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Printing Colour 1400-1700, edited by Ad Stijnman and Elizabeth Savage, has been cited for an honourable mention in the 2016 International Fine Print Dealers (IFPDA) Book Award
Professor Frances Spalding, Affiliated Lecturer in the Department of History of Art and Emeritus Fellow of Clare Hall, has been awarded an Emeritus Research Fellowship from the Leverhulme Trust
Dr Mary-Ann Middelkoop, Affiliated Lecturer and TA in the Department of History of Art, and Professor Nicholas Thomas, Director of the MAA and Fellow of Trinity College, have been awarded £10.000 from the Cambridge Research and Collections Programme
The Department is delighted to announce that Dr Rosalind Polly Blakesley, Head of Department and Reader in Russian and European Art, has been awarded the Pushkin Medal.
The Department would like to congratulate student Giorgia Brigatti on winning the Association for Art History’s 2019 Undergraduate Dissertation Prize for her essay ‘Revolutions through the eyes of Shirin Neshat’
The Department would like congratulate Dr Christina Faraday who has been awarded a Research Fellowship with Gonville and Caius College
New book by Dr Alyce Mahon 'The Marquis de Sade and the Avant-Garde' has been published by Princeton University Press
We are proud to announce that our BA in History of Art has again been ranked first in the Complete University Guide 2021
The Department is delighted to announce the publication of Decorated Revisited: English Architectural Style in Context, 1250-1400
The Department would like to congratulate Dr Nicola Kozicharow on her appointment as an Early Career Research Fellow at Trinity Hall, Cambridge. The fellowship will commence on 1 October 2017 and is tenable for three years
Doctoral research reveals hidden depths of historic wallpaper
The Department would like to congratulate Dr Susanna Berger on the publication of her highly acclaimed book, 'The Art of Philosophy'
Dr Alyce Mahon participates in Art Matters podcast: let's talk about erotic art
Kettle’s Yard and the History of Art Faculty have sponsored third year Art Historian Iman Khakoo to spend a month in Venice with the British Council’s Research-Stewarding Fellowship
Kettle’s Yard’s Learning and Engagement Assistant Imogen Phillips caught up with Iman half way through her time in Venice.
The Department congratulates Prof. Deborah Howard on winning the Bainton History / Theology Prize for her book 'The Sacred Home in Renaissance Italy'
We are happy to announce the appointment of Dr Mary-Ann Middelkoop to the position of Unestablished Teaching Associate in twentieth-century and contemporary art history. Dr Middelkoop will be joining us on 7 October, and will be with us for two years.
Dr Alyce Mahon took part in a panel discussion entitled 'Provocations in art: the erotic' on Friday 17th November at the Royal Academy of Arts, London
The Department is delighted to announce that the winner of the second Department-UL Curatorial Competition is PhD student, Max Bryant
His exhibition will run from 17 November to 23 December 2015 in the display cases at the entrance of the University Library
Dr Lydia Hamlett has secured funding to form a British Art Network Sub Group on Mural Painting
Caroline van Eck appointed to Cambridge's first established chair in the History of Art