November 1 - 4, 2018 Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas The SMU Art History Department, its graduate program in the Rhetorics of Art, Space, and Culture (RASC/a), and the Meadows School of the Arts are proud to announce the program for Art and Architecture in the Long Eighteenth Century: HECAA at 25, an international conference in celebration of the twenty-fifth anniversary of the founding of the Historians of Eighteenth-Century Art and Architecture. HECAA at 25 will present recent research on eighteenth-century visual culture, consider questions of historiography and pedagogy, and chart paths for the future of the field. The HECAA at 25 Conference Schedule How to Register for HECAA HECAA Accomodations
By Asiel Sepúlveda With funds provided by Santander Bank, N.A., four art history Ph.D. students traveled to Peru, where they explored historic cities and Inca sites and presented papers at a symposium about art, architecture and politics at Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú in Lima.
The M.A. Program in Art History trains leaders in the field who are capable of thinking critically, viewing objects with fresh perspective and conducting research at the highest level and who are conversant with the discipline’s history and invested in shaping its future. Recent graduates have gone on to Ph.D. programs, most fully funded, at Harvard, Yale, Northwestern, Brown, Cornell, UCLA, University of Michigan and USC. Whether it’s the M.A. or Ph.D. program, small classes, one-on-one mentorship and internship opportunities are key to growing. In that spirit, SMU Art History introduces the 22 graduated candidates.