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Monday, March 2

The University is operating on a normal schedule. The Arts and Sciences Admission event is taking place as scheduled.

Dr. Alexandra Onuf

Assistant Professor


Art History Department

Art School V233



Ph.D. - Columbia University
M.A. - Columbia University
A.B. - University of Chicago

Professor Onuf teaches art history survey classes and upper-level courses in Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque art, as well as the history of printmaking and landscape art. Her research explores the historical significance of landscape prints in early modern Europe, particularly how the rise of naturalistic representational forms connect to the changing political and cultural circumstances of the sixteenth and seventeenth-century Low Countries. Professor Onuf has presented her work at several major conferences and her scholarship has appeared in several art history and interdisciplinary journals. She is currently working on a book entitled Local Terrains: The Small Landscape Prints and the Depiction of the Countryside in Early Modern Netherlands.