Uemura Shoen, Lady Kusunoki, 1944 Wednesday, January 23, 2019 – 6:00pm Marymount School 1026 Fifth Avenue Between 83rd and 84th Streets New York, NY 10028 Asato Ikeda will be presenting from her new book, “The Politics of Painting: Fascism and Japanese Art during the Second […]
Last night, November 29th, was the opening reception of Defiant Spirits: Fernando Brito’s Sinaloa, an exhibition organized by Fordham University’s Institute of International Humanitarian Affairs. This exhibition debuts in the new Canisius Gallery, an exhibition venue for artistic works relating to humanitarian and social justice issues. Using art as a means […]
Photo by Chris Taggart featured on FordhamNews Our own Professor Rowe was honored during the 2nd annual Sponsored Research Day for her achievement in securing externally funded research grants. Dr. Rowe used the grants to fund research for her current book project, From Adam to Achilles to Alexander: […]
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Dr. Barbara Mundy with other LASA award winners at the official ceremony in the Pontificia Universidad Católica in Lima, Perú.
Congratulations Professor Barbara Mundy, winner of the 2017 LASA Bryce Wood Book Award. Awarded to an outstanding book on Latin America in the social sciences and humanities published in English.
Fordham University professor Asato Ikeda would like to invite all current and former students to the opening night talk for the exhibition A Third Gender: Beautiful Youths in Japanese Prints, a show curated by Professor Ikeda coming from the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto to the […]
Barbara E. Mundy Department of Art History, Fordham University The Fate of the Sacred Book of the Ancient Americas After the conquest of Mexico of 1519-21, evangelizing Catholic priests targeted native books for destruction, setting their crosshairs on the ritual calendar-books that indigenous priests used for […]
The Art Bulletin publishes a laudatory review of Professor Barbara Mundy’s book, The Death of Aztec Tenochtitlan, the Life of Mexico City
Dr. Amara Solari, from Penn State, calls Professor Mundy’s new book, “carefully argued, eloquently written, and beautifully illustrated…” She also states that the book is “poised to make an immediate and permanent impact on the discipline of art history and beyond.” Bravo Professor Mundy, these are well deserved […]
Barbara E. Mundy receives a prize for the best book of 2015 from the Latin American Studies Association (LASA), Colonial section, for her book The Death of Tenochtitlan, the Life of Mexico City. She was presented the award at the annual conference of LASA held […]