These Fellowships are for early career researchers, with a research record but who have not yet held a full-time permanent academic post, to undertake a significant piece of publishable work.
Dr Mara Polgovsky Ezcurra (Birkbeck)
Thursday 14 November, 6pm
18-22 November, various locations
Organised by the Faculty of Social & Historical Sciences and Faculty of Arts & Humanities
Short papers on Rosemarie Trockel, Arshile Gorky and Adrian Piper followed by discussion.
Tuesday 19 November, 5pm
Members of the department will be invited to bring along a single slide to discuss briefly in relation to the theme.
Monday 25 November, 5pm
Dr Kirsty Sinclair Dootson (University of St Andrews)
Thursday 28 November, 6pm
Dr Cécile Fromont (Yale University)
Tuesday 3 and Thursday 5 December
The Cabinet of Obsolete Media has been conceived as a teaching collection of media and technologies of the image in the department. The Cabinet aims to collect devices and technologies that represent the development of time-based media, particularly as resources for academic art historical study and reference.
The department is pleased to congratulate Professor Bob Mills, who has been awarded a Provost's Public Engagement Award (Established Career category).
A short video and a history of the department.
Object is a journal produced entirely by graduate students in the History of Art.
Object 20 is now available online.
Listings of all our Research Staff, including contact details, research interests, publications and more.
An on-line bookshelf with a selection of publications authored and edited by staff past and present.
The UCL History of Art Society (@uclhoas) is a communal space for students with similar interests in arts and culture to come together in a welcoming environment.