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The Cambridge Courtauld Russian Art Centre, co-directed by Dr Polly Blakesley, has been involved in the organisation of a major congress that will be held in the Hermitage Museum, St Petersburg, from 6-8 June as part of the UK-Russia Year of Culture 2014
The Department of History of Art is delighted to be part of a very successful exchange programme with Columbia University in New York
The Department welcomes Dr Alexander Marr, new University Lecturer in the History of Art 1400-1700
The Department wishes to congratulate Lucia Tantardini who has been appointed Research Fellow at Clare Hall, Cambridge.
The Department would like to congratulate Dr John Munns for having been awarded a Special Mention in the Teaching Excellence Award this year
The Department would like to congratulate Dr Lydia Hamlett who has been awarded a Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship, commencing 1 March 2014
The Department would like to congratulate Part IIB History of Art graduate and current medicine student, Michael Ha, who has been awarded a Larmor Award by St John’s College
The Department would like to thank Professor Mark Hallett, Director of Studies at the Paul Mellon Centre, for his outstanding contribution to teaching this term
The History of Art Department Curatorial Competition 2014 was won by Julien Domercq with his submission entitled 'The Death of Captain Cook: Mythmaking in Print'
'The Image of Venice: Fialetti's View and Sir Henry Wotton': a new book by Deborah Howard and Henrietta McBurney
'The Making of Assisi' co-authored by Donal Cooper has been featured in the New York Times Christmas book list:
The Royal Mint Launches First-Ever UK Chinese Lunar Coins designed by former student Wuon-Gean Ho
Unfolding the untold stories of an object d’art: a Research feature on the work of Dr Meredith Hale
Visit the exhibition Building Fitzwilliam College 1963-2013: An Architectural Journey at Fitzwilliam College before it closes on 11 October
Zac Rose, PhD Candidate in the History of Art, was recently awarded a fellowship by the Wiener-Anspach Foundation
The Department would like to congratulate former PhD student, Dr Daniel Zamani, who has just been appointed Curator at the Museum Barberini in Potsdam
An article by Dr Alyce Mahon on 'the enigmatic Dorothea Tanning' is now live on the ArtUk website
The Department is delighted to announce the publication of 'Gothic Sculpture' by Paul Binski (Yale University Press, 2019)
We are pleased to announce the launch of the University of Cambridge’s Centre for Visual Culture (CVC)
We are delighted to announce that Dr Deniz Turker and Dr Sofia Gotti will be joining the Department as Leverhulme Early Career Fellows for three years from September 2019
The Department would like to congratulate former student Louise Hardiman for being awarded a Paul Mellon Centre Post-Doctoral fellowship for the 2016-2017 academic year
PhD student Giorgia Mancini has co-edited new National Gallery Catalogue on Sixteenth Century Italian Paintings
The Department congratulates Zuzanna Sarnecka on her new appointment as lecturer in the History of Art Department at the University of Warsaw
The Department would like to congratulate Dr Elizabeth Savage (née Upper) who has been awarded the Wolfgang Ratjen Award for distinguished research in the field of graphic arts
Research Fellow Lucia Tantardini receives a co-sponsorship from the Wolfgang Ratjen Foundation and Clare Hall College for the Cambridge International Study Day on Milanese Disegno, 5th July 2016
Dr Lydia Hamlett is pleased to announce that the British Art Network has recently awarded Arts Council funding to continue the work of the British murals specialist Sub Group in 2017
Rose Garrard: Casting Room at Kettle's Yard
The new Dorothea Tanning show curated by Dr Alyce Mahon at Tate modern gets 5 star review in The Guardian
The Department would like to congratulate PhD candidate Christina J Faraday on being named as AHRC/BBC New Generation Thinker 2019
The Department of History of Art is delighted to announce that Dr Laura Slater has been appointed to the post of University Lecturer in Medieval Art & Architecture