The Department of Art and Art History offers undergraduate (B.A. with a concentration in Art History) and graduate (M.A. in Art History) degrees in art history. A broad range of undergraduate and graduate courses are taught each semester. In addition, there are opportunities for independent study, internships at museums and galleries, and study abroad to locations such as India and Italy. Faculty specializations include Renaissance and Baroque art, Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century European and American art, Modern and Contemporary Art and Theory, South Asian, and Himalayan art. The Department of Art and Art History offers graduate and undergraduate scholarships, and graduate assistantships.
Art History faculty offices, the Art History office and the Visual Resources Center are housed on the second floor of the Education Building just north of Sterne Library. The main departmental offices are located in Room 113 in the Humanities Building.
Art History Contact Information:
Caroline Marx, Office Specialist
Art History Office
Education Building, Room 238J1