Faculty News

November 15, 2017

Jane DeRose Evans presents paper on her research on the excavation coins found at Sardis, Turkey, at the annual ASOR meetings

Author: Jane DeRose Evans

Prof Jane DeRose Evans is presenting recent work on the excavation coins of Sardis, Turkey, "Coins and Pottery: Tracking the Numismatic Profile of 4th and 5th Century Sardis" at the annual meetings of the American Schools of Oriental Research, in Boston.  The talk is part of her forthcoming monograph, to be published by Harvard University Press. Read More

November 3, 2017

Alice Price chairs panel, Suzanne Singletary presents paper at SECAC Annual Conference in Birmingham

Author: Jane DeRose Evans

Art History Adjunct Instructor Alice Price chaired a panel, "Illustrated Exchange: Text and Image in the Discourse of the Fin-de-siècle" on intertextuality at SECAC's annual conference on October 28, This panel considered how the interaction of text and image at the turn of the 20th century helped to define modernism as well as to transcend regional boundaries. Suzanne Singletary, Ph.D. presented her paper “The Whirlwind: Whistler and Mallarmé" at the panel. Read More

November 3, 2017

Jonathan Kline contributes two chapters to "Gli Affreschi delle Palazze / The Palazze Frescoes" (Gangemi Editore)

Author: Jane DeRose Evans

Assistant Professor Jonathan Kline published two chapters in an edited volume on the frescoes of a thirteenth-century monastery in Italy. The bilingual volume is titled Gli Affreschi delle Palazze: Una Storia tra Umbria e America / The Palazze Frescoes: A Tale between Umbria and America. To mark the publication of the volume, Dr. Kline and colleagues from Italy gave lectures on their research at College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, MA, and at Temple University. Read More

September 27, 2017

Professor Dona Nelson in "Unpainting," Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sidney, Australia, September 30th, 2017 to July 2018

Author: econover

Dona Nelson's work is in "Unpainting," at the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sidney, Australia, September 30th, 2017 to July 2018. This show is works from the museum collection and is accompanied by a catalog. The show includes works by Mark Bradford, Sigmar Polke, Jessica Stockholder, Dona Nelson, Daniel Buren and many others. Read More

September 27, 2017

Recent work from Professor Philip Glahn

Author: econover

Philip Glahn’s recent writings include “Interrogating Invention: Electronic Café and the Politics of Technology,” Panorama (Summer/Fall 2016) and the forthcoming “The Future is Present: Electronic Café and the Politics of Technological Fantasy,” both co-authored with Cary Levine as part of a book project concerning 1980s art-activist telecommunication initiatives in Los Angeles. Glahn is co-initiator and -organizer of the ongoing interdisciplinary research colloquium “Toward a Technics of Aesthetics: Technology, Politics, and Contemporary Culture” at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill and was a visiting lecturer and critic at Towson University in Baltimore. Read More

September 27, 2017

Professor Odili Donald Odita, upcoming shows and honors

Author: econover

Professor Odili Donald Odita: Prospect.4, US Biennial curated by Trevor Schoonmaker, November 11, 2017 - February 25, 2018, Prospect New Orleans. Located in the greater New Orleans area. Installation at the Newark Museum - for the newly renovated Lobby space.  Opening November 2017. Induction as a Member of the National Academy, National Academy Museum and School, NY. November 2017. Read More

September 8, 2017

Inquirer features I-95 Corridor PennDot Project including Tyler Professor Sasha Eisenman

Author: Kari Scott

Tyler Associate Professor of Horticulture Sasha Eisenman, PhD recently participated in a novel project between PennDot, Villanova University and Temple University to use gardens to mitigate rainwater runoff from Highway 95 as it runs through Philadelphia. The project uses plants identified by Dr. Eisenman to allow rainwater to soak into the ground instead of running into an overtaxed water treatment system in Philadelphia. Philadelphia's daily Inquirer wrote a feature about the project, which you can read here. Read More

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