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Cambridge tops the Guardian university subject rankings for History of Art
Cambridge Courtauld Russian Art Centre wins Cambridge Humanities Research Grant
Professor Deborah Howard’s book, ‘Venice Disputed: Marc’Antonio Barbaro and Venetian Architecture 1550-1600’ has appeared from Yale University Press.
Dr Alexander Marr has been awarded an ERC grant for a new project on the concept of Genius before Romanticism
The Department would like to congratulate Dr Chloe Ward (neé Kroeter) who has recently accepted a new permanent job as Lecturer in the History of British Art from 1850 at Queen Mary University of London.
Dr Donal Cooper has won the Art Book Prize 2014 for The Making of Assisi: The Pope, the Franciscans and the Painting of the Basilica, co-authored with Dr Janet Robson.
Dr Emily Davenport Guerry (MPhil 2008, PhD 2013) has accepted a Lectureship in Medieval History and Visual Culture at the University of Kent from 1 September 2015.
Dr Lucia Tantardini has been awarded a Visiting Fellowship at the Università degli Studi of Milan, a Residential Fellowship at the Fondazione Giorgio Cini, Venice, and a Scholar-in-Residence Fellowship at the Dutch University Institute for Art History
Dr Lucy Donkin has co-edited a new book entitled "Imagining Jerusalem in the Medieval West"
Dr Meredith Hale has been awarded an AHRC grant for her research project entitled 'The Power of Print: Dutch propaganda for a new Russia'
Emily Davenport Guerry, who is a PhD candidate supervised by Professor Paul Binski, has accepted a Research Fellowship in the History of Medieval Art at Merton College, Oxford (2012-15)
Fellowships in Early Modern Visual and Material Culture
First ever Building History graduates
Former Cambridge student Helen Hillyard has been selected to join the National Gallery Curatorial Traineeship Programme.
Former graduate, Nausikaä El-Mecky, has been awarded a 3.5 year postdoctoral fellowship in the Cultural Heritage cluster in the heiEDUCATION project as well as a visiting fellowship with the “Dynamics of Security” research group, Philipps University.
Former student Chloe Kroeter has been appointed postdoctoral Curatorial Fellow at the Watts Gallery
Former student Elizabeth Upper (PhD, 2013) has been named the 2014 Mark Samuels Lasner Fellowship in Printing History by the American Printing History Association and a 2014 New Scholar of the Bibliographical Society of America
Former Student Hannah Malone has been elected to a Junior Research Fellowship at Magdalene College
Former student Olga Smith has been awarded the Postdoctoral Fellowship at the Humboldt University, Berlin
Free Student National Art Pass
FREE STUDENT NATIONAL ART PASS - If you sign up before October 31. As part of our partnership with the Art Fund, we're offering History of Art and Architecture students a FREE Student National Art Pass.
From Realism to the Silver Age: a new book edited by Rosalind P. Blakesley and Margaret Samu
Graduate student Loyd Grossman has been elected to the Council of the British School at Rome
Heffers Lecture: Gothic Wonder: Art, Artifice and the Decorated Style.
Ivories in the Portugese Empire: a new book by Professor Jean Michel Massing with Gauvin Bailey and Nuno Vassallo e Silva
Jessica Berenbeim (former MPhil) has been awarded a Junior Research Fellowship at Magdalen College Oxford
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.
Lincoln Cathedral trip with Professor Paul Crossley
Professor Paul Joannides, Emeritus Professor of Art History and Dr Victoria Avery, Keeper of the Applied Arts at the Fitzwilliam Museum reveal the discovery of two Michelangelo bronzes
New Director appointed for the Fitzwilliam Museum