By Jennifer Borland and Louise Siddons We recently co-wrote an article for the relatively new journal, Art History Pedagogy and Practice, which outlines and reflects upon a class project we co-conducted in two courses we taught in the fall of 2016. Very briefly, we co-developed a semester-long project for two classes to work collaboratively around […]
“As we celebrate, dwell in, and embrace the basic materiality of our objects, we work to find ways to foreground the material of the objects themselves into larger historical analysis.
[Guest Post by Lily V. Filson, Ph.D., Adjunct Professor of Art History, Tulane University] Never had I suspected that my first year of teaching as an adjunct professor of art history would become a campaign of the heart to raise students’ awareness of the art and archaeology of Yemen. I am fresh – just one […]
[Guest post by Jennifer P. Kingsley] I am a non-disabled white cisgender woman specializing in the arts of medieval Europe and Byzantium. When I was in graduate school, my PhD department focused almost entirely on western Europe. Today, I run an interdisciplinary undergraduate program in museum studies. I have an abiding interest in how museums […]
[Guest post by Alexa Sand, Professor of Art History, Utah State University] As recent discussions within the field of medieval studies and medieval art history in particular have made clear, there are politics to the way in which we organize our survey courses and present the “Middle Ages” to our students. In the wake of some disturbing recent […]