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Paul Binski's book Gothic Wonder: Art, Artifice and the Decorated Style 1290-1350 has won the Historians of British Art Prize for 2014 for a book dealing with a subject before 1800. The book was chosen from a nominating list of over eighty books from mor
The Department would like to congratulate Dr James Hillson on his appointment as a Junior Research Fellow at Emmanuel College. James Hillson is an art historian specialising in Gothic Architecture in northwestern Europe between 1200 and 1400. His researc
The Department would like to congratulate Zac T. Rose who will begin working this month at the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco, California—one of the most comprehensive and respected collections of South and East Asian art in the world. As manager of co
Cambridge' newest art gallery, the beautiful space of the Heong Gallery, has opened at Downing College with the show 'Generation Painting 1955-65: British Art from the Collection of Sir Alan Bowness'
The Department would like to congratulate former PhD student, Susanna Berger, who has recently accepted a tenure-track Assistant Professorship in the history of art of the early modern period at the University of Southern California. Alongside this, Susan
The Department would like to thank Professor Jean Michel Massing for having collaborated with the East Cambridgeshire Police force on their newly established ArtReach 2016 competition.
Dr Alyce Mahon in Conversation with Xabier Arakistain and the Guerrilla Girls
The Department would like to congratulate former Phd student, Dr Hannah Malone, for having been awarded a British Academy Small Research Grant.
The Department would like to congratulate former PhD student, Dr Imma Ramos, on her appointment as Curator of the South Asian collection at the British Museum in London.
14th January 2016 sees the official launch of Dr Alexander Marr’s project ‘Genius before Romanticism: Ingenuity in Early Modern Art & Science’. Hosted at CRASSH and funded by a €1.8 million Consolidator Grant from the European Research Council.
The AHRC has awarded a £962,000 grant to the project ‘Making Visible: the Visual and Graphic Practices of the Early Royal Society’.
Dr Luke Skrebowski has co-organised an international symposium at the ICA on March 7th dedicated to the work of Hans Haacke.
Department of History of Art alumnus, Eddie Redmayne (Trinity College 2000), has won the best actor for The Theory of Everything. The Department would like to congratulate him on his outstanding achievement.
Second Annual Building History Lecture at Queens’ College, Cambridge, Saturday 21 March: all welcome
Former PhD student Gabriel Byng has been awarded a three-year stipendiary research fellowship in the humanities at Clare Hall, Cambridge, beginning in October 2015.
Over the Easter break, the second and third-year students who are reading the French Gothic Tripos paper, convened by Prof Paul Binski and Dr Emily Guerry, enjoyed an exciting trip to see and study medieval monuments around Paris.
The Department would like to congratulate Dr Elizabeth Savage (nee Upper) who has been awarded a 2015-2018 British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship at the John Rylands Research Institute, University of Manchester
The Department would like to congratulate MPhil student, Christina Farley, who reached the Cambridge Final of the Three Minute Thesis competition, where graduate students have 3 minutes to explain their research to a non-specialist audience.
The Department is pleased to announce that Josefine Baark will be joining the Department of Visual Studies at Lingnan University as a visiting Assistant Professor.
Current 3rd year PhD candidate, Katie Reinhart, will begin a 3.5 year position as a Research Associate on the AHRC funded project Making Visible: The visible and graphic practices of the early Royal Society.
Dr Luke Skrebowski has co-curated an extended series of public events at Raven Row gallery in London that mine the contested space between contemporary literature and art.
Deborah Howard receives the award of the Honorary Doctorate of Letters (LittD) at University College Dublin.
The Department is delighted to announce that current PhD student, Daniel Zamani, has been awarded a two-year Early Career Fellowship at the Städel Museum in Frankfurt and will join its Department of Modern Art (1800-1945) in January 2015.
The Department would like to congratulate Dr Rosalind Blakesley who has won the fifth annual Pushkin House Russian Book Prize for her book entitled “The Russian Canvas: Painting in Imperial Russia, 1757-1881”
Dr William Kynan-Wilson has been awarded the Princess Margrethe Research Prize for 2017
The Department is delighted to announce that the winner of the third Department-UL Curatorial Competition is Part IIA student, Anna McGee
Her exhibition will run from 7 November to 3 December 2016 in the University Library’s Entrance Hall.
Congratulations to our second-year undergraduate student from Selwyn College, Anna McGee, the winner of our curatorial competition run in association with the University Library
The Department would like to congratulate PhD student, Eleanor Chan, who won a competition in partnership with a Nanotechnologist organised jointly by Cambridge Shorts and the Wellcome Trust ISSF
The Department would like to congratulate PhD student, Stephanie Azzarello, who has been awarded a doctoral fellowship from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC)
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