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September 28, 2022
Florida State University launches Festival of the Creat …

The Florida State University Office of Research presents the Festival of the Creative Arts, a campus-wide collaborative event highlighting the diverse voices, talents and creativity of FSU faculty and students.


September 19, 2022
Call for Papers: 39th Annual Graduate Student Symposium

The Florida State University Art History faculty and graduate students invite students currently working toward an MA or a PhD to submit abstracts of papers for presentation at our 39th Annual Art History Graduate Student Symposium, which will be held on our main campus in Tallahassee, FL, March 3-4, 2023. The deadline for submitting abstracts (maximum 250 words) is December 1, 2022.


September 9, 2022
Welcome Art History Department Chair Lorenzo Pericolo!

The Department of Art History is excited to welcome Lorenzo Pericolo as Department Chair and Vincent V. and Agatha Thursby Professor of Early Modern Art and Architecture. Dr. Pericolo is an art historian with special interests in European Renaissance and baroque art and architecture. His research focus lies mostly in the artistic production of Italy, France, and Spain, although he has also published essays on Flemish and Dutch painting.


September 8, 2022
Alumna Allison Marino Joins Curatorial Staff at Clark A …

Allison Marino (BA ’20) joins the Clark Art Institute in Williamstown, MA, as the new Curatorial Assistant for Works on Paper in September, 2022. Allison received the Bachelor of Arts in Art History and Media Communication Studies from Florida State University in May 2020, with honor’s research focused on sixteenth-century Northern European printed maps and the print market. At the Clark, Allison will oversee the Manton Study Center for Works on Paper.


September 6, 2022
Doctoral Student Sheila Scoville Attends Research Progr …

Doctoral student Sheila Scoville participated in the 2022 Plant Humanities Summer Program at Dumbarton Oaks. In the spring she also traveled to Chicago to attend a research methods workshop for early-career graduate students at the Newberry Library, “New Spain at the Newberry Library: Demystifying Colonial Documents from the Ayer Collection.”


September 5, 2022
Introducing Dr. Alexandra Challenger

Dr. Alexandra Challenger defended her dissertation “Printing the Cosmos: Images, Readers, and Mathematics in Peter Apian’s Instrumental texts,” this summer. Dr. Challenger researches Apian’s printed books which often included moveable and interactive instruments.


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