Art History. Modernism: European art from the French Revolution to World War II, and American art in the early 20th century.
Current project: Critical Lives: Georgia O'Keeffe, a biography.
Ongoing research: The Slave Ship of J. M.W. Turner: Patrons, Markets and Legacy. Augustus Saint-Gaudens in New York and Boston--
Patronage of the Sherman Monument and the Shaw Memorial.
New York University, Ph.D.
New York University, M.A.
Austin College, B.A.
Awards and Honors
Theodore and Jane Norman Fund, Brandeis University. Research on O'Keeffe and Saint-Gaudens. (2010)
Pro Helvetia, Swiss Foundation for the Arts, (2004 - 2005)
|ECON/FA||87a||Economics and the Arts|
|FA||18b||History of Art II: From the Renaissance to the Modern Age|
|FA||57a||Paris/New York: Revolutions of Modernism|
|FA||58a||Modern Sculpture As Public Art|
|FA||155a||Impressionism: Avant-Garde Rebellion in Context|
|FA||156b||Postimpressionism and Symbolism, 1880-1910|
|FA||157a||Georgia O'Keeffe and Stieglitz Circle|
|FA||158b||Picasso and Matisse|
|FA||192a||Studies in Modern and Contemporary Art|
|FA||197b||Methods and Approaches in the History of Art|
|USEM||37b||Art and Memory|