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Winner of 2019 Undergraduate Dissertation Prize

We are delighted to announce that Giorgia Maria Maffioli Brigatti (University of Cambridge) is the winner of the Association for Art History's 2019 Undergraduate Dissertation Prize for her essay, 'Revolutions through the eyes of Shirin Neshat'. 

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DACS launches Zero-Rate Tariff for Images for Academic Journals

DACS launches a zero-rate tariff for images to be published in academic journals, which will become available from 2 April 2020. 

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Association for Art History Office moves to remote working

The Association for Art History has now moved to remote working until further notice.

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DECOLONIZING ART HISTORY

The February 2020 issue of our journal 'Art History' sees the publication of a major new intervention, ‘Decolonizing Art History’.

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Art History Uptake at UK Universities

A statement from the Association for Art History's CEO, Gregory Perry, about the current art history uptake at UK Universities.

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NEW ONLINE HISTORY OF ART A LEVEL

We are delighted to announce the launch of a new online History of Art A level. The new online course will be available from November 2019 and arises from a partnership between the Association for Art History and the National Extension College, working with universities, schools and teachers.

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2019 Annual Conference Highlights

Highlights from this year's 2019 Annual Conference in Brighton.

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Postgraduate Dissertation Prize Winner

We are delighted to announce that Samantha Scott (University of York) is the winner of the Association for Art History’s 2018 postgraduate Dissertation Prize for her essay, ‘A Luminous Translation’: Lithophanes at Woburn Abbey, 1836 to 1838’.  The prize will be awarded to Samantha at the Association’s 2019 Annual Conference in Brighton. You can read an […]

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Since 1974 the Association for Art History has championed art history, visual culture and all those...

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