17th-century Dutch Art; Visual Culture & History of Science (16th - 18th centuries); Early Modern Gender Studies; Portraiture.
- Arts 1216
East Christian and Byzantine art; Theories of cultural exchange; Philosophies of religious violence; Strategies for communal self-fashioning as manifested in the visual arts.
- Arts 2310
Pre-Columbian art and archaeology; cultural heritage; conservation; cultural landscapes; culture contact; frontiers; metalworking and ancient technology; craft production.
- Arts 1266
Modern architecture and urbanism; Cultural landscape of colonialism; British empire; Postcolonial and critical theory.
- Arts 1210
Islamic architecture and urbanism, 7th - 9th centuries and 17th century; medieval Islamic Iconography; modern art of the Arab world; critiques of the field.
- Arts 1212
Northern European Art, 15th - 17th century; Kunst- and Wunderkammern; History of Museums and Collecting; Early-Modern Spectacle.
- Arts 1224
Surrealism; French art (interwar period); European 20th-century Art; American Post-WWII Art; Visual Culture; Critical Theory.
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- Arts 1240 (chair's office)
- Arts 1218 (faculty office)
Roman Republican sanctuaries; altars; ancient rituals; cults and burial practices.
- Arts 2316
African and African Diaspora Arts and Visual Culture; Contemporary Art; Cultural Patrimony Research, and Critical Theory.
17th- and 18th-century art and architecture in Italy; history of collecting and museums.
- Arts 1252
Contemporary art; material culture, craft, and design; gender and artistic labor; art criticism; feminist historiographies and theory; alternative spaces; art school pedagogies; global exhibition practice and history; queer culture and theory.
- Arts 1230
Chinese Painting and Calligraphy, Early to Modern; intersections of texts, theories, and images.
- Arts 1214
Early Modern and Modern Japanese Visual Culture: illustrated books and print culture, ukiyo-e woodblock prints, painting, calligraphy.
- Arts 2312
Modern architecture; domestic architecture; patronage; histories of modernist, revival styles; and, sustainable architecture.
Architecture of the United States; Contemporary architecture.
- Arts 1260