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Our symposium, Lives/Afterlives/Futures: Engagements with the Archive, will be held this Friday, April 3rd! Please join us via Zoom at noon for opening remarks and the first presentation. Symposium Zoom Link: https://uoregon.zoom.us/j/149523403 12:00pm – Opening Remarks 12:05pm – Danya Epstein, Southern Methodist University. The archive in Ashes: Hopi House, Mary Colter, and Nampeyo 12:15pm – Sam […]

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Statement on Our Symposium and COVID-19

Dear Conference Attendees: This statement addresses our April 3rd conference proceedings in light of the recent COVID-19 outbreak. As of this writing, the conference will proceed as scheduled. Oregon State has declared a State of Emergency, the purpose of which is to provide additional necessary resources. All of the University of Oregon’s facilities are currentlyoperating […]

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Symposium deadline extended

The Symposium Committee has chosen to extend the deadline for the annual symposium to January 31! For the full Call for Papers please look to the 2020 Symposium page. Applicants should submit an abstract of no more than 300 words, a paper title, and a current CV to uosymposium@gmail.com. The extended deadline for submissions is […]

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2020 Symposium

We are excited to share our symposium this spring, Lives/Afterlives/Futures: Engagements with the Archive. As assembled repositories of knowledge, archives provide unique insights into personal, communal, and institutional histories. Art historians frequently interact with archives in their practice: as researchers in search of primary sources, as curators of exhibitions, and in studying art that mimics […]

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Transitions and Thanks

As the academic year comes to a close, the 2017-2018 executive board would like to extend our heartfelt gratitude towards everyone who helped make this year such a pleasure and success! The year has been filled with hard work, friendship, and forward movement. We are so proud of what the AHSA has accomplished. Re-caps of this […]

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Contested Memories

The 14th Annual AHSA Graduate Student Research Symposium and accompanying Art Show were a tremendous success! On Friday April 20th, nine graduate students from across the country gathered in the atmospheric Gerlinger Alumni Lounge to present their research on the intersection of art and memory. Their hard work, professionalism, and  intelligence made for a phenomenal day […]

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Re-Cap: Alumni in the Arts Panel

On Thursday February 1st, we held our annual Alumni Career Panel! Stacey Ray, from the Lane Arts Council; Jonathan Bagby, the LaVerne Krause Gallery Director; and Danielle Knapp, McCosh Associate Curator of Art at the JSMA joined us for an fun and informative discussion about the ever-winding academic and professional roadmap. Transcript below: How did […]

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Alumni in the Arts Panel

February 1, 2018 @ 6pm, Lawrence Hall 278 Join us for the first AHSA event of 2018! Our annual Alumni Panel is a great resource for both undergraduate and graduate students, whether you are considering graduate programs, a future in academia or the arts, seeking to network, or just curious about the possibilities that await […]

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Mid-Term Events Recap

Now that Fall term is officially in full swing (and half over), it’s a great time for an update on everything these past weeks have contained and things coming in the weeks ahead! UO Flock Party The term got off to a great success at the Flock Party during the week of welcome. We met […]

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AHSA Fall Faculty Panel & Mixer

Questions compiled and asked by our  members, answered by Professors Derek Burdette, Akiko Walley, and Maile Hutterer from the Department of the History of Art & Architecture in the School of Design.   What did you do this summer?  DB: I spent most of my summer leading a study abroad program in Rome. We took […]