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Joanne Allen

Joanne Allen

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Professorial Lecturer

Joanne Allen gained her PhD from the University of Warwick in 2009 with a thesis on Renaissance choir stalls in Venice and Northern Italy. She was the Rubinstein Post-Doctoral fellow at the Society of Renaissance Studies in 2010-11 and has been award... [More]

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Kim Butler Wingfield

Kim Butler Wingfield

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Associate Professor

Professor Butler (PhD with distinction Johns Hopkins University 2003, BA with honors, Harvard University 1992) is Assistant Professor of Renaissance and Baroque Art History in American University in the Art Department. Having completed a book manuscr... [More]

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Helen Langa

Helen Langa

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Associate Professor

Professor Helen Langa teaches Art. The Historical Experience, Modern Art, American Art, and Contemporary Art, with an emphasis on issues related to politics, race, gender, and cultural studies. After two years as Chair of the Art Department (Art Hist... [More]

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Andrea Pearson

Andrea Pearson

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Associate Professor

Professor Pearson specializes in the visual culture of late-medieval and early modern northern Europe, with research interests pertaining to women, gender, and sexuality in the southern Low Countries. Her book, Envisioning Gender in Burgundian Devoti... [More]

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Jaylynn Saure

Jaylynn Saure

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Administrative Coordinator

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Norma Broude

Norma Broude

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Professor Emerita

A pioneering feminist scholar and specialist in nineteenth-century French and Italian painting, Norma Broude is known for critical reassessments of Impressionism and the work of Degas, Caillebotte, Cassatt, Seurat, and the Italian Macchiaioli. With M... [More]

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Mary Garrard

Mary Garrard

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Professor Emerita

Best known for her groundbreaking feminist scholarship, Garrard has drawn on feminist theory and activism to illuminate and reinterpret art of the Italian Renaissance-Baroque period. Her publications include two books and other writings on Artemisia ... [More]