Listen to Harriet Senie, professor at Contemporary American Art and the Graduate Center and City College, on WNYC’s Brian Lehrer Show discussing New York City’s vow to take a closer look at “symbols of hate on city property.” Dr. Senie is also a member of the Mayoral Advisory Commission on City Art, Monuments and Markers. Continue reading “Dr. Harriet Senie on WNYC’s Brian Lehrer Show: Should NYC’s ‘Symbols of Hate’ be Reconsidered?”
Gwen Shaw, Art History doctoral candidate and Contributing Writer for Visible Pedagogy, on experiential learning and how Graduate Center instructors can integrate site visits into their teaching: Continue reading “Gwen Shaw: In Praise of Experiential Learning”
Read Dr. Golan’s “Temporalités cachées dans Campo Urbano” in Transbordeur: Photographie histoire société on her faculty page. Continue reading “New Faculty Publication: Romy Golan on “Temporalités cachées dans Campo Urbano””
We are happy to announce our updated program website! Based on the summer survey results, we have introduced the following changes to our web presence: Continue reading “Updated Art History Program Website”
Please join us at 6 PM for a workshop with Professor John Maciuika, Practical Strategies for Grant Writing in the Humanities. Continue reading “Wednesday 9/27: Grant Writing Workshop with Prof. John Maciuika”
Current students and faculty are cordially invited to kick off the beginning of the new academic year with
food, drinks, and ice cream!
A much earned congratulations to our talented students who won fellowships and awards last year! See below for a list of recipients, updated as of spring 2017.
A warm welcome to our new and returning students and faculty! Continue reading “Welcome Back: Fall 2017”