Located in the Spencer Museum of Art at the University of Kansas, faculty work closely with curators at both the Spencer Museum and The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City, giving students firsthand access to an exceptional range of American, Asian, European, Latin American and African objects. Graduate students have opportunities to work as curatorial, educational, and collections interns within the Spencer Museum.

The History of Art department offers undergraduate and graduate instruction in European, American, East Asian, Islamic, and African art on a regular basis.

All of the works of art reproduced on this site are in the collection of the Spencer Museum of Art. For information about these works you may visit the Spencer Museum collection page on their website.


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In addition to the one-year postdoctoral fellowship at Harvard's Korea Institute, Prof. Maya Stiller was awarded a two-year ACLS/Robert Ho Family Foundation postdoctoral fellowship, which means that she will be at Harvard for the next three years! http://www.rhfamilyfoundation.org/#!/press/81
Press Relase: Fresh Insight Spurred into Buddhism Globally as 18 International Scholars Awarded...
The Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation announced today that 18 scholars, who are seeking to shed fresh light on a range of Buddhism-related subjects, have been selected for grants under The Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Program in Buddhist Studies.

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