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Boston University, PhD, January 2013.

Dissertation:  “Personal Space:  Simultaneities in the 1913 work of Robert Delaunay, Fernand Léger, and Sonia Delaunay-Terk.”

 

Boston University, MA, 2004.

MA Paper:  “Venus’s Flesh:  Invaginating Titian’s Venus of Urbino.”

 

University of Chicago, AB, 1999.

Concentration:  Philosophy and Allied Fields with Art History.

W O R K    E  X  P  E  R  I  E  N  C  E

Boston Architectural College     

 

Instructor

Art History and Criticism (20th Century Art)

2012-2013

Instructor            

History of Architecture and Design B (1750-1970)

2007-2013

Instructor

Narrative and Argument

2013

Instructor 

History of Architecture and Design B Online

2012-2013

Boston University Department of the History of Art and Architecture

 

Lecturer

Twentieth Century Art to 1940

2007, 2009, 2011

Lecturer

Contemporary Art Seminar: How Modernism Got Old

2008

Instructor

Modern Art (Twentieth Century Art)

2006

Teaching Fellow

Twentieth Century Art from 1940 to Today

2005

Teaching Fellow

Introduction to Art History II:  Renaissance to Contemporary

2005

Brandeis University

 

Lecturer

Modern Architecture

2007

Harvard University

 

Teaching Assistant

Frank Lloyd Wright and the Modern City and Suburb

2006

P  U  B  L  I  C  A  T  I  O  N  S

“The Simultaneous Spaces of 1913”

In The Great Upheaval:  Modern Art from the Guggenheim Collection, 1910-1918, Tracey Bashkoff

and Megan M. Fontanella, eds. (New York:  Guggenheim, 2011).


“French Resistance: Rouault’s Partisan History of the Modern”                                                                   

In Mystic Masque: Semblance and Reality in Georges Rouault, 1871-1958, Stephen Schloesser, ed.

(Boston: McMullen Museum of Art, 2008).

I  N  V  I  T  E  D    T  A  L  K  S

“‘The World is Round:’ The Delaunays, Color Theory and the Experience of Paris in 1913”

Guggenheim Museum, New York

April 2011

 

C  O  N  F  E  R  E  N  C  E      P  A  P  E  R  S

“Pure Painting and Mottled Colour”

Purity”

University of Sussex

“Tango Magic City”

College Art Association Annual Conference, Los Angeles

July 2013

 

 

February 2012

“The Inaccessible Fold of the Individual:  Sonia Delaunay's Simultaneous Fashion”

“Access”

The 4th Annual Brown University Graduate Symposium

April 2005

Moderator                                  

"Visualizing the Invisible"

The 21st Annual Boston University Graduate Student Symposium on the History of Art

March 2005

“The Inconsistency of Modernism: References to Ralph Waldo Emerson in the Harvard Graduate Center”

“America:  Visions and Divisions”

University of Texas at Austin Department of American Studies Graduate Student Symposium

October 2003

 

P R O F E S S I O N A L    S E R V I C E

Historical Lecturer

Boston Architectural College Degree Project Studios

Symposium Coordinator              

The 23rd Annual Boston University Graduate Student Symposium on the History of Art

2011-2012

 

2006-2007

Abstract Selection Committee

Punch Line: Humor, Irony, and Satire in Art and Visual Culture

The 22nd Annual Boston University Graduate Student Symposium on the History of Art

2005-2006

President                       

Graduate Student Art History Association

Boston University Art History Department

2005-2006

Abstract Selection Committee

"Visualizing the Invisible"

The 21st Annual Boston University Graduate Student Symposium on the History of Art

2004-2005

Vice-President and Treasurer     

Graduate Student Art History Association

Boston University Art History Department

2004-2005

 

A W A R D S

Senior Teaching Fellowship

Boston University Art History Department

2007-2011

Graduate Research Abroad Fellowship

Boston University

2009-2010

Teaching Fellowship                  

Boston University Art History Department

2005-2006

 

P R O F E S S I O N A L    A F F I L L I A T I O N S

College Art Association

Society of Architectural Historians

Modernist Studies Association

 

L A U N G U A G E    S K I L L S

French

German (Reading Knowledge)

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