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New issue of Twentieth Century Architecture: Oxford and Cambridge
New Publication by Professor Richard Marks
Dr Tom Nickson has been appointed as Lecturer in Medieval Architecture at the Courtauld Institute of Art, London
Olivia Horsfall Turner presents 'Unbuilt Britain' on BBC4
Recent PhD graduate Olivia Meehan has been appointed Assistant Curator, Asian Art, at the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra
Open Days 3rd - 4th July 2014
Otto Saumarez Smith, current PhD student in the department, has been elected as Shuffrey Junior Research Fellow at Lincoln College, Oxford
Paul Binski's latest book Gothic Wonder, Art Artifice and the Decorated Style, 1290-1350 has entered the top five art and music best sellers for 2015
PhD candidate Devika Singh was elected Smuts Research Fellow at the Centre of South Asian Studies, University of Cambridge
'PhD student Elizabeth Upper has been elected to the 2012-2013 Munby Fellowship in Bibliography at the University Library
The project is entitled 'Colour-Printed Book Illustrations in Tudor England, 1485-1603'
PhD student Hannah Malone takes up the Rome fellowship/scholarship at the British School at Rome from October 2013 - June 2014
PhD student Richard Butler has been awarded The Hawksmoor Medal by the Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain for an essay on the Irish courthouse.
PhD student Susanna Berger 2012 Professional-Development Fellowship in Art History from the College Art Association. The fellowship is awarded to two art historians who will receive their doctorates in 2012
Photographs of the University of Cambridge History of Art Graduate Conference 2012: ‘Beyond Borders: The Impact of Cultural Exchange in Art History’
Professor David Watkin is the winner of the $50,000 Henry Hope Reed Award for 2013
Professor Deborah Howard has co-edited a new book entitled "The Music Room in Early Modern France and Italy: Sound, Space and Object"
Professor Jean Michel Massing has co-edited a new book entitled 'The Slave in European Art: From Renaissance Trophy to Abolitionist Emblem'
Professor Paul Joannides has collaborated with Tom Henry on a catalogue for a new exhibition on Raphael
Research Fellow Elizabeth Upper's project is featured by the University
Rosie Ibbotson, who completed her BA, MPhil, and PhD in the department, has been appointed Lecturer in the Department of Art History and Theory in the University of Canterbury, New Zealand
Scroope Terrace Listed
'Secular & Domestic: George Gilbert Scott and the Master's Lodge of St John's College, Cambridge': a new book written by graduate student Richard Butler
Senior Lecturer Frank Salmon and Emeritus Professor David Watkin are both major contributors to 'William Kent: Designing Georgian Britain'
Slade Lecture Series 2015 - 16 – Professor John E. Bowlt
Slade Lectures in Fine Art 2013-2014: Warfare, Beauty and belief: Innovations from the West that Changed China’s Art and Culture, 1500 BC- 1000 AD
Professor Jessica Rawson
The department was delighted to welcome ten fantastic students from across the country as part of the History of Art Sutton Trust Summer School this week.
Synergy funding for Cambridge Renaissance team
The 2012-13 Slade Lectures in Fine Art will be given this term by Professor Gülru Necipoğlu.
New MSt Building History bursary fund created
The Cambridge-Columbia Graduate Symposium: Art and the Acquisition of Knowledge, Friday 13th March