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  • Lecturers - Faculty - Department of Art History and Archaeology - Columbia University
    Fellow Western Medieval Art Frédérique Baumgartner Lecturer and Director of MA in Art History 18th and 19th century European Art Anastassiia Botchkareva Lecturer and and Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow Islamic and Early Modern Art Lynn Catterson Part time Core Lecturer for Art Humanities Maggie Cao Lecturer and Society of Fellow Postdoctoral Fellow American Art Patricio del Real Part time Lecturer Amanda Gannaway Core Lecturer for Art Humanities Lecturer for pre Columbian Art Pre Columbian Art Catherine Girard Lecturer and Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow Johanna Gosse Lecturer and Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow Jack Hartnell Lecturer and Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow Page Knox Part time Core Lecturer for Art Humanities Nineteenth Century American Art Janet Kraynak Lecturer and Director of MA in Modern Art Critical and Curatorial Studies MODA Sandrine Larrive Bass Core Lecturer for Art Humanities Kevin Lotery Lecturer and Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow Martina Mims Core Lecturer for Art Humanities Irina Oryshkevich Part time Core Lecturer for Art Humanities Italian Renaissance Art and Christian Archaeology Giulia Paoletti Core Lecturer for Art Humanities ELizabeth Perkins Part time Core Lecturer for Art Humanities Olivia Powell Part time Core Lecturer for Art Humanities Italian Renaissance Art Julia Siemon Part time Core Lecturer for Art Humanities Susan Sivard Part

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  • Adjunct Faculty - Department of Art History and Archaeology - Columbia University
    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 Visitors and Adjuncts Dawn Delbanco Adjunct Professor East Asian Art Rosalyn Deutsche Adjunct Professor Barnard Modern and Contemporary Art Feminist Theory Urban Theory John Rajchman Adjunct Professor Theory and

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  • Emeriti - Faculty - Department of Art History and Archaeology - Columbia University
    Resources Media Center Wallach Art Gallery Archaeology at Columbia Renaissance Consortium Events Calendar of Events Forums Special Series Department News Archive Emeriti Richard Brilliant Anna S Garbedian Professor in the Humanities Emeritus Greek and Roman Art History and Theory of Art History Robin Middleton Professor Emeritus 18th to 20th century European Architecture Miyeko Murase Professor Emerita Japanese Art Barbara Novak Professor Emerita American Art Esther Pasztory Professor Emerita Pre Columbian

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  • Faculty Areas of Focus - Department of Art History and Archaeology - Columbia University
    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 Faculty Areas of Focus 19th century Art Jonathan Crary Anne Higonnet Elizabeth W Hutchinson Meredith Gamer beginning fall 2016 20th and 21st century Art including American Art post 1914 Alexander Alberro Noam M Elcott Kellie Jones Branden W Joseph Rosalind Krauss American Art pre 1914 Elizabeth W Hutchinson Kellie Jones Ancient Near Eastern Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean Greek Roman Zainab Bahrani Francesco de Angelis Ioannis Mylonopoulos Arts of Africa and African Diaspora Kellie Jones Z S Strother Early Christian Byzantine and Western Medieval Holger Klein Stephen Murray East Asian Art and Archaeology Robert E Harrist Jr Matthew McKelway Jonathan Reynolds History and Theory of Architecture Barry Bergdoll Stephen Murray Jonathan Reynolds Michael J Waters beginning fall 2016 History of Photography Alexander Alberro Noam M Elcott Islamic Art Avinoam Shalem Native American Art Elizabeth W Hutchinson Renaissance and Baroque Diane Bodart Michael Cole David Freedberg Keith Moxey Simon Schama Michael J Waters beginning fall 2016 South Asian Art

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  • Courses - Department of Art History and Archaeology - Columbia University
    Courses Graduate Courses Fall 2015 Undergraduate Courses Graduate Courses Spring 2015 Undergraduate Courses Graduate Courses Fall 2014 Undergraduate Courses Graduate Courses Spring 2014 Undergraduate Courses Graduate Courses Fall 2013 Undergraduate Courses Graduate Courses Spring 2013 Undergraduate Courses Graduate Courses Fall 2012 Undergraduate Courses Graduate Courses Spring 2012 Undergraduate Courses Graduate Courses Fall 2011 Undergraduate Courses Graduate Courses Spring 2011 Undergraduate Courses Graduate Courses Fall 2010 Undergraduate Courses Graduate Courses Spring

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  • Spring 2016 Courses - Department of Art History and Archaeology - Columbia University
    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 Spring 2016 Courses Undergraduate Courses Graduate Courses All Columbia seminars with an AHIS prefix require an application see undergraduate or graduate planning sheets and forms Many courses fall into more than one distribution area However a single course can never fulfill two Field requirements at the same time For example AHIS W4155 The Art and Archaeology of Ancient Mesopotamia can fulfill either Ancient or non Western but never both Check to see which requirement the courses fulfill Please note that 4000 level lectures are introductory graduate courses and are open to advanced undergraduate and all graduate students and a limited amount of registered auditors from the School of Professional Studies if the instructor permits auditors 6000 level lectures are open only to graduate students Instructor permission is not required for graduate level lectures 8000 level courses are graduate seminars for enrolled graduate students and all seminars require an application Graduate students in the Department of Art History receive preference for enrollment in graduate seminars

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  • Art Humanities - Department of Art History and Archaeology - Columbia University
    1946 bringing Art and Music Humanities in line with the other Core courses as discussion based classes of about twenty students Since 1947 Art and Music Hum have been required and the format has been fixed but our department continues to debate the extent to which we should bow to the text based instruction of the overall curriculum We recently introduced a primary source reader but many faculty believe that a course devoted to looking and to visual literacy should keep reading assignments to a minimum The staffing of Art Humanities over the past fifty years mirrors changes in the department especially the growing integration of the graduate and undergraduate programs The first director of Art Hum was Everard Upjohn 1904 78 an architectural historian who was probably better known as the great grandson of Richard Upjohn designer of Trinity Church on Wall Street Upjohn had founded the Department of Fine Arts at the University of Minnesota before Columbia recruited him in 1935 to develop the undergraduate program in Fine Arts Within the department there were essentially separate undergraduate and graduate faculties and structural divide which remained until the mid 1960s At a time when undergraduate teaching was devalued within the department Uppie s commitment to Art Humanities which he taught from 1937 until his retirement in 1970 was no doubt important but he may not have been the ideal person to redefine the status quo His daily routine involved lunch at the Men s Faculty Club followed by thirty minutes of bridge and it was no secret as he told a reporter that I can t stomach modern art The first generation of Art Hum teachers included Paul Wingert Grand Manson George Collins Norris Kelly Smith the Preacher and Howard McParlin Davis whose close connection to Art Humanities spanned nearly fifty years from the time he joined the faculty in 1944 until 1991 While Howard s teaching became legendary on campus the course has always involved a large number of faculty ranging from full professors to preceptors In the early years the instructional staff included a number of young instructors who taught six sections a year David Rosand did this when he joined the faculty in 1964 The system of preceptorships was established in the late 1960s it enables about sixteen advanced graduate students every year to continue dissertation work while gaining valuable teaching experience In this way our undergraduate and graduate programs have become interdependent so much so that the recent university wide shrinkage of the graduate school presents our department with special problems As for the curriculum it has changed relatively little The earliest description I have found dates from 1941 Discussion and analysis of the place in civilization of selected masterpieces in the visual arts Such landmarks as the Parthenon in Athens the Gothic Cathedral the paintings of Raphael Picasso and other outstanding masters in art are considered Michelangelo Rembrandt and Frank Lloyd Wright and the Skyscraper were also among the original topics Howard Davis long

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  • Past Courses - Department of Art History and Archaeology - Columbia University
    Fall 2015 Undergraduate Courses Graduate Courses Spring 2015 Undergraduate Courses Graduate Courses Fall 2014 Undergraduate Courses Graduate Courses Spring 2014 Undergraduate Courses Graduate Courses Fall 2013 Undergraduate Courses Graduate Courses Spring 2013 Undergraduate Courses Graduate Courses Fall 2012 Undergraduate Courses Graduate Courses Spring 2012 Undergraduate Courses Graduate Courses Fall 2011 Undergraduate Courses Graduate Courses Spring 2011 Undergraduate Courses Graduate Courses Fall 2010 Undergraduate Courses Graduate Courses Spring 2010 Undergraduate Courses

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