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Read more at: 'PhD student Elizabeth Upper has been elected to the 2012-2013 Munby Fellowship in Bibliography at the University Library

'PhD student Elizabeth Upper has been elected to the 2012-2013 Munby Fellowship in Bibliography at the University Library

15 February 2012

The project is entitled 'Colour-Printed Book Illustrations in Tudor England, 1485-1603'


Read more at: Recent PhD graduate Olivia Meehan has been appointed Assistant Curator, Asian Art, at the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra

Recent PhD graduate Olivia Meehan has been appointed Assistant Curator, Asian Art, at the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra

26 January 2012

The National Gallery of Australia's collections include more than 100,000 works of art across four main areas: Australian art, Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander art, Asian art and International art. Works in the Gallery are part of Australia's national collection. Olivia is currently researching the permanent...


Read more at: Cambridge Courtauld Russian Art Centre wins Cambridge Humanities Research Grant

Cambridge Courtauld Russian Art Centre wins Cambridge Humanities Research Grant

9 November 2011

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Read more at: PhD student Emily Guerry appointed lecturer at York University
PhD student Emily Guerry appointed lecturer at York University

PhD student Emily Guerry appointed lecturer at York University

10 October 2011

Emily Davenport Guerry, whose PhD on "The Wall Paintings of the Sainte-Chapelle" is supervised by Professor Paul Binski, is now a full-time lecturer in the History of Art Department and the Centre for Medieval Studies at the University of York.


Read more at: Professor Deborah Howard’s book, ‘Venice Disputed: Marc’Antonio Barbaro and Venetian Architecture 1550-1600’ has appeared from Yale University Press.
Professor Deborah Howard’s book, ‘Venice Disputed: Marc’Antonio Barbaro and Venetian Architecture 1550-1600’ has appeared from Yale University Press.

Professor Deborah Howard’s book, ‘Venice Disputed: Marc’Antonio Barbaro and Venetian Architecture 1550-1600’ has appeared from Yale University Press.

3 October 2011

The bitterly contested debates about civic building projects in the councils and magistracies of the Venetian Republic are seen through the experiences of one particular nobleman, Marc'Antonio Barbaro (1518-1595). Recognized as a gifted stuccoist and draftsman, Barbaro played a prominent role in the discussions about major...


Read more at: Professor Jean Michel Massing has published his volume in Harvard University Press’s series ‘The Image of the Black in Western Art’, edited by David Bindman and Henry Louis Gates Jr.
Professor Jean Michel Massing has published his volume in Harvard University Press’s series ‘The Image of the Black in Western Art’, edited by David Bindman and Henry Louis Gates Jr.

Professor Jean Michel Massing has published his volume in Harvard University Press’s series ‘The Image of the Black in Western Art’, edited by David Bindman and Henry Louis Gates Jr.

3 October 2011

Professor Massing’s book, Part 2 of Volume 3 in the series, covers the period ‘From the Age of Discovery to the Age of Abolition: Europe and the World Beyond’ It focusses geographically on peoples of South America and the Mediterranean, as well as Africa, conceptually emphasizing the many ways that visual constructions of...


Read more at: Dr David Oldfield awarded a Pilkington Teaching Prize
Dr David Oldfield awarded a Pilkington Teaching Prize

Dr David Oldfield awarded a Pilkington Teaching Prize

3 October 2011

Dr David Oldfield, Affiliated Lecturer in the History of Art, receiving a Pilkington Teaching Prize from the Vice-Chancellor at a ceremony at Homerton College last June. Sir Alastair Pilkington established these prizes in 1994 to give recognition annually to twelve individuals across the University who have pioneered new...