.

More Kudos: 2012 History of Art Undergraduate Student Awards
Each year the department recognizes stand-out work by undergraduate students.

Save the Date: October 27, 2012
2012 History of Art Graduate Student Symposium: From Bodies to Billboards: Alternative Sites of Display

New Staff: Two new faces in the building
This year we welcomed Diana Paterno to student services and Kim Schroeder to the VRC.

What's New With You?: Alumni Update Form
Submit an alumni update and let us know what you've been up to.

Giving: Make a donation to the U-M History of Art.
The high quality of our program – the richness and diversity of the experience we offer our students – depends heavily upon additional financial support.

Just for Fun: A(nother) Day in the Life of U-M
Anything look familiar in this slideshow?

More Fun: Smarthistory
The Khan Academy's free and open, not-for-profit, art history textbook.
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