Discover visual cultures around the world; explore the rich history of fine art; learn about the power of vision and visualization; understand the politics of image making. From ancient Peru to contemporary New York, from painting to photography, from textiles to digital technologies, the HAVC department inspires students to see things differently, to think critically, and to research intrepidly.

Works and Ideas


Shadows of the Absent Body: The Materiality of Mourning in the work of Doris Salcedo
Architecture and the Climatic Imaginary
Theatrical Ali: The Greatest, The Super Fight, and the Cultural Politics of Closed Circuit Sports Television
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