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October 9, 2019
FSU Art History Students Curate Exhibit on Architecture …

Museum Object Fall 2019 Class This fall the Art History Museum Object class under the direction of Professor Doron Bauer is developing the exhibition Stories Laid in Stone: Modern Architecture

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September 30, 2019
Fall Lecture Series 2019

Lectures: G40 WJB Wednesdays @ 4pm This fall The Department of Art History will host a series of lectures on Wednesday evenings. On Wednesday, October 9, at 4 pm in

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September 17, 2019
Introducing the PhD Moment: Highlights of Art Historica …

PhD Moment is an ongoing series devoted to showcasing the work of emerging scholars in FSU’s doctoral program in Art History. Each episode features formative experiences in the program, providing

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September 16, 2019
Art History Professor Tenley Bick Accepts Italian Art R …

Department of Art History Professor Tenley Bick has accepted an invitation to be the 2019–20 Scholar in Residence at Magazzino Italian Art, a museum and research center located in the Hudson River Valley just north of New York City.

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September 10, 2019
Find Funding through FSU’s Online Scholarship Pla …

The Florida State University Foundation offers an online scholarship platform in which students can find and apply for funding. The system, FS4U – Finding Scholarships For You, opened in 2019 and is now available to all students.

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September 3, 2019
Now at the Museum of Fine Arts: Identity in the Ottoman …

At the FSU Museum of Fine Arts through Nov. 9: Identity in the Ottoman Empire, curated by Dr. Lynn Jones in collaboration with student researchers from Art History, History, and Religion. The exhibition explores the diverse ethnic and religious identities that coexisted in the Ottoman Empire (ca. 1300-1922), which at its greatest extent spanned 3 continents comprised of approximately 25 million subjects.

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