Exploring Gender and Portraiture in Photographs from the 19th-early 20th Century: A Visit to the AUB Archives

Helena Kieß (visiting student at AUB) writes about a discussion of photographs on display at an event that took place at AUB's Archives and Special Collections in March 2018.

Iconography and the Abrahamic Religions

An essay by Luna Arawi (Art History major, AUB) on a visit by Dr. Rico Franses (Associate Professor of Art History, AUB) to “AHIS 207-Early Islamic Art and Architecture” where he spoke on the question of iconography and its continuity within early Christian, Judaic, and Islamic traditions.

Project Activities: Student Essays

Watch this space for student essays and other assignments related to classroom discussions and guest lectures on portraiture traditions in AHIS 204-Medieval Art, AHIS 207-Early Islamic Art and Architecture, and AHIS 208-Italian Renaissance Art offered by the American University of Beirut's Art History program. Feel free to comment on these posts and let the students know what you think of their essays.

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