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Sascha Scott portrait

(Nov. 13, 2023)

Sascha T. Scott Receives NFAH Fellowship for Her Work on Modern Pueblo Painting

Associate professor of art history Sascha Scott has been named an inaugural non-residential fellow of the New Foundation for Art History 2023-24 and will use the grant to complete her new book.

Stack of books.

(Nov. 8, 2023)

Fall Bookshelf

The weather might be turning chilly, but your reading list will heat up with these recent literary works from College of Arts and Sciences faculty and Department of English alumni.

Sascha Scott (left) and Scott Manning Stevens (right) with student curator Eiza Capton (center, left) and artist Peter B. Jones (center, right) at the opening of Continuity, Innovation and Resistance.

(Nov. 6, 2023)

Reflecting on the Past, Offering Hope for the Future

Native American students at Syracuse University help curate an exhibition of works by contemporary Haudenosaunee artist Peter B. Jones, illuminating Indigenous culture and history.

a halloween pumpkin sat on a table with halloween decorations in the background

(Oct. 29, 2023)

A&S Experts Share Their Halloween Favorites

Professors from the Department of Art and Music Histories discuss the haunting works of art they enjoy on October 31.

The Taj Mahal in the background with water in the foreground

(July 25, 2023)

Romita Ray (SU) and Tim Barringer (Yale) Co-Convene International Conference at Yale University

Taj of the Raj: The Victoria Memorial Hall, Kolkata (an international conference at Yale University) is scheduled to take place September 15 – 17, 2023 at Loria 351, 190 York Street, New Haven, CT.

Stephanie Adams portrait

(May 31, 2023)

Steph Adams Wins 2023 Laurinda Dixon Prize

The Laurinda Dixon Prize for best graduate student symposium paper is awarded annually and carries a cash prize.

collage of three images

(May 24, 2023)

Art & Music Histories Undergraduate Awards

The Department of Art & Music Histories is proud to announce our undergraduate award recipients of the Sidney Thomas and Abraham Veinus Prizes for 2022, and the recipient of Distinction in Music History and Cultures for 2023.

Rina Banerjee seated next to artwork.

(Feb. 14, 2023)

Encountering Love, Identity and Place-Making with Artist Rina Banerjee

AMH Professor Romita Ray was awarded a National Endowment for the Arts grant to support acclaimed artist Rina Banerjee’s exhibition and residency at Syracuse University.