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Public Scholarship from Art History Faculty

Todd Cronan co-authors Chronicle of Higher Education editorial

"Sometimes exhibitions get canceled. For instance, a museum can change management and a scheduled exhibition might be quietly removed from the calendar. What happened at the Santa Barbara Museum of Art over the past few months is different."

—Todd Cronan and Charles Palermo, "The Santa Barbara Museum's Hypocritical Attack on Art"

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Public Scholarship from Art History Faculty

Exhibition at Carlos Museum co-curated by Linda Merrill

Linda Merrill and curator of Greek and Roman art, Ruth Allen, co-curated Recasting Antiquity: Whistler, Tanagra, and the Female Form at the Michael C. Carlos Museum. This exhibition centers around a series of works on paper by American artist James McNeill Whistler that were inspired by Hellenistic Greek terracotta figures known as Tanagras. The show will be open from February 3-May 19, 2024.

Dr. Soohyun Yoon, East Asian Faculty Search

Renewed Manifestations: Women Artists and Chinese Buddhism, 1550-1750

Thursday, February 22

White Hall 112

Theodossios Issaias, Architecture Faculty Search

A Shelter, a Garden, and an Act of Refusal

Wednesday, February 28

Ackerman Hall