If you are considering the History of Art for study at university, you might like to look at an overview of the field, such as the anthology edited by Donald Preziosi, and sample some of the very diverse approaches to the subject taken by our own teaching staff:
Donald Preziosi ed., The Art of Art History: A critical anthology (Oxford University Press, 2009).
Geoffrey Batchen, ‘Natural Relief: Antoine Claudet and the stereoscopic daguerreotype,’ History of Photography, 44: 2-3 (2020), 94-110.
Cora Gilroy-Ware, ‘At Tate Modern,’ London Review of Books, 42: 3 (6 February 2020): https://www.lrb.co.uk/the-paper/v42/n03/cora-gilroy-ware/at-tate-modern.
Geraldine Johnson, ‘(Un)richtige Aufnahme: Renaissance Sculpture and the Visual Historiography of Art History,’ Art History, vol. 36 (2013), 12-51.
J.P. Park, ‘Koreans are White?: Art, nation and post-globalization,’ Third Text, 27: 4 (2013), 510-534.
Gervase Rosser, ‘The transformative image’, with Jane Garnett, Art Bulletin, 94 (2012), 22-4.
Alastair Wright, ‘On the Origins of Abstraction: Seurat and the screening of history,’ Art History, 41: 1 (2018), 72-103.