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Department of the History of Art and Architecture

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The Rome Architecture Program adds an art history track

This summer, architecture students won’t be the only ones learning from the palazzos and piazzas of Rome. Art history students will be joining them in an expanded Rome Program for the first time.

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Art and Ritual is topic for spring symposium at UO in April

The Art History Association and the UO Department of Art History will host the 2010 Spring Symposium entitled “Art and Ritual” on April 16 and 17 on the UO campus. Events will take place in the Ford Lecture Hall at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, 1430 Johnson Lane. This is the sixth year of the Art History Association’s annual student symposium. 

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From Oregon to Mongolia, art history and geography experts document landscape

EUGENE, Ore. -- (Jan. 13, 2010) - Members of the University of Oregon's faculty have completed a project to document and analyze a remote, little-known, yet fascinating area of the world.

Altar with nineteen remaining standing stones; west side of burial mounds. Photo by Gary Tepfer.