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  • Media Center - Department of Art History and Archaeology - Columbia University
    of Focus Courses Spring 2016 Art Humanities Past Courses Undergraduate Major Requirements Senior Thesis Honors Awards Travel Seminars Planning Sheets Forms Graduate MA in Art 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 Media

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  • Wallach Art Gallery - Department of Art History and Archaeology - Columbia University
    to contribute to Columbia University s long standing tradition of historical critical and creative engagement in the visual arts Modeled on a laboratory the gallery presents exhibitions and related programming that reflect the diversity of interests and approaches to the arts at Columbia and embody the University s high standards for research and instruction Operating under the auspices of the Department of Art History and Archaeology the gallery was established in 1986 through the generosity of Miriam and Ira D Wallach Since that time many exhibitions covering a broad range of art historical periods and styles have been initiated by the gallery with graduate students faculty and other scholars serving as curators Works are drawn from public and private collections as well as from University collections Recent exhibitions each accompanied by an illustrated catalogue with a critical essay have included Architecture in Print Design and Debate in the Soviet Union 1919 1935 Settlement and Sanctuary on Cyprus from the Bronze Age to the Middle Ages and The Troubled Search The Work of Max Abramovitz The gallery plays an integral role within the art history program at Columbia University serving as a resource in which teaching and research can be explored

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  • Archeology at Columbia - Department of Art History and Archaeology - Columbia University
    students and faculty come together under the joint title of the department through studies of urbanism architectural space and the context of visual images Archaeology students here have access not only to the rich opportunities the department has to offer but also to the Program in Archaeology that is a cooperation of six departments at Columbia University as well as the network of archaeologists archaeological sites and museum collections in New York City as a whole On the Columbia campus resources such as the University s Art Properties collections the Department s Wallach Art Gallery and finds from the Columbia University expedition to Phlamoudhi Cyprus provide students with opportunities to work with ancient artifacts and gain exhibition experience Fieldwork by Art History and Archaeology faculty in Sicily France and Cyprus create opportunities for students to gain practical experience in archaeology At Columbia University archaeology is a multidisciplinary field practiced by faculty and students in the social sciences natural sciences and humanities At present there are sixteen faculty in the Departments of Anthropology Art History and Archaeology Classics Historic Preservation History Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures and the Center for Environmental Research and Conservation who conduct research on prehistory ancient society or historical archaeology There are also four researchers at Lamont Doherty who conduct research in fields such as dendrochronology paleoclimatology and remote sensing Among the locations in which students and faculty are conducting or participating in field programs are New York City upstate New York the North American Southwest Mexico Belize Honduras Peru Argentina Italy Egypt Greece Syria and Yemen Archaeologists at Columbia also work with professionals at a wide range of institutions in New York through consortium arrangements Among the institutions at which students in particular programs may take courses conduct research or work on internships are The Lamont

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  • New York Renaissance Consortium - Department of Art History and Archaeology - Columbia University
    Consortium The New York Renaissance Consortium has been established to take advantage of the wealth of Renaissance teaching and research in the New York metropolitan area and to create a network through which information about Renaissance events can be shared both through this webpage and our listserv It is intended to facilitate a community among scholars students curators and others with interest in the arts of the Renaissance and will

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  • Calendar - Department of Art History and Archaeology - Columbia University
    Senior Thesis Honors Awards Travel Seminars Planning Sheets Forms Graduate MA in Art 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 Calendar Forums Special Series Home Media Center Mailing Address Art History and Archaeology

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  • Forums & Special Series - Department of Art History and Archaeology - Columbia University
    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 Forums Special Series Architecture Art History PhD Forum Art History Graduate Film Federation Bettman Lecture Series Collins Kaufmann Forum Columbia Art History Graduate Colloquium Howard Hibbard Forum Islamic Art Disrupting Unity and Discerning Ruptures MODA Series New York Renaissance Consortium Robert Branner Forum University

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  • News - Department of Art History and Archaeology - Columbia University
    Onchestos An Archaeological Perspective Based on Columbia s Excavations at the Site May 2015 Caleb Smith Memorial Fellowship For MA Students March 2015 Dr Lee MacCormick Edwards Doctoral Summer Travel Fellowships for 2015 Professor Zainab Bahrani wins the Lionel Trilling Prize for her book The Infinite Image Art Time and the Aesthetic Dimension in Antiquity February 2015 Professor Zainab Bahrani interviewed on Democracy Now regarding Islamic State s destruction of antiquities Ghosts of the Past Nazi Looted Art and Its Legacies Conference August 2015 In Memory of David Rosand June 2014 Professor Zainab Bahrani Receives a Three Year Project Grant from the 2014 Presidential Global Innovation Fund for Mapping Mesopotamian Monuments April 2014 Professor David Rosand Meyer Schapiro Emeritus Professor of Art History to Receive a 2014 Honorary Degree from Columbia University March 2014 Professor Holger A Klein Receives the 2014 Wm Theodore de Bary Award for Distinguished Service to the Core Curriculum The Department of Art History and Archaeology Announces the 4th Annual Cathedral Fund Summer Fellowship at the Royal Academy in London A Symposium in Honor of Miyeko Murase Atsumi Professor Emerita February 2014 Professor Ioannis Mylonopoulos Receives a 2014 Distinguished Columbia Faculty Award April 2013 Barry Bergdoll Receives 2013 Architecture Award from The American Academy of Arts and Letters Dual Master s Degree in Art History Between Columbia University and the Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne Now Accepting Applications March 2013 Department of Art History and Archaeology Announces the 3nd Annual Cathedral Fund Summer Fellowship 2013 at the Royal Academy in London February 2013 In Memory of Caleb Smith January 2013 Mellon Post Doctoral Teaching Fellowships Lectureships for 2013 15 November 2012 Barnard Art History Seminar Application Deadlines Extended to November 7 October 2012 Now on View at MoMA PS1 Now Dig This Curated by Professor Kellie Jones September 2012 Professor Matthew McKelway s Exhibition Silver Wind The Arts of Sakai Hoitsu 1761 1828 Receives Glowing Review in The New York Times August 2012 Remembering Natalie Kampen May 2012 Professor Rosalind Krauss Elected to the American Philosophical Society April 2012 Professor Barry Bergdoll Named a 2012 Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences February 2012 Professor Holger A Klein Receives a 2012 Distinguished Columbia Faculty Award Department of Art History and Archaeology Announces the 2nd Annual Cathedral Fund Summer Fellowship at the Royal Academy in London January 2012 Professor Vidya Dehejia Awarded the Padma Bhushan by the Government of India Mellon Post Doctoral Teaching Fellowships Lectureships for 2012 14 November 2011 Kenyon Review Selects Simon Schama as the Winner of the 2011 Kenyon Review Award for Literary Achievement October 2011 Professor Kellie Jones Curates Now Dig This at the Hammer Museum Mapping Gothic France Digital Insights Into the Genius of Medieval Cathedrals September 2011 MODA Students Launch Online Journal August 2011 Building the Great Cathedrals Nominated for Two Emmy Awards May 2011 Professor Rosalind Krauss Receives Honorary Degree from Harvard University Professor Holger A Klein Receives the Mark Van Doren Award for Teaching Professor Ioannis

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  • Mary Griggs Burke Center for Japanese Art - Department of Art History and Archaeology - Columbia University
    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 Mary Griggs Burke Center for Japanese Art Through a fundraising effort spearheaded by Matthew P McKelway the Takeo and Itsuko Atsumi Professor of Japanese Art History the Department of Art History and Archaeology will establish the Mary Griggs Burke Center for Japanese Art and the Mary Griggs Burke Professorship of East Asian Buddhist Art History Columbia University announced the gift from the Mary Livingston Griggs and Mary Griggs Burke Foundation on February 2 2016 The Burke Center will advance the understanding of the art and culture of Japan and its relevance to other fields of inquiry The Burke Foundation s gift will fund the center s programs including graduate and dissertation fellowships predoctoral research grants publication subsidies conferences and symposia and postdoctoral global core fellowships in Japanese art or other East Asian art fields Mrs Burke who was renowned for her collection of Japanese art was a steadfast supporter of the Department s programs in Japanese and East Asian art

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