Matthew Biro quoted in New York Times article about Anselm Kiefer's new installation at the Pompidou Center in Paris
Joan Kee's book on contemporary Korean art mentioned in The Nation article on Korean painters and the New York art scene
Jennifer Robinson quoted in Inverse about how humanoid robots are helping humans rethink gender and sexuality.
Daniel Herwitz quoted in New York Times story about celebrities keeping mum on news about their lives or careers in this day of social media.
Shelley Perlove publishes Seventeenth-Century European Drawings in Midwestern Collections: The Age of Bernini, Rembrandt, and Poussin
Megan Holmes to give Kress Lecture on "New Perspectives on the Reception of Florentine Panel Painting: Interpreting Scratch Marks"
Matthew Biro quoted in The Daily Mail story about precedent setting US court case and art speculation.
Alumna Kristine Ronan finalist for Creative Capital/Andy Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant Program
Alumna Jessica Fripp publishes "Artistes, Savants et Amateurs: art et sociabilité au XVIIIe siècle (1715-1815)"
Jennifer Robertson quoted in a New York Times article about the increasing numbers of "genderless" young men in Japan
CALL FOR PAPERS: Expansive Realities: A Longer History of the “Virtual” in Art, Architecture, and Visual Culture
UMMA selects Ph.D. candidate Elizabeth Rauh as the Museum's first Irving Stenn Jr. Curatorial Fellow
From the Archives: "Tappan, Bismarck, and the Bitter Connection: Reflections on Men and their Dogs in the Artful Memory" by Professor Emerita Margaret Cool Root, 1986
Ph.D. candidate Seam Kramer selected as the Irving Stenn, Jr. Curatorial Fellow for the 2019-20 academic year
Hagia Sophia has been converted back into a mosque, but the veiling of its figural icons is not a Muslim tradition
Alumni Vishal Khandelwal wins the UC Berkeley South Asia Art & Architecture Dissertation Prize for 2022
Establishing New Orders in East and West – Cross-cultural Comparisons between Chinggis Khan and Charlemagne
Jennifer Robertson's watercolor painting selected for 2015 National Watercolor Society Member Exhibition
History of Art announces 2015 fall symposium: The Things You Own End Up Owning You: Art in the 1990s
Pearls of Wisdom: The Arts of Islam at the University of Michigan exhibition to open Oct. 15 at Kelsey Museum
Jennifer Robertson gives three lectures at Designing Robots, Designing Humans conference in Copenhagen
Undergraduate Mary Hannahan awarded the William Malm Prize for Outstanding Student Writing in Japanese Studies
Christiane Gruber, associate professor of Islamic art, talks about Creative Dissent: Arts of Arab World Uprisings on WDET
Alex Potts publishes Experiments in Modern Realism: World Making in Postwar European and American Art
Christiane Gruber, associate professor of Islamic art, talks about Creative Dissent: Arts of Arab World Uprisings with NPR
Prof. Christiane Gruber's book,The Ilkhanid Book of Ascension, receives honorable mention for this year's Middle East Studies Book Prize
Christiane Gruber, associate professor of Islamic Art, interviewed by Slate on Islamic images of the Prophet Muhammad
Online Exhibit of Iranian Posters written by U-M History of Art graduate student Elizabeth Rauh goes live online
David Doris Publishes Vigilant Things: On Thieves, Yoruba Anti-Aesthetics, and the Strange Fates of Ordinary Objects in Nigeria
Assistant Professor Joan Kee talks to the Wall Street Journal about contemporary artist Park Seo-bo.
Emeritus Professor Richard Edwards publishes The Heart of Ma Yuan: The Search for a Southern Song Aesthetic
VRC’s Kari Smith on instruction team for South Africa’s Nation Research Foundation Training Programme
Assistant Professor Claire Zimmerman publishes Neo-avant-garde and Postmodern: Postwar Architecture in Britain and Beyond
History of Art Graduate Student Symposium: On Absence: Loss and Immateriality in Art and Architecture
Forsyth Lectureship on Medieval Art: Anthony Cutler, "Inhabited Architecture: a Pervasive Motif in Medieval Art and Modern Theory"
Maya Stanfield-Mazzi Lecture, “Clothing the Andean Church: Indigenous Textile Artistry in Colonial Peru”