Tag: Nina Rowe

Congratulations Professor Nina Rowe!

Congratulations Professor Nina Rowe!

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: […]

Check out these Spring 2018 Course Videos!

Check out these Spring 2018 Course Videos!

ARH2360–Illuminated Manuscript (4 credits) Nina Rowe Before the invention of the printing press in the fifteenth century, every book was a precious, hand-produced object. Often these manuscripts were richly decorated with painting, called illumination. This course examines the development of manuscript illumination over the length […]

Professor Nina Rowe awarded prestigious NEH and ACLS Fellowships

Congratulations Professor Rowe, our Chair extraordinaire! She has been awarded year-long fellowships from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) and the American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) for her new book project, The World in a Book: Weltchroniken and Society at the End of the […]