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  • Information for Incoming Students and Scholars
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    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/isso/incoming/ (2016-02-12)
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  • About - Department of Art History and Archaeology - Columbia University
    art history is tied to the cultural life of New York City where more people are engaged in making writing about exhibiting and collecting art than any place else in the world Whether it is devoted to Roman sculpture Japanese ceramics or French painting a class in art history at Columbia brings students into direct contact with works of art in the city s museums and galleries while classes in architectural history introduce students to the staggering diversity of its buildings and public monuments Like New York City the art history curriculum encompasses many different cultures It is also interdisciplinary in its scope encouraging students to explore the central role of the visual arts on religion politics gender relations urbanism and in all other domains of human experience in which works of art inspire disturb or energize the imagination The Department of Art History was founded in conjunction with special resources in archaeology and architecture at the Avery Memorial Library as inspired by great European traditions of archaeology connoisseurship and iconology Well before recent advances Columbia art historians transcended the geographical and cultural boundaries of the West Since Paul Wingert expanded the Department s curriculum in the 1930s coursework in

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  • Directions and Maps - Department of Art History and Archaeology - Columbia University
    at Columbia University if you do be certain to transfer at 96th Street to the No 1 local By Car from the North Take the New York Thruway I 87 or the New England Thruway I 95 south to the Cross Bronx Expressway I 95 in the direction of the George Washington Bridge Take the exit for the Henry Hudson Parkway south the last exit before the bridge Exit the Parkway at West 95th Street and Riverside Drive and follow the directions from Riverside Dr and 95th Street By Car from South or West Take the New Jersey Turnpike north or I 80 east to the George Washington Bridge As you cross the bridge take the exit for the Henry Hudson Parkway south Exit the Parkway at West 95th Street and Riverside Drive and follow the directions from Riverside Dr and 95th Street By Car from Long Island Take the Long Island Expressway or the Grand Central Parkway west to the Cross Island Parkway north Cross the Throgs Neck Bridge onto the Cross Bronx Expressway I 95 south and Proceed as in By Car from the North By Car from the New York Airports LaGuardia Take the Grand Central Parkway east to the Whitestone Parkway I 678 Follow it across the Whitestone Bridge and onto I 95 south Follow By Car from the North Kennedy Take the Van Wyck Expressway I 678 to the Whitestone Bridge and across Get onto I 95 south and follow the directions above under By Car from the North Newark Follow directions under By Car from the South or West From Riverside Drive and West 95th Street Go north on Riverside Drive to 116th Street Turn right and go two blocks to Broadway and the University s main gate Please note that the main gate

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  • Administration - Department of Art History and Archaeology - Columbia University
    Emily Ann Gabor is responsible for administrative management of the Department of Art History and Archaeology and reports to the Chairman She hires trains and supervises the department staff She works closely with the Business Manager to ensure the department stays within its budgets and adheres to University policy She is the point person for department personnel issues and works closely with the Chairman on faculty development She is also the editor for the department s annual newsletter 826 Schermerhorn Emily has a BA from Brown University and an MFA from Maryland Art Institute Faith Batidzira i Business Manager Phone 212 854 4506 Reporting to the Department Administrator Joshua Sakolsky provides fiscal oversight for the department He manages the department s administrative and programmatic budgets and monitors its instructional and personnel expenses He advises the Chairman and faculty on historical levels of spending and developing budgets and provides reports as needed He approves purchases and spending for goods and services With the ADA he processes appointments for teaching fellows and adjuncts He is also the primary liaison for the department with the Office of International Students and Scholars ISSO Josh manages department grants and serves as the department s effort reporting coordinator Sonia Sorrentini Financial Assistant Phone 212 854 6342 Working closely with the Business Manager Sonia Sorrentini processes payments for goods and services for the department She coordinates the department s participation in the Faculty Research Allowance Program FRAP and other reimbursement and special funding programs for faculty She hires work study students for faculty and the office and she plays an important role in coordinating department events and receptions She is the department liaison with Facilities Area Management Her other responsibilities include coordinating the planning and logistics of faculty searches in cooperation with the Chairman and members of

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  • Hours - Department of Art History and Archaeology - Columbia University
    History MA in Modern Art MODA Dual Master s Degree The PhD Program Current PhD Students Classical Studies Planning Sheets Forms Summer Programs Resources Media Center Wallach Art Gallery Archaeology at Columbia Renaissance Consortium Events Calendar of Events Forums Special Series Department News Archive Hours Department Office Hours Monday Friday 9 a m 5 p m Media Center Hours Monday Thursday 9 a m 6 p m Friday 9 a

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  • 826 Schermerhorn: The Department of Art History and Archaeology Annual Publication - Department of Art History and Archaeology - Columbia University
    Sheets Forms Summer Programs Resources Media Center Wallach Art Gallery Archaeology at Columbia Renaissance Consortium Events Calendar of Events Forums Special Series Department News Archive 826 Schermerhorn The Department of Art History and Archaeology Annual Publication Fall 2015 Number 29 Fall 2014 Number 28 Fall 2013 Number 27 Fall 2012 Number 26 Fall 2011 Number 25 Fall 2010 Number 24 Fall 2009 Number 23 Fall 2008 Number 22 Fall 2007

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  • Faculty - Department of Art History and Archaeology - Columbia University
    Alexander Bahrani Zainab Baumgartner Frédérique Bergdoll Barry Bodart Diane Botchkareva Anastassiia Catterson Lynn Cao Maggie Cole Michael Crary Jonathan de Angelis Francesco Dehejia Vidya Delbanco Dawn del Real Patricio Deutsche Rosalyn Elcott Noam M Freedberg David Gannaway Amanda Meredith Gamer beginning fall 2016 Girard Catherine Gosse Johanna Harrist Robert E Jr Hartnell Jack Higonnet Anne Hutchinson Elizabeth W Jones Kellie Joseph Branden W Klein Holger A Knox Page Kraynak Janet

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  • Full-time Faculty - Department of Art History and Archaeology - Columbia University
    and 20th century Architectural History Theory and Criticism Diane Bodart Assistant Professor Southern Renaissance Art Michael Cole Professor and Department Chair Italian Renaissance and Baroque Art Jonathan Crary Meyer Schapiro Professor of Modern Art and Theory 19th century Art Theory and Criticism Film Francesco de Angelis Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Studies Roman Art and Archaeology Vidya Dehejia Barbara Stoler Miller Professor of Indian and South Asian Art South Asian Art Noam M Elcott Associate Professor Modern and Contemporary Art and Media David Freedberg Pierre Matisse Professor of the History of Art and Director of The Italian Academy for Advanced Studies in America 16th and 17th century Dutch and Flemish Art 17th century Italian Art Theory and Criticism Meredith Gamer beginning fall 2016 Assistant Professor 18th and 19th Century European Art Robert E Harrist Jr Jane and Leopold Swergold Professor of Chinese Art History Chinese Art Anne Higonnet Ann Whitney Olin Professor Barnard 19th century Arts History of the History of Art Elizabeth W Hutchinson Associate Professor Barnard North American Art to 1914 Feminist and Cultural Theory Kellie Jones Associate Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies Art of the African Diaspora Latin American Art Museums Contemporary Art Branden W Joseph Frank Gallipoli Professor of Modern and Contemporary Art and Director of Art Humanities Post War American and European Art Holger A Klein Professor Early Christian Byzantine and Western Medieval Art and Archaeology Rosalind Krauss University Professor 20th century Art and Theory Matthew McKelway Takeo and Itsuko Atsumi Professor of Japanese Art History Japanese Art Keith Moxey Barbara Novak Professor of Art History Barnard Northern Renaissance Art Social History and Critical Theory Stephen Murray Lisa and Bernard Selz Professor of Medieval Art History Medieval Art Gothic Architecture Social and Cultural History Ioannis Mylonopoulos Associate Professor Ancient Greek Art Architecture and

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