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PhD, Art History, Columbia University
MA, Art History, Columbia University
BA, Art History and English, Hunter College
College Art Association of America
Member of The Art Bulletin Advisory Committee
The Miriam Schapiro Archive for Women Artists Endowment Committee
2004 and ongoing
Woman’s Art Journal
Appointed Member of the Editorial Board
2006 and ongoing
The Feminist Art Project
Appointed member of the Honorary Committee
2006 and ongoing
A pioneering feminist scholar and specialist in nineteenth-century French and Italian painting, Broude is known for critical reassessments of Impressionism and the work of Degas, Caillebotte, Cassatt, Seurat, and the Italian Macchiaioli. With Mary Garrard, she co-edited four influential texts on feminist art history and co-curated Claiming Space: Some American Feminist Originators for the AU Art Museum. Her article on the frescoes of Giambattista Tiepolo appeared in The Art Bulletin in June, 2009, and her book, Gauguin's Challenge: New Perspectives after Postmodernism, is forthcoming from Bloomsbury Academic in 2018.
"Flora Tristan's Grandson: Reconsidering the Feminist Critique of Paul Gauguin," in Gauguin's Challenge: New Perspectives after Postmodernism, ed. Norma Broude. New York: Bloomsbury Academic, 2018.
"Revisiting Degas: A Meditation on Women, Horses, and Nature," in Perspectives on Degas, ed. Kathryn Brown. London: Routledge, 2016.
Introducing Feminist Art History, with Mary D. Garrard. Amazon Kindle e-book, 2014
"G.B. Tiepolo at Villa Valmarana: Gender Ideology in a Patrician Villa of the Settecento," The Art Bulletin, XCI(June 2009)
National Gallery of Art, Washington DC, October 5, 2014: "Degas, Women, Horses, and Nature," paper in Degas and Cassatt: Different Perspectives, symposium marking the conclusion of the Degas/Cassatt exhibition. Audio available online at: http://www.nga.gov/content/ngaweb/audio-video/audio/degas-cassatt-part-3.html
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