Johns hopkins art history
History of art – phd | rome school of classical and
Roman and early Italic art and architecture; long-term Ancient Mediterranean visual culture; urbanism and spatial theory; macro-historical analysis of critical/cultural theory; debates on cultural heritage, collecting and showing, and authenticity of ancient art and material culture; macro-historical study of critical/cultural theory; debates on cultural heritage, collecting and display, and authenticity of ancient art and material culture
The Society of Architectural Historians’ 2018 Spiro Kostof Book Award; the Council of Graduate Schools’ 2017 Gustave O. Arlt Humanities Award; Invited Scholar at the Netherlands Institute for Advanced Studies in 2015; Getty Postdoctoral Fellowship, Getty Research Institute, 2010-2011; The University of Texas’ 2010 Outstanding Dissertation Award was given to the best dissertation in Humanities and Fine Arts. Andrew W. Mellon Foundation/American Council of Learned Societies Dissertation Completion Fellowship, 2009-2010; American Academy in Rome, 2007-2009 Rome Prize (Frances Barker Tracy/Samuel H. Kress Foundation/Archaeological Institute of America Helen M. Woodruff Fellowship of the Archaeological Institute of America two-year Pre-Doctoral Rome Prize); The Society of Architectural Historians’ Scott Opler Endowment for New Scholars Fellowship; 2007-2008 Cullen Trust Endowment Fellowship, The University of Texas at Austin; 2002-2007 M. K. Hage Endowed Scholarship in Fine Arts, The University of Texas at Austin; 2006 Etruscan Foundation Fieldwork Fellowship, Etruscan Foundation; 2005-2006 Dr. Ralph and Marie B. Hanna Centennial Endowed Scholar, The University of Texas at Austin; 2005-2006 Dr. Ralph and Marie B.
Re-mapping the italian renaissance
Dr. Stephen Campbell went to Trinity College in Dublin, the University of North Carolina, and Johns Hopkins University for his studies. He taught at Case Western Reserve University (1993-94), the University of Michigan (1995-1999), and the University of Pennsylvania before joining the Johns Hopkins faculty in 2002. (1999-2002). He wrote a general-interest book on the Great Irish Famine of 1847-1851 in 1993, with a foreword by President of Ireland Mary Robinson. Dr. Campbell’s pre-modern Italian art studies and publications have focused on the role of art in the development of courts, towns, and states; Renaissance literature and theory of art; the body, sex, and gender; the histories of collecting and canon formation; and, more recently, the geographies of art in Italy and the Mediterranean.
(not) reading the signs: writing and script in modern asian
Mary’s research focuses on the ancient Americas’ visual and material traditions, especially those found in the Lambayeque Valley on Peru’s north coast. She is intrigued by the intermediality of pictorial and textual information structures, as well as how these mediums communicate as language and communication vehicles. Mary previously worked at The Metropolitan Museum of Art as part of the Lifchez-Stronach Twelve-Month Curatorial Internship, during which her work was featured in The New York Times. She’s worked at the Walters Art Museum, the Baltimore Museum of Art, and the Johns Hopkins Archaeological Museum, among others. Mary graduated from Johns Hopkins University with a BA in Art History and Political Science in 2017.
Johns hopkins krieger school of arts and sciences
The Zanvyl Krieger School of Arts and Sciences is one of nine academic divisions of Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland. It is located on the university’s Homewood campus in the Charles Village neighborhood of northern Baltimore. It is Johns Hopkins’ flagship institution, providing extensive undergraduate and graduate education in the humanities, natural sciences, and social sciences.
In 1876, Johns Hopkins University, the nation’s first research university, employed “thirty of the most profound scholars in the various fields of literature that can be secured, and which, with its magniflcont endowment, will inevitably become one of the leading institutions of learning in America,” according to its mission statement.
[two] In 1967-1968, the Faculty of Philosophy and the Faculty of Engineering combined to create the new School of Arts and Sciences. [three]
It isn’t as glamorous as donating to a medical school. People don’t know that the arts and science college is the source of everything. It is the cornerstone of the university’s overall foundation.