The Department of Art History congratulates all who graduate in 2019, and especially our own 28 students receiving their BA and MA degrees in Art History and in Museum and Cultural Heritage Studies. Read More >>
Professor Tenley Bick to Speak at Bibliotheca Hertziana Max Planck Institute in Rome, June 6
Professor Tenley Bick has been invited to speak at the Bibliotheca Hertziana at the Max Planck Institute for Art History in Rome on June 6. The lecture, which will be livestreamed at 8 am EST Thursday, features research from Dr. Bick's book project on Pistoletto as part of the Hertziana's "Rome Contemporary" Research Initiative and research seminar series.
Summer 2019 Academic Adventures for Doctoral Student Emily Tuttle
PhD student Emily Tuttle spends the summer of 2019 in a variety of rewarding academic activities in England, Ireland, and Wales: leading students in a study abroad program, conducting dissertation research in English archives, and presenting a paper at the Leeds International Medieval Congress.
Professor Adam Jolles Awarded Two Photo History Research Fellowships
Professor Adam Jolles has been awarded two fellowships to conduct research this summer toward his next book, which is on postwar art photography in the United States. He received the Minor White Archive Research Grant to undertake research in May at the Princeton University Art Museum, and the Harold Jones and Frances Murray Research Fellowship to visit the Center for Creative Photography at the University of Arizona in Tucson in August.
Doctoral Student Sarah Mathiesen’s Spring Presentations and Summer Research Grants
Second-year doctoral student Sarah Mathiesen participated in two major conferences this spring, presenting material from her dissertation research on the Middle Byzantine rock-cut church in Cappadocia, Turkey known as Yılanlı Kilise, or the “Church of the Snakes.” This summer, she will study Byzantine Greek at Trinity College, Dublin, with the support of departmental and external grants.
Morgan Gunther Presents on The Art of Puerto Rico at Fifth Annual UCF Celebrates the Arts
PhD candidate Morgan Gunther presented "The Re-Form of Imperial Coloniality: Nineteenth-Century Puerto Rican Urbanismo and Gobernanza" in a session centered on Puerto Rican art at the Fifth annual UCF Celebrates the Arts, a showcase of performers, artists, exhibits, and lectures.
FSU Rembrandt Exhibit Results in New Interpretation of Dutch Master’s Work Co-Authored by Alumna Lesley Wolff
As an MA student working on the Rembrandt Prints exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts in 2013, Lesley Wolff (PhD '18) collaborated with FSU Vice President for Research Gary Ostrander and art collector Morton Mower on a new interpretation of Rembrandt's “Death of the Virgin." The resulting article is now being published in The Pharos Journal of the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society.