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Art History Department

New Lindsay Study Room for the University Art Museum

  The Kenneth C. Lindsay Study Room was unveiled last week in a ceremony that included a wonderful talk by one of former professor Kenneth Lindsay’s protégés, the Morgan Library and Museum curator William Voelkle, alumni class of ’61. In … Continue reading

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October Conference | Writing the Global City: A Tribute to Professor Anthony D. King

Mark your calendars! From the Department of Art History: The Department of Art History at Binghamton University cordially invites you to Writing the Global City: A Tribute to Professor Anthony D. King, an international conference to be held on campus, … Continue reading

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Art historian highlighted in Discover-e

Lalaine B. Little, a doctoral student in the Art History department, is spotlighted in this weeks Discover-e Binghamton online magazine. Congrats! From Discover-e, by Todd R. McAdam: Lalaine B. Little chartered a boat to a Philippine island, cajoled the locals … Continue reading

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Crossing the Boundaries 2013 Submission Deadline

Art History Rock Stars, Attention! The deadline for proposal submissions to Crossing the Boundaries, the Interdisciplinary Graduate Student Conference at Binghamton University is tomorrow, Feb 1st! For more information on the conference, check the website. Proposals for individual papers (20 … Continue reading

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Spring 2013 VizCult Lectures

Don’t miss this semester’s VizCult Speaker Series, presented by the BU Art History Department. Visit the Binghamton Art History Blog for more information and updates.

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Art History News & Blog

For all incoming Art History students, make sure to visit the Art History Blog, where you can find information on the history of the department, faculty and alumni news, graduate student activities, calls for papers, and upcoming VizCult presentations. More … Continue reading

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