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  • FRIENDS Support Art History Announcements SPRING 2016 COURSES Simona and Jerome Chazen Distinguished Chair in Art History We are delighted to announce the establishment of the Simona and Jerome Chazen Distinguished Chair in Art History named after its donors We are deeply grateful for this transformative gift to the department Simona and Jerry met in an art history class when they were students at UW and have a life long love of and commitment to the arts both as collectors and as benefactors Their wonderful generosity made possible the expansion of the campus art museum that now bears their name and they have enriched its holdings with valuable works from their own collection They are also great benefactors of the arts in New York City where they reside The first holder of the Simona and Jerome Chazen Distinguished Chair in Art History will be Professor Nicholas Cahill a specia list in ancient art history and director of the Sardis Expedition since 2008 Donors Jerome and Simona Chazen study Monument a sculpture by Spanish artist Joan Miro on display in a third floor gallery at the Chazen Museum of Art during a 2011 open house for the campus community for the

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  • About Us - UW-Madison Department of Art History
    from Africa Asia and Europe to the Americas Through the 1970s James Watrous one of Hagen s doctoral students continued the department s growth in size scholarship and significance He fulfilled Hagen s dream of building a museum as a laboratory for the Department of Art History Today Art History shares a handsome building with the Chazen Museum of Art and the Kohler Art Library Here students pursue original research that draws on the resources of theses collections In partnership with the Chazen and other local and regional museums we offer our students rare opportunities to engage in hands on learning about objects and the curatorial process through special exhibitions Each year the Department of Art History serves more than 100 undergraduate art history majors and approximately 35 graduate students who are in various stages of their master s and Ph D programs We recruit students from throughout the United States Africa Asia and Europe Art History graduates have continued their studies at the graduate level at other top schools Art History graduates are pursuing a broad range of careers including faculty and curatorial positions at major universities colleges galleries and museums where they are making significant contributions through important publications and exhibitions Our internationally recognized faculty have held prestigious fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation the Institute for Advanced Study the Metropolitan Museum of Art the National Museum and Library the Getty Research Foundation the Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst and the Center for Advance Study in the Visual Arts Excellence in Teaching Research and Outreach Our strengths lie in the great breadth of our faculty s areas of specialization the diversity of our approaches the interdisciplinary emphasis of our research and teaching and our engagement with curatorial and museum studies The department pursues research and offers courses in a wide range

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  • Contact Us - UW-Madison Department of Art History
    Library Visual Resources Collection Classroom Reservations News and Events Announcements Events Calendar Newsletters Affiliated Programs Buildings Landscapes Cultures Material Culture Visual Culture Contact Us Department of Art History 232 Conrad A Elvehjem Building 800 University Avenue Madison WI 53706 Telephone 608 263 2340 FAX 608 265 6425 Email Office Hours 8 00 A M 4 30 P M View Larger Map Search this site Department of Art History 232 Conrad

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  • Faculty and Staff - UW-Madison Department of Art History
    Preeti Chopra Associate Professor of Architecture Urban History and Visual Studies Modern architectural and urban history the spatial landscapes of empire visual and spatial cultures and thehistory of South Asia material culture postcolonial theory and cultural studies Office 220 Conrad A Elvehjem Bldg Phone 608 265 8694 Email chopra wisc edu Thomas E A Dale Professor Early Christian Medieval and Byzantine art Romanesque art religious experience and the senses San Marco in Venice the cult of the saints cultural appropriation and hybridity Office 203 Elvehjem Building Phone 608 263 5783 Email tedale wisc edu Henry J Drewal Evjue Bascom Professor African and African Diaspora art history Office 229 Elvehjem Phone 608 263 9362 Email hjdrewal wisc edu Gail L Geiger Professor Director of Undergraduate studies Italian Renaissance and Baroque Art The impact of emerging science and technology on the aesthetics of painting sculpture and architecture the role of global exploration and trade on the material culture of the period racial and gender stereotypes promoted and thwarted and the politics of power on visual culture Office 226 Elvejhem Phone 608 263 2287 Email glgeiger wisc edu Yuhang Li Assistant Professor Chinese Art Gender and material practice in late imperial China Lay Buddhist women the cult of Guanyin and image making women artists History of Chinese textile and costume opera and Chinese visual culture Qing court art Office 218 Elvehjem Building Phone 608 263 1175 Email yuhang wisc edu Nancy Rose Marshall Professor Nineteenth century French and British Art and Visual Culture Office 224 Elvehjem Phone 608 263 2342 Email nrmarshall wisc edu Ann Smart Martin Stanley and Polly Stone Professor Director Material Culture Program American material culture American decorative arts and domestic interiors Vernacular arts Self taught and folk art Craft practices Historical archaeology Museums and curatorial practice Office 205 Elvehjem Phone 608 263 5684 Email asmartin wisc edu Michael Jay McClure Associate Professor Contemporary Art Twentieth Century Art New Media Theory Semiotics Psychoanalysis Post structuralism Gender Studies Queer Theory French Painting Abstraction Modernism Post modernism Office 206A Elvehjem Bldg Phone Email mjmcclure wisc edu Quitman E Gene Phillips Professor Department Chair Japanese art Office 204 Elvehjem Phone 608 263 2340 Email qephilli wisc edu Jennifer Pruitt Assistant Professor Islamic Art Art History Society Liaison Office 216 Elvehjem Bldg Phone 608 263 2349 Email jpruitt wisc edu Visiting Postdoctoral Fellows Adjunct Dan H Fuller Lecturer History of photography Office Phone Email dhfuller wisc edu Russell Panczenko Director Chazen Museum of Art Museum studies 14th 15th Century Italian painting and Contemporary American Art Office 272 I Elvehjem Phone 608 263 2246 Email rpanczenko chazen wisc edu Affiliate Faisal Abdu Allah Office Phone Email William Aylward Associate Professor Greek and Roman Art and Archaeology Office Van Hise Hall Phone 608 263 7498 Email aylward wisc edu Laurie Beth Clark Professor of Art Video Performance Installation Over the years the recurring themes in Clark s work are gender and ethnicity the nexus of employment and unemployment and the persistence of material culture into the

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  • Policies and Procedures - UW-Madison Department of Art History
    Culture Policies and Procedures Grievances Grievances initiated by faculty staff and students must be submitted in writing and only in writing to the Grievance Committee Grievances may be the result of a wide variety of issues and situations arising from interaction in the classroom or workplace grades working conditions misunderstandings Professors Marshall committee chair Buenger and Chopra constitute the Grievance Committee The Grievance Committee shall respond to complaints 15 days after such complaints have been received The Chair of the Department of Art History Professor Dale is the next level of appeal and depending on the nature of the complaint the Chair may appoint an ad hoc committee to investigate the case in greater detail If the need exists the Chair will refer the case to the appropriate authority outside the department all departmental attempts toward resolve having been exhausted Sexual Harassment Sexual harassment is not a compliment It s offensive and illegal Professor Jill Casid is the officially designated sexual harassment contact person for the Art History Department and has received training from the Office of Affirmative Action She will follow procedures from that office for discussing and reporting incidents of sexual harassment or discrimination starting with a pledge

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  • Courses - UW-Madison Department of Art History
    Traces the evolution of art forms and concepts from mid 10th century on examining their transformations in modern contemporary China The course presents developments in painting calligraphy woodblock printing ceramics architecture and multimedia II 3 cr H E Open to Freshmen 310 Early Christian and Byzantine Art Evolving forms of the arts in the period of the first great Christian era Sophomore standing or cons inst I or II 3 cr H I 313 Romanesque Sculpture Medieval sculpture of Western Europe from its beginnings to 1150 Sophomore standing or cons inst I or II 3 cr H I 318 Romanesque and Gothic Art Art and architecture of Western Europe ca 1000 to ca 1350 Particular emphasis on the relationship of the arts to theology ritual concepts of the body rulership and courtliness Open to Freshmen I 3 cr H I Dale TR 11 00 12 15 L140 319 Gothic Architecture Architectural development in the high Middle Ages Requires Sophomore standing or cons inst I or II 3 4 cr H I 320 Italian Renaissance Art 1250 to 1595 Painting sculpture and architecture Requires Sophomore standing or cons inst I or II 3 cr H I Geiger MWF 9 55 10 45 L150 Elvehjem Building 321 Italian Art 1250 1400 Developments in the arts within the broader historical and cultural context issues of artistic style patronage the artist s emerging self consciousness Major artists include Giotto Duccio the Pisani Simone Martini and Altichiero Requires Sophomore standing or cons inst I or II 3 cr H I 322 Italian Art from Donatello to Leonardo da Vinci 1400 1500 Stylistic analysis of 15th century art in Florence and other regional centers Emphasis on the relationship between the arts and the historical cultural context Requires Sophomore standing or cons inst I or II 3 cr H I 323 From Michelangelo Raphael to Titian The Arts in 16th Century Italy This course covers 1500 1570 with emphasis on painting sculpture and architecture but the graphic and decorative arts as well patronage and the impact of global discoveries also are included Requires Sophomore standing or cons inst 3 credits H I Requires Sophomore standing or cons inst I or II 3 cr H I 324 The Arts of Venice in the Early Modern Period 1250 1700 Requires Sophomore standing or cons inst I or II 3 cr H I Geiger TR 1 00 2 15 L150 327 Renaissance Architecture Great architectural styles and their masters in Europe during the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries P So st or cons inst 328 History of American Art 1607 1865 Explores American art and material culture between 1607 and 1865 works of painting sculpture architecture the decorative arts and popular media are examined within the broader social historical and cultural contexts that give them form and meaning Requires Art Hist 202 or 329 I 3 cr H I 329 History of American Art 1865 Present Explores American art and material culture from 1865 to the present works of painting sculpture architecture photography decorative arts and popular culture are examined within broader social historical and cultural contexts that give them meaning Requires Art Hist 202 or Art Hist 328 II 3 cr H I 330 The Painting Graphic Arts of Germany 1350 1530 Leaders in German painting and graphics including Stephan Lochner the Master ES Durer and Grunewald Requires Sophomore standing Art Hist 202 or con inst I or II 3 cr H I 331 Angels Demons Nudes Early Netherlandish Painting This course focuses on one of the most exquisite episodes in the history of painting Guided by the preciousness of van Eyck the bizarre hellscapes of Bosch and the peasant festivals of Bruegel we will delve into pictorial worlds both pious and raucous Sophomore standing or cons inst I or II 3 cr H I 332 Northern Painting and Graphics from Bosch and Holbein to Bruegel Late Renaissance and Mannerism in the Netherlands and Germany Includes Bosch Bruegel Cranach Holbein Requires Sophomore standing Art Hist 202 or con inst I or II 3 cr H I 333 Netherlandish Painting of the 17th Century Masters of landscape genre religious painting and portraiture of the Low Countries including Rubens Rembrandt Hals and Vermeer Requires Sophomore standing Art Hist 202 or con inst I or II 3 cr H I 334 Prints and Master Printmakers of the Western World Art in the graphic media from the fifteenth century to the recent past P So st Art Hist 202 or cons inst I or II 3 cr H I 341 Italian Baroque Art Italian painting sculpture architecture and the graphic arts between 1600 and 1750 with emphasis on Caravaggio the Carracci Artemesia Gentileschi Bernini Algardi Borromini the Tiepolo family and Piranese Requires Sophomore standing or cons inst I or II 3 cr H I 345 Survey of French Art 1650 1900 ntroduction to French art of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries tracing the rise and fall of the academic tradition and the birth of the avant garde Emphasis on relationship of arts to social and historical contexts Requires Art Hist 202 Open to Freshmen Irr 3 H I 346 British Art and Society from the Eighteenth Century to the Present Major movements covered include eighteenth century art of the public sphere Hogarth Wright of Derby Neo Classicism Reynolds Romanticism Blake Turner landscape Pre Raphaelites modern movements and the postmodern revival of British art Requires Sophomore standing or cons inst I or II 3 cr H I 348 European Architecture The Eighteenth Century Architecture of the 18th century in England France Spain Italy and Germany Requires Sophomore standing or cons inst I or II 3 cr H D 349 The Architecture and Art of Cuba A history of the architecture and art of Cuba from 1519 to the present Requires const inst Irr 3 cr H I 350 19th Century Painting in Europe History of European painting from 1800 to 1900 Requires Sophomore standing or cons inst I or II 3 cr H I 351 20th Century Art in Europe Major artists and movements from 1880 to 1950 Requires Sophomore standing Art Hist 202 or con inst I or II 3 cr H I 352 German Art of the Nineteenth Century Art from the period of Winckelmann to the origins of Expressionism 1750 1905 Emphasis on major figures and trends and on relations to contemporary European developments Requires Sophomore standing Art Hist 202 or con inst I or II 3 cr H I 353 Twentieth Century Women Artists in Europe and America A study of major figures and group developments in historical context Special consideration given to conditions that influenced artists particular use of certain styles modes and imageries and to larger issues raised by the works critical and profes Requires Junior standing Art Hist 201 or 202 or cons inst II 3 cr H I 354 Cross Cultural Arts Around the Atlantic Rim 1800 to the Present Interdisciplinary study of cross cultural exchange and conflict focusing on the visual arts with sections on literature film and music from the Americas Africa and Europe Requires Sophomore standing or cons inst II Alt Yrs 3 cr e D 355 History of Photography The Archive Desire Writing with Light European and American photography from its invention to the challenge of electronic media emphasizing development of a critical approach to the medium 357 European Architecture The Nineteenth Century Architecture of the 19th century in France Britain Germany and Spain P So st or cons inst Requires Sophomore standing I or II 3 cr H I 358 European Architecture The Modern Movements Major architectural trends in Europe from 1900 to 1939 Requires Sophomore standing or cons inst I or II 3 cr H I 359 American Indian Art History Contemporary Issues Thematic introduction to contemporary 1960 present Native North American art drawing from historic precendents I 3 cr H I 360 Early Modern Art of Northern Europe Renaissances and Reformations This course critically reexamines concepts traditionally associated with the Renaissance by focusing on four themes art and piety antiquity as a source of tradition and imagination the formulation of a public discourse and the emergence of the concept of artistic authorship Brisman MW 2 30 3 45 L140 362 Arts of India A general survey of Indian sculpture architecture and painting Requires Sophomore standing or cons inst I or II 3 cr H I Cross listed with Languages and Cultures of Asia 363 American Decorative Arts and Interiors 1620 1840 Interdisciplinary study of the design production and consumption of household objects and their American domestic settings 17th through the early 19th centuries Requires Sophomore standing or cons inst I 3 cr H I Cross listed with DS 364 History of American Art 1607 Present Explores American art and material culture between 1607 and the present works of painting sculpture architecture and the decorative arts are examined within the broader social historical and cultural contexts that give them form and meaning Requires Art Hist 202 Alt yrs II 3 cr H I 365 Survey of American Art Since 1945 This course traces out some of the radical changes in contemporary art Contemporary however is not just a chronological distinction but may refer to a broadly defined set of ideas that inform and emerge from this highly diverse work Requires Art Hist 202 Open to freshmen I or II 3 cr H I 367 American Architecture Colonial and Federal American architecture from the sixteenth through the early nineteenth centuries covering English Spanish Dutch and French colonial styles and the Federal period Requires Sophomore standing or cons inst I or II 3 cr H I 368 American Architecture The 19th Century Major architects and trends in American architecture from the Greek Revival to the Chicago School Requires Sophomore standing or cons inst I or II 3 cr H I 369 American Architecture The 20th Century Major architects and trends in American architecture from 1900 to the present Requires Sophomore standing or cons inst I or II 3 cr H I 370 Arts of China An introduction to the varied forms of artistic expression in China covering jade carving metalwork sculpture ceramics calligraphy painting and architecture Equal attention will be given to technique stylistic analysis and cultural context Requires Sophomore standing or cons inst I or II 3 cr H I 371 Chinese Painting A survey of Chinese painting from the third century BC to the 18th century introducing the important masters of each period and discussing the esthetic concepts and theories that underlie traditional connoisseurship Requires Sophomore standing or cons inst I or II 3 cr H I 372 Arts of Japan A survey of Japanese art including painting sculpture architecture woodblock prints and various crafts Requires Sophomore standing or cons inst I or II 3 cr H I Phillips MWF 9 55 10 45 L140 375 Later Japanese Painting and Woodblock Prints An introduction to the history and aesthetics of Japanese painting and woodblock prints from 1600 to 1900 Requires Sophomore standing or cons inst I or II 3 cr H I 377 African Art Paleolithic to the Rise of West African Empires Study of African art history from Paleolithic to the rise of West African empires including the rock paintings engravings of the Sahara and southern Africa and the art of Egypt Nubia Kush Napata Meroe Axum Nok Leydenburg and Igbo Ukwu Requires Sophomore standing or cons inst I or II or SS 3 cr H I 378 African Art West African Empires to the Start of the Colonial Era Study of African art history from the rise of West African empires to the beginning of the colonial era including the sculpture painting and architecture of Jenne Tellem Dogon Kanem Bornu Sao Sapi Ife Benin Kongo Kuba Swahili Coast and Zimbabwe Requires Sophomore standing or cons inst I or II 3 cr H I 379 Cities of Asia Historical overview of the environment of cities of Asia from antiquity to the present architectural and urban legacy in its sociohistorical context exploration of common themes that thread through the diverse geographical regions and cultures of Asia Open to Freshmen I 3 cr H 1 Cross listed with Languages and Cultures of Asia 390 Pre Columbian Art P So st 405 Cities and Sanctuaries of Ancient Greece Topics include urbanism in ancient Greece in theory and practice the forms technologies patronage and use of buildings the creation and conception of urban space and the organization of religious sites dedications and rituals Requires Art Hist 201 300 301 302 Classics 300 or cons inst II 3 cr H I 406 Topics in American Art An in depth examination of special topics related to American art and visual culture from the colonial period through the present Emphasis on interpreting art and visual culture in its historical and cultural contexts Requires Junior standing one Art History course at both the 200 level and 300 level or cons inst I or II 3 cr H D 407 Topics in 19th Century Art Pre Raphaelites Sex and Death in Victorian Culture An advanced lecture course covering specific aspects of 19th century visual culture Topics include representations of race and gender the history of photography popular imagery and aspects of Modernism Requires Junior standing one Art History course at both the 200 level and 300 level or cons inst 3 cr H I Marshall TR 11 00 12 15 150 Elvehjem Building 408 Topics in Twentieth Century Art Advanced lecture course on special topics of twentieth century art that focuses variously on Europe England America or their international interaction Emphasis on art in its historical and social context Requires Junior standing Art Hist 201 or 202 or cons inst II 3 cr A 411 Topics in Asian Art This course will trace the evolution of modern Chinese art chronologically and thematically from the late nineteenth century to the present day Requires Sophomore standing 3 cr H I 412 Topics in African African Diaspora Art History These lecture discussions serve as an introduction to the post World War II art and artists of the African Diaspora exploring how the artists have developed a global practice Requires Junior standing Afro Amer 241 or 243 or cons inst Alt Yrs 3 cr H A 413 Art Architecture in the Age of the Caliphs Art religious identity and political legitimacy of the Islamic caliphs Themes include sectarianism incorporation of Christian and Jewish culture courtly urban relations and the caliphate in modern visual culture Sophomore Standing 415 Topics in Medieval Art Death and the After Life in Medieval Art and Culture Ranging from the Early Christian catcombs of the second century CE to the transi tombs of the fifteenth century this course explores how funerary art and architecture and images of the eschaton last things helped cope with the fact of death and fostered an interdependence of the living and the dead through ritual and memory Requires Junior standing one Art History course at both the 200 level and 300 level or cons inst I or II 3 cr H A Requires Junior standing one Art History course at both the 200 level and 300 level or cons inst I or II 3 cr H A 420 Art and Law An advanced lecture course covering specific aspects of Italian Renaissance art Requires Junior standing Art Hist 201 or 202 or cons inst I or II 3 cr H A Geiger TR 11 00 12 15 L166 425 Race and Gender in Italian Early Modern Art Gender and race are often overlooked in traditional characterizations of Italian Renaissance art Issues created tensions between historical contexts and visual representations often idealized or obscured The course reevaluates imagery of the period Requires one of the following Art Hist 202 320 321 322 323 341 525 or 825 II 3 cr H D 428 Visual Cultures of South Asia This lecture course concentrates on the images art advertisements photography television and cinema material culture such as clothing and environments architecture urban planning and public rituals of India Open to Freshmen II 3 cr H 1 Cross listed with Languages and Cultures of Asia Chopra MW 2 30 3 45 L150 430 Topics in Visual Culture The Wake of Postmodernism I or II 3 cr H D McClure TR 5 00 6 15 L150 431 Topics in Theory Introduces philosophy and theory relevant to the study of art history and visual cultures with a focus on a particular body of theoretical work and an organization in terms of key questions and concepts Open to Sophomores I or II 3 cr H D 432 Multiculturalism and the New Museology Museums and Multiculturalism addresses historic and current trends in museum studies and the impact of shifting professional and popular standards on these movements The significance of the object in various cultural contexts is critically examined P Open to Fr 433 Sign Symbol Stereotype Native Icons Revealed Native Icons critically examines images of Native American Indians from the diverse contexts of fine arts popular culture photography and film in historic and contemporary cultural contexts P Open to Fr 440 Art and Power in the Arab World This course considers the use of art and architecture as an expression of power in the Arab world from the seventh century to the present Pre Reqs Sophomore standing 443 History of Painting in India An introduction to the history of Hindu Buddhist Jain and Islamic paintings of India P So st Vajracharya I 3 cr H D Cross listed with Languages and Cultures of Asia 449 Topics in Architectural History Assessment of how cultural phenomena help shape a given architectural development Requires cons inst I Alt Yrs 3 cr H D 452 Art in Europe 1880 1914 Fauvism Expressionism Cubism and Futurism and their roots in late nineteenth century art Requires Junior standing Art Hist 201 or 202 at least one other upper level course in Art History or cons inst I or II 3 cr H A 453 Art in Europe 1915 1955

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  • Graduate Program - UW-Madison Department of Art History
    standing Master s Program Ph D Program Material Culture Certificate Architectural Option Ph D Visual Culture Minor SLIS Art History Double Degree Curatorial Studies Certificate under development Applying How to apply to the graduate program Why UW Madison Art History The Graduate School Catalog Financial Aid Opportunities and Deadlines Grant and Fellowship Opportunities Requirements The Art History Graduate Handbook Ph D Minor in Art History Resources Art History Grad Forum

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  • Undergraduate Program - UW-Madison Department of Art History
    History Questionnaire Checklist Honors Program Checklist Asian Option DARS Exception Form Course Change Form Pass Fail Option Form Guidelines for Preparation of the Senior Honors Thesis Senior Honors Thesis Colloquium Presentation Requirements Material Culture Undergraduate Curriculum Material Culture Undergraduate Checklist Material Culture DARS Exception Form Academic Resources How to Research and Write an Art History Research Paper information from Professor Barbara Buenger and Linda Duychak Kohler Art Library Kohler Art

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