Our Art History and Archaeology program today comprises about eighty majors and twenty-five graduate students. Our Ph.D. program is one of the oldest in the midwest, and we have a long record of placing our M.A. and Ph.D. students in academic and museum positions, as well as in non-profit and gallery positions. Our majors go on to graduate and professional degrees in a variety of disciplines, ranging from distinguished art history, visual culture, archaeology, and architectural programs, to advanced work in other humanities fields, or to obtain professional degrees in law, medicine, and business.
For the last four years, the Department has sponsored an alumni reception at the Annual Conference of the College Art Association. This year's conference will be held in New York City from February 16 to 16, 2013. If you are going to be in the New York area, please join the Department for the reception to see faculty and old friends. More details will follow.
If you are an alum, we invite you to fill out the attached web form (click here), and send us your news (or update what we have recorded for you here). What are you doing, what degrees have you recently finished, what have you researched or published? We want to hear from you!
-- Elizabeth C. Childs, Department Chair