Posted January 19th, 2016
Jamie is the 2015-16 fellow at the Rubenianum, a center dedicated to the study of Netherlandish art of the 16th and 17th centuries
Voices from the Cloisters
Posted December 15th, 2015
Find out what the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences has been up to this Fall!
Posted December 10th, 2015
Professor Schaffner is researching plasma plumes for the ALPHA project, a new initiative that hopes to develop marketable technologies from magneto-interial fusion reactors.
Posted December 8th, 2015
Cover art for the journal of Inorganic Chemistry
Posted December 8th, 2015
An international conference in Hungary and an article in the journal 'Inorganic Chemistry' has kept the Burgmayer lab busy this Fall
Hitler at Home
Posted December 8th, 2015
Martin Filler calls Professor Stratigakos's new book "meticulously researched, richly detailed, and soundly argued."
Posted November 17th, 2015
History of Art PhD candidate translates and introduces a 13th-century alchemical recipe for forthcoming Cambridge University Press series
Michelle Smiley researching at the American Philosophical Society
Posted October 20th, 2015
During an internship at the American Philosophical Society, History of Art PhD student Michelle Smiley uncovered the stories behind a group of anthropological photographs.

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