ARH 373 Students Discover Small Treasures

In March, UA’s faculty-staff publication Dialog featured Assistant Professor of Art History Dr. Tanja Jones and her Dr. Tanja Jones and her ARH 373 students in their collaborative course project with the Birmingham Museum of Art and the Alabama Digital Humanities Center.

Their course project description is here:

Tanja Jones recently published “Ludovico Gonzaga and Pisanello: A Visual Campaign, Political Legitimacy, and Crusader Ideology,” in Civilta mantovana. Forthcoming is “Crusader Ideology: Pisanello’s Medals in the Guantieri Chapel in Verona,” in the 2015 issue of The Medal 66. More about Tanja Jones on her faculty profile page.


“Whether students go on to become curators, engineers or ad executives, in the ‘real world’ one needs to know how to research a problem, analyze relevant data and present findings in a clear and cogent way. This project is designed to aid students in building those skills.” —Dr. Tanja L. Jones quoted in Dialog