Associate Professor of Art History Patrick Hajovsky was selected to be on the editorial board for the Grove Encyclopedia of Latin American Art and Architecture, which will be part of the Oxford Art Online project and will appear as finished print 3-volume printed set with approximately 1350 entries.
In May, Thomas Howe, professor of art history and coordinator general of the Restoring Ancient Stabiae Foundation in Italy, delivered a book-length manuscript of the publication of one of the most important ancient Roman gardens ever found - the Villa Arianna of Stabiae.
Howe assumed personal direction of the excavation from 2007 to 2010 and study afterward, and worked with more than a dozen authors and specialists to produce a model interdisciplinary study of the first garden to provide archaeological proof of the kind of “fictive thicket” garden, long known through the famous garden fresco of the Villa of the Empress Livia at Prima Porta outside Rome (pictured). The volume will be published as a monograph in the Quaderni of the Rivista di Studi Pompeiani, both in Italian and English.
Mary Visser, professor of art and holder of the Herman Brown Chair, had two new sculptural works 3-D printed by The University of Texas for the 2014 International Digital Sculpture Exhibition, which was held at UT-Austin in August. Read more about the exhibition here.
Professor of Sociology and University Scholar Edward L. Kain co-authored an article titled, “The Coordinated Curriculum: How Institutional Theory Can Be Used to Catalyze Revision of the Sociology Major,” with Stephen Sweet and Kevin McElrath of Ithaca College, which was published in the October 2014 issue of “Teaching Sociology.”