Blog Archive

March 22, 2023

Joseph Kopta Delivers Paper at the Medieval Academy of America Annual Meeting

Author: Jane DeRose Evans

Art History faculty member Joseph Kopta participated in a panel, “Globalizing Medieval Art Education: A Roundtable,” on February 25, 2023 at the 98th Annual Meeting of the Medieval Academy of America in Washington, D.C. His participation, titled “The Global Middle Ages: Syllabi in Three Case Studies,” was part of two sessions in Honor of Lawrence Nees, Professor Emeritus of Medieval Art at the University of Delaware, and an early proponent of the geographic expansion of the discipline beyond Western Europe. Kopta's presentation discussed Tyler's curricular development of its pre-modern art history course offerings from an intersectional perspective. Read More

March 15, 2023

Professor Stephen Anderson Publishes Works on Unique Urban Design Practices

Author: Emily Herbein

Stephen Anderson, Associate Professor of Instruction in Architecture, recently published Sverre Fehn and the City: Rethinking Architecture's Urban Premises (Routledge, 2023), an exploration of 10 of Pritzker Laureate Sverre Fehn's unique urban projects, and contributed a chapter to Projecting Urbanity: Architecture For and Against the City (David Leatherbarrow ed. Artifice Press, 2023). Describe your practice? What do you enjoy about your work?  Read More

March 9, 2023

2023 MFA Thesis Shows Explore Time, Space, and Connection

Author: Wanda Motley Odom

Soso Capaldi, The White Whale (2020-2021). Ink, colored pencil, graphite. 31 inches x 45 inches.The Tyler School of Art and Architecture at Temple University opens its 2023 MFA Thesis Exhibitions (March 15-May 6) with a series of group shows by 32 students exploring themes of temporality, location and space, symbols, ritual and social relations, and the connection of parts to a whole. Read More