“Terrifying Strangers: The New World ‘Other’ in Renaissance Costume Books”
Ann Rosalind Jones, Ph.D.
Esther Cloudman Dunn Professor of Comparative Literature
"Lively Art: the Medieval Cross Reliquary"
Cynthia Hahn, Professor Art History
"Ways of Seeing War: Lee Miller and Margaret Bourke-White"
Beth Wilson, Lecturer
SUNY New Paltz
"Entangled Images: Picture Postcards from West and Central Africa"
Dr. Christraud Geary, Teel Senior Curator of African and Oceanic Art, Boston Museum of Fine Arts
"Beyond the Body of the Queen: Critiques of Masculinity in the Pornographic Caricatures
of the French Revolution"
Laura Auricchio, Asst. Prof. of Art History, Parsons, the New School for Design and Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum
"The Patron's Turn: Giotto, Enrico Scrovegni, and the Arena Chapel in Padua"
Anne Derbes, Professor of Art History, Hood College and Mark Sandona, Professor of English, Hood College
"Cities, Saints, and Sacred Matter: Relics and Ritual in Jerusalem, Constantinople
and Venice, ca. 350-1350"
Holger A. Klein, Associate Professor of Art History and Archeology
"The Future of Art History"
James Elkins, E.C. Chadbourne Chair, Department of Art History, Theory and Criticism, School of Art Institute of Chicago
"New Canons and Protocols of Art and Art History"
Robert S. Nelson, Robert Lehman Professor of the History of Art<
"Behold This Body: Dynamic Corpses in Illustrated Japanese Scrolls"
Ikumi Kaminishi, Associate Professor of Art History
"The Imaginative Frontier in 20th-Century Chinese Painting"
Sarah Fraser, Professor of Art History
"Animal Life in the Rococo Interior"
Sarah Cohen, Associate Professor of Art History
"Flesh and Figuration: The Courtly Body in Art, 1350-1550"
Brigitte Buettner, Priscilla Paine Van Der Poel Professor of Art History
"Sophie Calle: Her(e) But not Her(e)"
Mya Mangawang, Research Associate in Art History
"Integrating Region and Nation: The Regional Dissemination of Mexican Rural Painting"
Jennifer Jolly, Assistant Professor of Art History
"The Invention of African Art: Colonial Fantasies of an Art Historical Canon"
Christopher Steiner, Lucy C. McDannel '22 Professor of Art History and Director of the Museum Studies Program
"From Empire to Pasture and Back: Indian Manuscript Paintings"
Joan Cummins, former Curator of Indian Art
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
"Something Borrowed, Something Red"
Kate Fitz Gibbon, Author
"Sweet Home Alabama: Paul Rudolph and Modernist Regionalism in the Postwar South"
Timothy Rohan, Assistant Professor
University of Massachusetts, Amherst
"Making Art Work on the Bowery"
Melanie Cohen, Curator, New Museum of Contemporary Art
Marion Wilson, Artist
"Rethinking African Modernism"
Salah Hassan, Chair of the Department of Art and Art History Cornell University
"The Corset: Fashioning the Body"
Valerie Steele, Chief Curator
Museum at FIT
"Renaissance Genderscapes: Gender and Space in 15th-Century Italian Painting"
Adrian Randolph, Associate Professor of Art History
"Discriminating Views: Race and Realism in Documentary Photographs of Depression America<"
James C. Curtis, Director, Winterthur Program in Early American Culture
University of Delaware
"Images of the 'Other' in Late 19th-Century Plains Indians Drawings"
Janet Berlo, Susan B. Anthony Professor of Gender and Women's Studies
University of Rochester
"The Age of Astonishment is Beginning: Robert Smithson's Religious Paintings"
Jennifer L. Roberts, Assistant Professor of Art History
"Craftsman @ Work in Post/Colonial South Asia"
Deepali Dewan, Associate Curator of South Asian Art and Civilizations
Royal Ontario Museum
"Young Rembrandt: Trumping Geniuses, Prematurely Esteemed"
Mariet Westermann, Professor of Art History
"Thanatomimetic Performance: Playing Dead on the Streets of LA: Chris Burden's Deadman
(1972) and Asco's Decoy Gang War Victim (1974)"
Ondine Chavoya, Professor of Art and Theory
Rhode Island School of Design
"Reinventing the Renaissance in 19th-Century Florence"
Bonnie Apgar-Bennett, Professor of Art History
Hobart and William Smith College
"Rising Colour: The Legibility of Whiteness"
Angela Rosenthal, Assistant Professor of Art History
"Four is Completeness: Uli Art Today"
"Visions of Uganda"
Zuleika Kingdon, British Film Maker
"Stuart Davis and Odol: Modernism and Marketplace Identities"
Karen Lucic, Professor of Art History
"Norman Rockwell, Public Artist"
Michele Bogart, Professor
"Siva Nataraja, Cidambaram Temple and Early Cola Kings: Shifting Meanings of an Icon"
Padma Kaimal, Professor of Art History
"Islamic Art and Islamic Religious Traditions"
Walter B. Denny, Professor of Art History
University of Massachusetts
"The Social Origins and Significance of Flemish 16th-Century Still Lifes: Pieter Aertsen's Meat Market Scenes"
Craig Harbison, Professor of Art History
University of Massachusetts, Amherst