Penn History of Art alumn Beth Citron's (PhD 2009) newest exhibition was of recent topic in the New York Times: "South Asia Through Modernist Binoculars, 'Radical Terrain' at the Rubin Museum of Art."
History of Art PhD student Emily Neumeier recently gave an Ottoman History Podcast, episode 81: Art and Diplomacy with Emily Neumeier, Osmand Hamdi Bey and the Journey of an Ottoman Painting. Visit http://www.ottomanhistorypodcast.com/2012/11/art-history-osman-hamdi-bey-archaeology.html to listen.
It is time to submit proposals for Summer
2013 course offerings that are rostered
through the School of Liberal and
Working Group in Medieval Sculpture: A Transatlantic Dialogue
The Art of Sculpture 1100–1550: Sculptural Reception
The Fourth Annual Anne d’Harnoncourt Symposium
November 2–4, 2012
Elliot and Roslyn Jaffe History of Art Building 3405 Woodland Walk Philadelphia, PA 19104-6208 215.898.8327
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