(July 15, 2021)Glenn Peers Co-authors New Book
Glenn Peers's new book written with Virginia Burrus and Thomas Arentzen is now out: "Byzantine Tree Life: Christianity and the Arboreal Imagination" (Palgrave Macmillan, 2021).
(July 7, 2021)Art History Major Jaden Dagenais Pens Debut Blog Post for the Everson Museum
Jaden Dagenais ('22) contributes a piece on the artist Louis Marak to the Everson's Object of the Week blog.
(June 30, 2021)Glenn Peers Participates in Panel Discussion on His New Book
Check out the virtual panel discussion in response to AMH professor Glenn Peers' book "Animism, Materiality, and Museums: How Do Byzantine Things Feel?" organized by the W. F. Albright Institute of Archaeological Research in Jerusalem.
(June 24, 2021)Glenn Peers Creates Podcast for the Clark Art Institute
Professor Glenn Peers was invited to create a podcast on the Byzantine Fresco Chapel, by the internationally acclaimed Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute (The Clark).
(June 17, 2021)Sascha Scott Receives Smithsonian American Art Museum Award for her Essay on Decolonizing U.S. Art History
The award committee noted that Scott’s essay marks a pivotal moment in the field.
(June 17, 2021)Cultivating Meaning: Syracuse University Scholars Explore Landscapes Through Unique Research Lenses
The Landscape Studies Interdisciplinary Faculty Research Seminar launches a new website thanks to a CUSE grant.
(June 3, 2021)Two Art History Students Hired As Research Assistants
Thanks to funding from SOURCE grants, art history faculty have been able to hire undergraduate research assistants for the summer.
(June 2, 2021)Tyler Valera Wins Laurinda Dixon Prize
Tyler Valera (M.A. '21) has been selected the winner of this year’s Laurinda Dixon Prize for Outstanding Graduate Paper.