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  • The Department of Art History welcomes Professor Adedoyin Teriba

    The Department of Art History is delighted to welcome Prof. Adedoyin Teriba to Dartmouth.  Prof. Teriba is a specialist of modern and contemporary architectural history and is also a trained architect. His research focuses on the built environments of setters/migrants of African Descent in West Africa from the eighteenth century to the present day; architecture and metaphysics; as well as the ways in which folklore, orality, language, and critical regionalism in architecture intersect.

    Adedoyin Teriba
  • Professor Mary Coffey on Orozco's American Epic

    Join Professor of Art History Mary Coffey, as she takes us on a journey through the Baker Library lower level reading room to learn more about one of Dartmouth's most treasured works, The Epic of American Civilization.

  • Congratulations to Professor Sunglim Kim

    Congratulations to Professor Sunglim Kim, who has been awarded a prestigious Korean Studies Grant for 2020 by the Academy of Korean Studies. Professor Kim and her collaborators will use the grant for the development of educational videos to advance the study of modern Korean art.

  • Congratulations to Professor Elizabeth Kassler-Taub

    Congratulations to Professor Elizabeth Kassler-Taub, who was awarded a Short-Term Fellowship from the John Carter Brown Library at Brown University to work with rare books, maps, and manuscripts from the early modern Americas. Professor Kassler-Taub also received a prestigious RSA-Samuel H. Kress Research Fellowship in Renaissance Art History by the Renaissance Society of America (RSA).

    Congratulations to Elizabeth Kassler-Taub

Recent Publications

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  • What Do People See in The Tale of Genji. in Murasaki Shikibu. The Tale of Genji: A New Translation Contexts and Criticisms

    Allen Hockley

    Translated and Edited by Dennis C. Washburn. Norton Critical Editions. New York: W.W. Norton & Company, 2021: 1251-1267.

  • Nicola Camerlenghi, et al. Interactive Noli Map Website 2.0

    Nicola Camerlenghi published in the summer of 2021.

  • Inconvenient Globalism: Method Making at the Margins of Art History

    Modern Philology 119, n. 1 (August 2021), Multiplicities: Recasting the Early Modern Global, pp. 33-60.

  • The Lion of Belfort, Max Ernst's Une semaine de bonté, and the Uses of the Past

    Katie Hornstein

    Nineteenth-Century French Studies 49 (3/4: Spring-Summer 2021): 282-304.