Art History

Become familiar with the visual culture of societies from prehistory to the present day.

Pursuing an art history degree means understanding art and culture in relation to historical events, politics, religion, social life, and other art forms. 

Develop strong critical thinking, writing, and presentation skills, while learning historical and archaeological methodologies. When you graduate, you’ll be prepared for a variety of careers including those in the arts and archaeology.

Major and Minor Requirements

Visit the Rollins catalogue to access the program requirements.

Contact

Department of Art and Art History
Cornell Fine Arts Center
1000 Holt Ave. – 2774
Winter Park, FL 32789
T. 407.646.2498
F. 407.628.6395  
Department of Art and Art History website
Josh Almond
Assistant Professor
Cornell Fine Arts Center 102
407.646.2500
Lucia Davison
Administrative Assistant
Cornell Fine Arts Center 121
407.646.2498
Kimberly Dennis
Associate Professor
Cornell Fine Arts Center 121
407.691.1093
Dawn Feavyour
Visual Resources Curator
Cornell Fine Arts Center 115
407.646.2413
Dana Hargrove
Associate Professor
Cornell Fine Arts Center 121F
407.646.2111
Susan Libby
Professor
Cornell Fine Arts Center 121D
407.646.2448
Dawn Roe
Assistant Professor
Cornell Fine Arts Center 121
407.691.1241
MacKenzie Moon Ryan
Assistant Professor
Cornell Fine Arts Center 121B
407.646.2274
Rachel Simmons
Professor
Cornell Fine Arts Center 107
407.646.2397
Rose Trentinella
Visiting Assistant Professor
Cornell Fine Arts Center 121A
407.646.2511
Robert Vander Poppen
Assistant Professor
Orlando Hall 107
407.646.2602