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New book publication by Professor Tseng

By Susan E RiceNovember 6th, 2018in General News, Side Bar

Alice Y. Tseng has written a new book titled Modern Kyoto: Building for Ceremony and Commemoration, 1868-1940. Published by the University of Hawaii Press, it is part of the series Spatial Habitus: Making and Meaning in Asia’s Architecture. About the book: Can an imperial city survive, let alone thrive, without an emperor? Alice Y. More

New book publication by Professor Martin

By Susan E RiceNovember 2nd, 2018in Side Bar

"Miniature and fragmentary objects are eye-catching, yet easily dismissed. Tiny scale entices users with visions of Lilliputian worlds. The ambiguity of fragments intrigues us, offering tactile reminders of reality’s transience. Yet, the standard scholarly approach to such objects has been to see them as secondary, incomplete things, whose principal purpose... More

Alumni Profile – October 2018

By Susan E RiceOctober 12th, 2018in General News, Side Bar

Molly Scheu Boarati, GRS 2008 1) What have you been doing since you graduated from BU? Details about your current and past employment? Accomplishments you're proud of? Challenges you've encountered? I graduated from the department with a Master’s in 2008 and moved to Venice, Italy to reunite with my future husband. We... More


text/ure Deadline: September 14, 2018 The editors of SEQUITUR, a graduate student journal published by the Department of History of Art & Architecture at Boston University, invite current graduate students in art history, architecture, fine arts, and related fields to submit content on the theme of text/ure for the Fall 2018 issue. text/ure asks scholars and makers to... More

Prof. Bozdogan presented in workshop in Cyprus

By Susan E RiceAugust 17th, 2018in Side Bar

Landscapes of Leisure: Architectural Histories of Tourism and Development is a new research initiative led by Professor Panaiyota Pyla and her MesArch Lab at the University of Cyprus in collaboration with Professor Bozdogan. With a specific focus on the eastern Mediterranean, the project brings together scholars from around the world... More