Unto This Last: Two Hundred Years of John Ruskin, on view at the Yale Center for British Art until December 8th, examines the Victorian art critic and social theorist John Ruskin as a proto-ecological thinker, social reformer, educato
Hear Ned discussing Inventing Boston with Henry Santoro. Please join us for a launch event for this exquisitely illustrated and powerfully argued book, which is the culmination of decades of research, thinking and teaching at Yale.
In mid-July, students from the Yale Art School, Yale History of Art, and the Doctoral Research Network in the United Kingdom participated in the inaugural summer school at the Paul Mellon Centre in London. In collaboration with the Institute of Contemporary Art, the summer school was a unique opportunity for artists and art historians to gather together and examine the topic of this year, the artist collective.
Congratulations to Christopher Platts, whose exhibition catalogue (co-authored by Yale Law Librarian Mike Widener) Representing the Law in the Most Serene Republic: Images of Authority from Renaissance Venice has won the American Association of Law Libraries annual Publication Award. Christopher (PhD, History of Art, 2018) is currently Visiting Assistant Professor in Art History and Curator & Director of the Alexey von Schlippe Gallery at the University of Connecticut.