Orange Alert


(Sept. 15, 2021)

Theo Cateforis Presents "Lollapalooza Nation: The Rise of Alternative Rock in the 1990s"

Professor Cateforis's discussion will take place for the Brattleboro Museum & Art Center via live Zoom and Facebook Live on September 16, 2021.

(Sept. 15, 2021)

Three New Faculty Members Join Art & Music Histories

AMH welcomes Warrick Moses, Ruth Opara, and Serena Wang to the department.

Exterior view of Victoria Memorial Hall.

(Sept. 14, 2021)

NEH Grant Awarded to AMH’s Romita Ray to Convene Leading Scholars for an International Research Workshop and Symposium

Ray is organizing a workshop and virtual symposium on the historic architecture, collections, and gardens of the iconic Victoria Memorial Hall, Calcutta.

(Sept. 14, 2021)

Sally Cornelison Publishes Two New Essays

Professor Cornelison's pieces appear in two new collections of essays on Italian Renaissance art.

Sascha Scott

(Sept. 1, 2021)

Sascha Scott Awarded Lunder Institute Fellowship

Professor Scott joins a cohort of research fellows that will pursue original scholarship on artistic modernisms of the Southwest.

Natalie Bono portrait

(Aug. 24, 2021)

Fine Arts Alum Natalie Bono Joins Goldring Program

AMH alum Natalie Bono (B.A. '21) will study in the Goldring Arts Journalism and Communications Master's Program in the Newhouse School of Public Communications.

Amanda Eubanks Winkler portrait

(Aug. 23, 2021)

Amanda Eubanks Winkler Co-Organizes 2021 North American British Music Studies Symposium

Professor Eubanks Winkler served on the symposium planning committee for the 2021 NABMSA conference, "New Approaches to Music, Identity, and the British Empire from the Early Modern to Brexit."

(Aug. 20, 2021)

Scott Manning Stevens Awarded a Radcliffe Institute Fellowship

Congratulations to Professor Scott Manning Stevens, associate professor of English, director of Native American and Indigenous Studies, and courtesy faculty member in our department, who was recently awarded a Radcliffe Institute Fellowship.