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Art History


Student Perspective: Engagements with the Escalette Collection

January 11, 2023 by Jessica Bocinski | News

The Escalette Collection of Art is looking back at some of the fantastic work students created in the Fall 2022 semester based on artwork in the collection. Displaying artwork throughout Chapman’s campus allows students to engage with the collection, whether in their classes or just walking by. By bringing their unique backgrounds, perspectives, and knowledge to

Is Having a Minor Really a “Bonus?” The Value in a Minor

November 21, 2019 by | News

We know having a major is “majorly” important, but what about a minor? How valuable is a minor? What can declaring a minor do for you? According to a U.S.A. News report, “A college major carries considerable weight in higher education, shaping career paths and lives as students pursue work within a particular discipline. Undergraduate

Art History Symposium: April 7 Keynote Speaker Heather Badamo

March 14, 2017 by | News

The Art Department is excited to be hosting keynote speaker Heather Badamo on Friday, April 7, 2017 as part of the Art History Symposium. Heather Badamo is a professor at UCSB and specializes in the air of Byzantium and the East Christian world. Her research focuses on the intersections of Christian and Islamic visual culture,

Visual Thinker Lecture Series Presents: Nov. 13

November 4, 2014 by | News

The Art Department is hosting a Visual Thinker Lecture Series on Thursday, November 13, 2014 at 7 p.m. with Professor of Art History and Architecture at University of California, Santa Barbara, Jeanette Favrot Peterson. Professor Peterson will speak on …  The symbolic and racial implications of darkness: Guadalupe from Spain to the Americas. About

West Meets East in Indian Art

September 30, 2014 by | News

In January, adjunct Professor of Art History, Ed Fosmire will visit sites in India as he investigates the confluence of East and West on the visual arts on a research trip. Although primarily the result of several centuries of British control, India also had significant contact with (and colonization by) the Dutch,

Interactions with the Ancient World

August 4, 2014 by Justin St. P. Walsh | Art

In my first blog post, I described some of the reasons why Cástulo was an important place in antiquity. Now I want to explain what made me want to come here and start a collaboration (future posts will discuss what life is like on an excavation and some of the special experiences I’ve had since

Faculty Research in Ancient Cástulo

July 30, 2014 by | News

Today, Wednesday, July 30, 2014, marks two weeks since my arrival in the city of Linares (in the province of Jaén, Spain) and starting to work alongside members of the FORVM MMX team at the site of ancient Cástulo. I first came to Cástulo two years ago when I was working on my

Art Faculty Showcased at Coastline Community College

February 13, 2014 by | News

Elizabeth Dastin ( Art History ) will be giving a lecture titled, A Tender Assault on the Home and Streets: 1960s Post-War Photography, on Wednesday, February 19, 2014 at 10:30 a.m.at Coastline Community College, Room 104, 1515 Monrovia Ave, Newport Beach . ABOUT THE LECTURE: Filled with assassinations, political upheaval and cultural revolutions, the 1960s

Timing is Everything with Art History Professor Justin Walsh

August 19, 2013 by | Events

Assistant Art History Professor Justin Walsh has been invited to participate in a public program as part of the exhibition Timing is Everything at the University Art Gallery at UC San Diego, from October 3 through December 6, 2013. Over the course of eight weeks, an exhibition of moving image installations by four artists

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