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Representing Islam-call for papers

Posted on Tuesday 19 May 2020

The general basis of Orientalist thought is an imaginative geography dividing the word into two unequal parts, the larger and “different” one called the Orient. Edward Said, “Islam Through Western Eyes”.

New publication by Tim Ayers

Posted on Wednesday 29 April 2020

Congratulations to Tim!

Online Highlights from History of Art at the University of York

Posted on Tuesday 31 March 2020

Looking for ways to access quality art experiences online?

Publication success for Sammi Scott

Posted on Tuesday 31 March 2020

Sammi's first article has just been published in Visual Culture in Britain.

Congratulations to Veronica Smith

Posted on Tuesday 24 March 2020

Veronica has been awarded the British Archaeological Association's Ochs Scholarship for 2020.

Success for Anthony Geraghty

Posted on Tuesday 24 March 2020

Congratulations to Professor Anthony Geraghty.

CANCELLED: Psychoanalysis and Art History

Posted on Tuesday 25 February 2020

York Summer Theory Institute in Art History

Congratulations to Jiyi Ryu!

Posted on Tuesday 25 February 2020

Jiyi Ryu has been appointed Curator of Korean Collections at the British Museum.

New publication by Anthony Geraghty and Mark Kirby

Posted on Tuesday 11 February 2020

Congratulations to Mark and Anthony!

York Art Gallery hosts Making a Masterpiece exhibition, co-curated by Dr Jeanne Nuechterlein

Posted on Friday 20 December 2019

The imagination, science and sublime skill behind the creation of an iconic artwork is the focus of the major new exhibition.

Call for Conference Papers for World Weary: Cultures of Exhaustion

Posted on Wednesday 18 December 2019

Organisers seek papers for conference to be held 21-22 May 2020 in York.

Call for proposals for Aspectus: A peer-reviewed journal of visual culture

Posted on Monday 2 December 2019

The editorial team is seeking submissions for Aspectus to be published in October 2020.

Royal Collection Trust launches ‘The Lost Collection of Charles I’ digital catalogue

Posted on Thursday 7 November 2019

Niko Munz, a current PhD student in the Department of History of Art, was behind the research for the database project, which attempts to reconstruct the lost collection.

Latest issue of Afterall journal released.

Posted on Friday 27 September 2019

This is the final issue edited by Ana Bilbao, before she joined us here in York.

We’re 5th in the UK

Posted on Monday 23 September 2019

History of Art at York is in the top five in the Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide

Events

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Psychoanalysis and Art History: CANCELLED

York Summer Theory Institute in Art History

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Jul

Pantheons: Sculpture and Faith at St Paul's Cathedral, c.1795-1914

Pantheons is a major three-year project, exploring the sculpture at St Paul's across the long nineteenth century.

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Jul

Rethinking Nineteenth-Century Mosaics

A series of short papers on European mosaic production in the long nineteenth century.