Michelle Apotsos, specialist in African art, to join the faculty

Michelle Apotsos has joined the faculty as a specialist in the arts of Africa with a focus on classical African architecture, Afro-Islamic art, and the effects of globalization/modernity on African visual culture. She completed her Ph.D. in Art History at Stanford University and recently served as a research associate at the National Museum of African

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Clark to reopen July 4, 2014

Grand Opening

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Michael Ann Holly to join the faculty as Robert Sterling Clark Visiting Professor 2014-15

Michael Holly

    Michael Ann Holly will be the Robert Sterling Clark Visiting Professor for the 2014-2015 academic year. She will be teaching two courses: Methods of Art History, a seminar in the intellectual history of the history of art that concentrates on the ways this tradition has been challenged by recent critical trends in the

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Kristen Oehlrich joins the faculty as Post-Doctoral Teaching Fellow

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Kristen Oehlrich will join the Graduate Program as the new Post-Doctoral Teaching Fellow, a three-year teaching and administrative position in its inaugural year. Oehlrich recently received her PhD from Brown University. Her research and teaching interests include the history of photography, film, and visual culture. Her dissertation examined the early career of Walker Evans in

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Darby English joins the faculty as Director of the Clark’s Research and Academic Program

Darby English

Darby English, previously Professor of Modern and Contemporary Art at the University of Chicago, will be joining the Williams College Graduate Program in the History of Art faculty roster in his role as the new Starr Director of the Research and Academic Program at the Clark. English will begin teaching courses in Spring 2014, with

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Rebecca Zorach joins the faculty as the Robert Sterling Clark Visiting Professor 2013-14


Rebecca Zorach, Professor of Art History and Romance Languages at the University of Chicago, joins us this fall as the Robert Sterling Clark Visiting Professor for 2013-14. Rebecca’s scholarship focuses on late medieval and Renaissance art, primarily French and Italian, as well as gender studies, critical theory, and historiography. Other of her interests include art

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