Facilities: Art History
Most art history classes are taught in Meek Hall, and take advantage of the UM Museum and Historic Houses.
Meek 120 is available for art history classes. It has a multi-media control lectern, a desktop computer, a ceiling-mounted LCD projector, and a 12-foot-wide projection screen.
Meek 138 is an auditorium with elevated seating. It is equipped with a multi-media control lectern, a desktop computer, a ceiling-mounted projector, and a 20-foot-wide projection screen. This space is shared with the Department of Theatre & Film and is available for introductory art history classes in the mornings.
The UM Museum and Historic Houses complex is an instructional site for our students. Among its holdings are Southern folk art, Greek and Roman antiquities, 19th century scientific instruments, and American fine art. Part of the museum complex is Rowan Oak, a historic literary site that was once the home of William Faulkner, Nobel and Pulitzer Prize-winning author. The Museum also owns the Walton-Young Historic House – once home to critic and satirist Stark Young.