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Jennifer Way, Ph.D.

Professor of Art History, 1945 to the present

Department of Art History and Art Education

College of Visual Arts and Design University of North Tex

P.O. Box 305100, Denton, Texas 76203-5200

Jennifer.Way@unt.edu

Website https://jenniferwayphd-arthistory.com

EDUCATION

1997, PhD, Art History, University of Texas, Austin, Texas. Dissertation: “Painting Signs in the Fifties: Material Surface in the Art and Culture of the United States and Great Britain” (Chair: Richard Shiff; Committee: Ann Reynolds, Linda Henderson, John Clarke, Jeff Meikle)

1989, MA, Art History, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee. Thesis: “Antonio Sant’Elia’s Architectural Drawings and the Problem of Modernism for Early Twentieth-Century Italy” (Committee: Leonard Folgarait, Vivien Green Fryd)

1984, BA, Art History, Moore College of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Senior Paper: “The Non-Art Object in Twentieth-Century Art” (Supervisor: Janet Kaplan)

ACADEMIC POSITIONS

2014-               Professor, Art History, College of Visual Arts and Design, UNT

2004-2014       Associate Professor, Art History, College of Visual Arts and Design, UNT

1998-2004       Assistant Professor, Art History, College of Visual Arts and Design, UNT

1997-1998       Visiting Assistant Professor, Art History, College of Visual Arts and Design, UNT

1994-1995       Assistant Instructor, Department of Art History, University of Texas, Austin

DIRECTOR/CREATOR – UNIVERSITY-COMMUNITY-PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS

2016-2018       Conversations: Art, Politics and North Texas, UNT, with Lauren Cross

2010                Craft Criticism roundtable, UNT, with James Thurman and Ana Lopez

2009                Leadership Perspectives on Technology and Art symposium for the Initiative for Advanced Research in Technology and Art research cluster, UNT

2008                Roundtable on MA Art History Programs and Graduate Methodologies, CVAD

2007-present Collections, Collaborations and Cultures annual collaboration for student research and exhibition, UNT Art Gallery and external art collections.

2007-2008       Women, Art and Technology lecture series, UNT, with Dornith Doherty

2003                Transnation, Contemporary Art and China (and the Art of Wenda Gu), symposium for the exhibition, Middle Kingdom to Biological Millennium, UNT Art Galleries

2002                Art School, California, Then and Now, symposium for the exhibition, Cal’s Art, Sampling California Painting, UNT Art Galleries, with Susan Cheal

2001                Studio Practice, Art History, and Women’s Studies, A Panel Discussion, workshop for the exhibition, Re-scripting the Story: Mary Beth Edelson 1970-2000, UNT Art Galleries

1999-2004       annual Metroplex Art History Conference, for graduate art history students in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, Dallas Museum of Art

GRANTSMANSHIP – EXTERNAL

2017                Dorothy Kayser Hohenberg Chair of Excellence in Art History, University of Memphis, for 2019-2010

2012–2013      Grant, Politics of the Handmade, Craft Research Fund Project, Center for Craft, Creativity & Design, University of North Carolina, Asheville, $700

2012–2013      Grant, Politics of the Handmade, Newberry Renaissance Consortium Grant, Newberry Library, Chicago, Illinois, $600

2010–2011      Grant, Politics of the Handmade, Terra Foundation for American Art enior Fellowship, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, D.C., $14,150

2010–2011      Grant, Politics of the Handmade, Craft Research Fund Project, Center for Craft, Creativity & Design, University of North Carolina, Asheville, $6,300

2010–2011      Grant, Politics of the Handmade, Research Award, Design History Society, London, England, £500

2009–2010      Grant, Travel to Collections Award, The Lemelson Center for the Study of Invention and Innovation, National Museum of American History, Washington, D.C., to study the archives of SHOT, Society for the History of Technology, $3,000

2008–2009      Fellowship, Representing Ireland for America: Visualizing National Identity in an International Context, 1949–1963, Clinton Institute for American Studies, University College, Dublin, Ireland

2007–2008      Grant, Humanities Texas (formerly Texas Council for the Humanities), state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities, for a lecture and workshop to launch a graduate student research and exhibition project, Collections, Cultures, and Collaborations, $1,200

2007–2008      Grant, Multiple Narratives in Pachyderm, A Graduate Student-Created Project, Edward and Betty Marcus Digital Education Project for Texas Art Museums, Dallas, Texas, to fund an online educational project using Pachyderm software (multimedia, interactive) for Collections, Cultures, and Collaborations, with Rina Kundu, $5,000

2004                Fellowship, Fulbright Senior Fellowship Award, Lecturer/Research in the Department of Art History, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland, Council for the International Exchange for Scholars, $15,000

2002                Fellowship, Resident Fellowship, Yale Center for British Art, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, to research the art of John McHale, $1,000 + travel, housing

2000                Grant, Federation of North Texas Area Universities, for a symposium, Vietnam: Visual Arts and the Multiculture of Post-Military Relations, $2,000

GRANTSMANSHIP – INTERNAL

2017-2018       Undergraduate Research Fellowship, Meagan Howard, Honors College, UNT, $500

2017-2018       Faculty Writing Group, formerly a Team Mentoring award to foster productivity in faculty writing, supported by the Vice President for Academic Affairs, UNT

2017-2018                Conversations: Art, Politics and North Texas, Gallery Visiting Artist and Scholar Fund, College of Visual Arts, UNT, $1,000, with matching support from the Department of Art History and Art Education, $1,000

2016-2017       Grant, Digital Humanities, a Team Mentoring award to foster a network of faculty across the humanities who study and practice digital humanities, Vice President for Academic Affairs, UNT, $5,000

2016-2017     Grant, Post-war Faculty Colloquium, a Team Mentoring award to foster a regional group of faculty across the humanities who study post-war American humanities topics, Vice President for Academic Affairs, UNT, $4,000

2016-2017       Conversations: Art, Politics and North Texas, Gallery Visiting Artist and Scholar Fund, College of Visual Arts, UNT, $1,000, with matching support from the Department of Art History and Art Education, $1,000

2016-1017       Undergraduate Research Fellowship, Tova Anderson, Honors College, UNT, $500

2016-1017       Undergraduate Research Fellowship, Hannah Lindsey, Honors College, UNT, $500

2016-2017       Grant, Faculty Writing Group, a Team Mentoring award to foster productivity in faculty writing, Vice President for Academic Affairs, UNT, $5,000

2015-2016     Grant, Post-war Faculty Colloquium, a Team Mentoring award to foster a regional group of faculty across the humanities who study post-war American humanities topics, Vice President for Academic Affairs, UNT, $4,000

2014-2015       Grant, UNT Scholarly and Creative Award, The Smithsonian’s Vietnamese Handicraft: What the Collection Reveals about its Collecting Culture, $5,000

2012–2013      Grant, SWAMPED, a Team Mentoring award to foster a network for female faculty, Vice President for Academic Affairs, UNT, $2,995

2012–2013      Grant, Undergraduate Fellowship, UNT, inaugural award to facilitate undergraduate research, $3,000

2011–2012      Grant, Senior Faculty Fellow, Quality Enhancement Plan, UNT, $500

2010-2011       Grant, Politics of the Handmade, Research Award, UNT, $10,475

2010–2011      Grant, Senior Faculty Fellow, Quality Enhancement Plan, UNT, $500

2009–2010      Grant, Hispanic and Global Studies Initiative Fund, UNT, to organize a symposium on contemporary issues in technology and arts research w/international speakers, $20,225

2009–2010      Grant, Senior Faculty Fellow, Quality Enhancement Plan, UNT, $500

2008–2009      Grant, Infrastructure Research Grant, UNT, to purchase hardware and software for interviewing artists, scholars, and curators who use technology in the art world, $10,600

2008–2009      Grant, Learning Enhancement Grant, UNT, to develop online community throughout the college (CVAD) featuring the work of advanced undergraduates in courses on modernism and postmodernism, $10,000

2008–2009      Grant, Quality Enhancement Plan Grant, UNT, to revise a research-oriented sequence of upper-level courses in modernism and postmodernism in art and visual culture, $12,000

2007–2008      Grant, Charn Uswachoke International Development Award, UNT, to fund the international travel of scholars and artists participating in the Women Art Technology lecture series, $2,500

2007–2008      Grant, Faculty Research Program, UNT, to hire a graduate Research Assistant to assist with international Women Art Technology semester-long lecture series, $1,000

2005–2006      Honor, Recipient of President’s Council Teaching Award, UNT, competitive award for tenured faculty members, for a sustained record of outstanding teaching over at least a five- year period

2003                Charn Uswachoke International Development Fund, UNT, to organize a symposium Transnation: Contemporary Art in China, $6,000

2003                Junior Faculty Summer Research Fellowship, UNT, to study cybernetic theory during the 1950s, including its popularization in the media and treatment by visual artists, $5,000

2003                Teaching with Technology Award, UNT, to develop a Seminar in the History, Criticism, and Theory of Digital Imaging, with K. Donahue-Wallace, $5,875

2002                Summer Research Fellowship, UNT, to amplify research on a chapter of my dissertation for conference presentations, $5,000

2001                Summer Research Fellowship, UNT, to research the Independent Group’s interests in surface and place at the Tate Gallery Archives, London, England, $5,000

2000                Charn Uswachoke International Development Fund, UNT, for a symposium, Vietnam: Visual Arts and the Multiculture of Post-Military Relations, $5,800

2000                Faculty Research Grant, UNT, for a symposium, Vietnam: Visual Arts and the Multiculture of Post-Military Relations, $2,000

1999                Teaching with Technology Award, UNT, to develop my new art history methodologies course for undergraduates, $2,000

1999                Undergraduate Instructional Development Award, UNT, to develop my new art history methodologies course for undergraduate majors, $5,333

PUBLICATIONS

IN PROGRESS

Politics of Vietnamese craft: diplomacy and domestication in belonging to the American Free World, (under contract with Bloomsbury Press)

GUEST EDITED ISSUES OF REFEERED JOURNALS

2016      Focus Issue: Collections and Questions of Belonging, Collections: A Journal for Museum and Archives Professionals, 12 no. 3 (Summer), with Elizabeth Weinfield

2016      Special Issue: Contemporary Asian Craft Worlds, Journal of Modern Craft, with  Rebecca M. Brown, 9 no.2 (July)

2010      Material and Visual Culture, Contributions to Narrating National Heritage in Global Contexts, Material Culture Review [Canada]

2009      Placing the Middle Ages: Contextualizing towards a Geography of Material Culture, Peregrinations 3, with Mickey Abel

2001      Post-Vietnam and the Visual Arts, Multicultural Review 10 no. 3 (Fall 2001): 20–24

ESSAYS IN BOOKS

2018      “Belonging through Photography: Refugee Artisans in South Vietnam,” in Mor   Presiado and Frank Jacob (eds.), War and Portrayal: The Expression of the Unbearable in Modern and Contemporary Art (Paderborn, Germany: Ferdinand Schoningh, series War (Hi) Stories, distributed by the University of Chicago Press)  (forthcoming)

2017      “Visualizing Dublin, ‘O’Connell Street as the “Nation’s Main Street’,”  Reimagining Ireland: A Reader, edited by Eamon Maher (Peter Lang, 2017)

2016      “Digital Art at the Interface of Technology and Gender,” Chapter 6, in Christiane Paul (ed.), A Companion to Digital Art (Blackwell Companions to Art History) (John Wiley and Sons): 181- 202

2014      “O’Connell Street as the ‘Nation’s Main Street’: The Image of Ireland’s Modernity and Irelantis,” in Justin Carville (ed.), Visualizing Dublin: Visual Culture, Modernity and the Representation of Urban Space, Re-Imagining Ireland Series (Peter Lang, 2014): 221- 245

2014      “Tracey Emin’s Photographs and Films of Turkey and Cyprus,” in Liz Wells, Theopisti Stylianou, and Nicos Philippou (eds.), Photography and Cyprus: Time, Place and Identity (New York and London: I.B. Tauris, 2014): 193–217

2012      “‘Gold Mine in Southeast Asia’: Russel Wright, Vietnamese Handicraft, and Transnational Consumption,” in Cynthia Mills, Lee Glazer, and Amelia A. Goerlitz (eds.), ‘A Long and Tumultuous Relationship’: East-West Interchanges in American Art (Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press, 2012): 158–173

2012      “Back to the Future: Women Art Technology,” Cyberfeminism 2.0 (Digital Formations Series) (Peter Lang, 2012): 196–221

2001      “Self-Taught and Do It Yourself: Commerce, Ideology, and the Significance of Artistic Practice, 1945–1960,” in Negotiating Boundaries: Issues in the Study, Preservation, and Exhibition ofthe Works of Self-Taught Artists, Conference Proceedings (Sheboygan, Wisconsin: John Michael Kohler Arts Center and Kohler Foundation, 2001): 56–67

1999      “Redeeming Art World Mythologies: Working (Ex) change, or, The House Whitfield Lovell Built,” in Diana Block (ed.), The Art of Whitfield Lovell: Whispers from the Walls (Denton: University of North Texas Press,1999): 29–41

 

ARTICLES IN PEER-REVIEWED JOURNALS

2019      “Politics of American Diplomacy/Politics of Craft: An Assessment of ‘Art and Archaeology of Vietnam, Asian Crossroad of Cultures’,” Proceedings, 34th Congress of the International Committee of the History of Art (Beijing, China) (forthcoming)

2018      “Gender as a Diplomatic Relation: American Design Diplomacy in South Vietnam, 1956,” special issue of REG|AC Revistas de Estudios Globales & Arte Contemporáneo on “Cold War networks and circulations: Cross-cultural Dialogues and Practices throughout the Global South (1957-1991)” (forthcoming)

2018      “Narrative Failures: Vietnamese Handicraft at the Smithsonian,” special issue devoted to Asian material culture collections, edited by Michael Martin Anthropos 113 no. 1 (forthcoming)

2018      “Allaying Terror: Domesticating Vietnamese Refugee Artisans as Subjects of American Diplomacy,” Pictures and Conflicts since 1945, special issue of Humanities (forthcoming)

2017      “Mobilizing Craft: Diplomacy in the International Turn of American Art History,” Modos: Historia da Arte: Modos de Ver, Exhibir e Compreender Sao Paolo, Brazil 2 no 11: 67-82 (forthcoming)

2016      “Rooted to and Routed from the Nation: Craft, Modernity and South Vietnam, 1956-61,” American Studies Eurasian Perspective 1 no (2): 73-86

2015      “The Liminal Collection: Vietnamese Handicraft at the Smithsonian,” Verge: Studies in Global Asias, Collecting Asias, Special Issue edited by Charlotte Eubanks and Jonathan Abe 1 no. 2 (2015): 115-135

2013      “‘A Bazaar in the Coliseum’: Marketing Southeast Asian Handicrafts in New York, 1956,” Open Arts Journal 2: Architecture of Display section (Open University, 2013)

2012      “Orientalizing Vietnam: The American Cold War, Its ‘Problems’ with Refugee Handicraft Artisans, and their Relationship to Barthes’s Mythologies,” Special Issue – “Orientalisms,” Altre modernità/ Otras modernidades/ Autres modernités/ Other Modernities no. 8 (University of Milan, 2012): 94–120

2010      “The Nation of Irelantis: Ireland as Elsewhere,Journal of European Popular Culture 1 no. 2 (Intellect, December 2010): 89–107

2009      “Russel Wright and Handicraft: Transnational Collecting Practices,” Collections: A Journal for Museum and Archives Professionals 5 no. 2 (Alta Mira Press, Spring 2009):103–126

2008       “Foundations Art History and the Graduate Seminar,” FATE in Review 29 (Foundations in Art: Theory and Education, 2007–2008): 24–31

2007      “Works of Art Writing: Legacies of Benjamin’s Essay,” InterCulture: Interdisciplinary Humanities E- Journal Special Issue: Reproducing Art: Walter Benjamin’s “Work of Art” Essay Reconsidered, 5 (Florida State University, December 2007). Formerly at http://iph.fsu.edu/interculture/benjamin.html

2006      “‘Imaginings’ of Geography: Devolution, Americanisation, and Works of Artwriting and Culture,” Third Text 20 no. 2 (Routledge, March 2006): 223–232

2004      “Negotiating the ‘Resemblances of Surfaces’: Painterly Abstract Painting and Consumer Culture, ca 1945–1965,” Review of Radical Economics 36 no. 4 (Sage, December 2004): 487–505

2004      “Reterritorialization and Whispers from the Walls,” Journal of Material Culture 9 no. 3 (Sage, 2004): 219–236

2003       “’in due course themselves advertisements’? Painterly Abstract Painting and Discourses of Consumer Culture in the 1950s,” Journal for Cultural Research [UK] 7 no. 1 (Routledge/Taylor & Francis, Winter 2003): 3–24

2003      “Transnation: Symposium Postscript,” in Mark H. C. Bessire (ed.), Wenda Gu: Art from Middle Kingdom to Biological Millennium (Cambridge: MIT Press, 2003):208–211

2001      “The House Whitfield Lovell Built: Materializing Ethnicity in Spaces of Art Display,” Post- Identity 3 no. 2 (University of Detroit Mercy and University of Michigan’s Scholarly Publishing Office, Winter 2001): 105–132

2000      “Building Dwelling Thinking and Whitfield Lovell’s Whispers from the Walls,Current Studies in Phenomenology and Hermeneutics 1 no. 1 (Winter 2000). Formerly at http://www.ereignis.org/csph/Vol_01_winter01/Way_article.htm

CO-AUTHORED ARTICLES IN PEER-REVIEWED JOURNALS

2016      with Rebecca M. Brown, “Editorial Introduction,” Special Issue: Contemporary Asian Craft Worlds, Journal of Modern Craft 9 no.2 (July 2016):  113-116

2016      with Elizabeth Weinfield, “Introduction to Focus Issue, Collections and Belonging,” Collections: A Journal for Museum and Archives Professionals 12 no. 3 (Summer): 237-24

2013      with Morehshin Allahyari, “Digital/New Media Art and Contemporary Iran: Questions of Gender,” Special Issue – “Tracing New/Media/Feminisms,” Media N: Journal of the New Media Caucus Association (New Media Caucus, Spring 2013): 16–25

2013 with  Morehshin Allahyari, “Romantic Self-Exiles,” special  Issue  –  “Writing Exile:  Women,  The Arts, and Technologies,” Anglistica, An Interdisciplinary Journal 17 no 1 (University of Naples, 2013): 157-170

ENCYCLOPEDIA ENTRIES

2016      “Quinn, Marc,” in Grove Art Online/Oxford Art Online, revised

2015      “Cold War Cultural Imperialism,” Early Cold War section, 1946–54, Volume 4, in Imperialism and Expansionism in American History: A Social, Political, and Cultural Encyclopedia and Document Collection edited by Chris J. Magoc and C. David Bernstein (ABC-Clio Press): 1082- 1084

2010      “Commodity Self,” Visual Arts and Cultural Studies Section, Encyclopedia of Identity (Sage, 2010): 106-111

2010      “Material Culture,” Visual Arts and Cultural Studies Section, in Encyclopedia of Identity (Sage, 2010): 436–439

2010      “Quinn, Marc,” in Grove Art Online/Oxford Art Online

2010      with Morgan Falconer, “Delvoye, Wim,” in Grove Art Online/Oxford Art Online

2010      with Catherine M. Grant, “Mori, Mariko,” in Grove Art Online/Oxford Art Online

INVITED REVIEWS

2012      Review of Jason Edwards and Imogen Hart (eds.), Rethinking the Interior, c. 18671896: Aestheticism and Arts and Crafts, Farnham, UK: Ashgate, 2010, 294 pp., for Cercles: Revue Pluridisciplinaire du Monde Anglophone (2012), http://www.cercles.com/review/r61/Edwards.html

2011      Review of Grant Pooke, Contemporary British Art: An Introduction, Abingdon, Oxon, UK, and New York: Routledge/Taylor & Francis, 2011, 304 pp., for Cercles: Revue Pluridisciplinaire du Monde Anglophone (2011), http://www.cercles.com/review/r47/Pooke.html

2008      Review of Laurajane Smith and Natsuko Akagawa (eds.), Intangible Heritage, London, New York: Routledge/Taylor & Francis, 2008, 336 pp., for Collections: A Journal for Museum and Archives Professionals 7 no. 1 (Alta Mira Press, Winter 2011): 49–54

2009      Review of Mark M. Smith, Sensing the Past: Seeing, Hearing, Smelling, Tasting, and Touching in History, for Canadian Journal of History 44 no. 3 (University of Saskatchewan, Winter 2009): 574–576

2009      Review of Fiona Cameron and Sarah Kenderdine (eds.), Theorizing Digital Cultural Heritage, for Resource Center for Cyberculture Studies (September 2009), http://rccs.usfca.edu/bookinfo.asp?ReviewID=632&BookID=437

2009      Review of Gerardo Mosquera and Jean Fisher (eds.), Over Here: International Perspectives on Art and Culture, for Material Culture 41 no. 1 (Association for the Preservation of Artifacts and Landscape, Spring 2009): 102–105

2008      Review of Annmarie Chandler and Norie Neumark (eds.), At a Distance: Precursors to Art and Activism on the Internet, for Resource Center for Cyberculture Studies (September 2008), http://rccs.usfca.edu/bookinfo.asp?ReviewID=560&BookID=403

2000      “Video Semiosis,” The Semiotic Review of Books 11 no. 2 (October 2000): 12–15 1999 “A Split Second of Paradise: Live Art, Installation, and Performance and Occupational

Hazard: Critical Writing on Recent British Art,” reviewed in Historians of British Art Newsletter (Historians of British Art, December 1999)

1999      “Law and the Image: The Authority of Art and the Aesthetics of Law,” Law and Politics Book Review 9 no. 8 (American Political Science Association, August 1999): 364–368

1998      “Art in the Courtroom,” Law and Politics Book Review 8 no. 9 (American Political Science Association, September 1998): 353–355

CHAIRED CONFERENCE SESSIONS

2015      Contemporary Asian Craft Worlds, College Art Association, Annual Conference, New York, with Rebecca M. Brown

2014      Mobilities of Craft since 1900: Economics, Politics, Aesthetics, Association of Asian Studies, Annual Conference, Philadelphia, with Rebecca M. Brown

2013      From Utopian Teleologies to Sporadic Historiographies: ‘Interfaces’ of Art and Cybernetics, Association of Art Historians, Annual Conference, University of Reading, England, with Maia Toteva

2012      British Art and Visual Culture: Survey and Field in the Context of Glocalization, College Art Association, Annual Conference, Chicago, Illinois

2008      Common Terrain: Surveying Geography’s Contributions to Histories of Art, Architecture, and Visual Culture, College Art Association, Annual Conference, Dallas, Texas, with Mickey Abel

2005      The Seminar and the Expanded Field, College Art Association, Annual Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, with Melinda Mayer

2003      Multiculturalism and the Arts in the Colonial/Post-Colonial Age, Historians of British Art, College Art Association, Annual Conference, New York, New York

2001      Negotiating Change: The Image—Between Nature and Community, American Studies Association, Annual Conference, Washington, D.C.

2000      Feminist Lessons in Art School and Beyond: ‘Framing’ Links between Self and Community (Today and Tomorrow), National Women’s Studies Association, Annual Conference, Boston

2000      Housing Art Schools in the 20th and 21st Century, Southeastern College Art Conference, Annual Conference, Louisville, Kentucky

2000      Graduate Student Session on Performance, Visual Arts, and the 1960s, Languaging 2000, Annual Literary and Linguistic Conference, Departments of English and Philosophy, UNT

1999      The Language of Popular Space: Graduate Student Dialogue, Languaging 99, Annual Literary and Linguistic Conference, UNT

1998      Mass Culture, Technology, and Space, American Culture Association, Annual Conference, Orlando, Florida

1997      The American Art World and Mass Art Magazines from 1945, College Art Association, Annual Conference, New York

1994      Visions of Women and Feminine Masquerade, Gender Studies Conference, University of Texas, Austin, Texas

CONFERENCE PAPERS

2018      When Photos Lie to You: Visual Depictions of Needs-Based Aid among the Displaced in Postcolonial Vietnam, Ways of Seeing, Shaping, and Documenting Subjects under Postcolonial Conflicts, American Historical Association, Annual Conference, Washington, D.C.

2017      Subjects of Photography/Subjects of American Diplomacy: Refugee Artisans in Postcolonial Vietnam, Session: Merchants, Artisans, and Dreamers: The Long View in Asia, Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations annual conference: Power, Publics, and the United States in the World

2016      Politics of American Diplomacy/Politics of Craft: An Assessment of “Art and Archaeology of Vietnam, Asian Crossroad of Cultures,” Politics of Vietnamese Craft, 34th Congress of the International Committee of the History of Art, Beijing, China

2016      Photography and Vietnamese Resettlement: Narrating Refugees for Americans, A Rightful Home? State-Sponsored Migrations and US Empire (sponsored by the Immigration and Ethnic History Society), American Studies Association, annual conference, Denver

2014      Vietnamese Craft in Transit, Mobilities of Craft since 1900: Economics, Politics, Aesthetics, Association of Asian Studies, Annual Conference, Philadelphia

2013      Refugee to Celebrity: Changing Subjects (and Narratives) in Photographs of Water Travel in Southeast Asia, College Art Association, Annual Conference, New York City

2012      Autochthony as Belonging: Representations of Refugee Artisans in South Vietnam, 1956, Migration Memory and Place, International Conference organized by Danish Network for Cultural Memory Studies & Network for Migration and Culture, University of Copenhagen

2012      Subjects of Convergence: Women Art Technology, Association of Art Historians Annual Conference, The Open University, Milton Keynes, England

2011 Domesticating Handicraft: Representations of Refugee Handicraft Artisans in South Vietnam, 1956,” The Critical Refugee Studies Conference, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

2010 Central Dublin as Ireland’s Modernity: Chronic Questions  of  Sovereignty  and  Agency,  Ireland and Modernity, An Interdisciplinary Conference, Institute of Irish Studies, Queen’s University, Belfast

2010    Neither Here Nor There: The Diasporic Nation of Irelantis, European Association of    Social Anthropologists and Anthropological Association of Ireland Annual Conference, University College Dublin, Ireland

2010      ’To make my paint more concrete’: Plaster as Painting’s Commodity Form in the Art of Claes Oldenburg, Conference on Plaster and Plaster Casts: Materiality and Practice, Victoria and Albert Museum, London

2010      Women Art Technology: An Oral History Interview Project, Conference on Oral History in Art, Craft and Design, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, England

2009      Goldmine in Southeast Asia: Russel Wright, Vietnamese Handicraft, and Transnational Consumption’ East-West Interchanges in American Art, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, D.C.

2009      Tracey Emin as a British Artist: National Narratives as Global Narratives, Being British symposium at The Stephen Lawrence Gallery, University of Greenwich, Greenwich,

2009      Transnationalism and Europe, Transnationalism and Artefacts: Paolozzi’s ‘Histoire Naturelle- Psychological Atlas, 1949’, Transnationalism and Visual Culture in Britain: Émigrés and Migrants, 1933 to 1956, Northumbria University, Newcastle upon Tyne, England

2008      From Theory to Practice: The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction, Research into Practice Conference, Royal Society of Arts, London, England

2008 John McHale’s Writing and the Domestic Front, Writing, Art and Radicality: Alloway, Banham and Beyond, Manchester Institute for Research and Innovation in Art and Design, Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester, England

2008      Neither Here Nor There: The Diasporic Nation in Irelantis, Neither Here Nor There: Writing the Irish Diaspora conference, University of Limerick, Limerick, Ireland

2008      Whispers from the Walls: Practicing History, New Critical Perspectives in African American Art History, David C. Driskell Center and the Department of Art History and Archaeology, University of Maryland, College Park

2007      From Depth to Surface: Material, Rhetorical, and Historical Dimensions of Loss, College Art Association, Annual Conference, New York, New York

2007      Irelantis and Traumas of Prosperity, Association of Art Historians, Annual Conference, University of Ulster, Belfast, Northern Ireland

2007   Irelantis: From History to Historiography, The Past in the Present, History as Practice in    Art, Design and Architecture, An Interdisciplinary Conference, Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow, Scotland

2006      At the Intersection of Geographies, Assemblage, Bricolage and the Obsolete: A Symposium, The Henry Moore Institute, Leeds, England

2006      Works of Art Writing: Legacies of Benjamin’s Essay, Association of Art Historians, Annual Conference, University of Leeds, England

2006    From Post-War American to Post-Industrial Man: Viewing Machine Made America    and Telemaths Cybernetically, American Studies Association, Annual Conference, Oakland, California

2005      Ikonography, Cybernetics, and the Designed ‘Shell’: Paolozzi’s Sculpture, Late 1950s, Sculpture and Design Symposium, University of Brighton, Brighton, England

2005      The Meaning of ‘Big Strong Women’: Magda Cordell’s Art of the 1950s and 1960s, Women Art, and Culture, Historical Perspectives, Southampton Institute, Southampton, England

2005      ‘to practice wider visualization’: Figuring Internationalism in Ireland since 1949, Tenth International Seminar of Forum UNESCO University and Heritage, Cultural Landscapes in the 21st Century, University of Newcastle, Newcastle upon Tyne, England

2004      Devolution and Internationalism, 1956: Topographies of Art and Culture, Legacies of Political Change in Art and Visual Culture, Oxford Brookes University, Oxford, England

2004      Third Nature? Theorizing Internationalism and Irish Art during the 1950s, Associationof Art Historians, Annual Conference, University of Nottingham, Nottingham, England

2003      Cybernetics, Cybernation, and Cyborgification in John McHale’s Telemaths, Convergent Practices, Computers and the History of Art, Annual Conference, Birkbeck College, University of London, London, England

2002      Cybernetics and Cyborgification: John McHale’s Telemaths, Association of Art Historians, Annual Conference, University of Liverpool, Liverpool, England

2002      Horizons and Horizontalities: The Art of the Independent Group in an Age of Transition, Post- Imperial Britain, Institute of Contemporary British History, University of London, London

2002      The Independent Group’s Cultural Topographies, Passion for Place: Art and Tourism in a Multicentered Society, An Interdisciplinary Symposium, Brigham Young University Museum of Art, Provo, Utah

2001      Cultural Topography in the Fifties, College Art Association, Annual Conference, Chicago, Illinois

2000      Domestic Culture and Institutional Mythologies:The House Whitfield Lovell Built, American Studies Association, Annual Conference, Detroit, Michigan

2000      Mythological Strategies: Vietnam in Spaces of Middle Class America, International Association of Philosophy and Literature, Annual Conference, State University of New York, Stony Brook, New York

2000      Self-Taught and Do It Yourself: Commerce, Ideology, and the Significance of Artistic Practice, 1945–1960, Conference on Twentieth-Century Self-Taught Artists, John Michael Kohler Arts Center and Kohler Foundation, Sheboygan, Wisconsin

1999      ‘to counter the terror of uncertain signs’: Mythologizing Vietnam in Interiors, American Culture Association, Annual Conference, San Diego, California

1999      ‘Touring’ America in the Fifties: Surface and the Independent Group, Popular Culture Association, Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge University, Cambridge, England

1999      Where Are the Answers for ‘Questions[s] Concerning Technology’? Heidegger’s ‘Realm of Art’ and the American Art World ca 1955–1965, Martin Heidegger Annual Conference, UNT

1998      Mythologizing Vietnam in 1956, Western/Southwestern Conferenceof Asian Studies Association, Annual Conference, University of Texas, El Paso, Texas

1997      ‘A Man’s Work Should Be His Pleasure—I Shouldn’t Expect AnythingMore’: Oxymoronic Relations of Workaday Life and American Painting, American Culture Association, Annual Conference, San Antonio, Texas

1997      ‘Touring’ America: The Significance of Surface for the Independent Group, Northeast Conference on British Studies, Annual Conference, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire

1996      A Producing (of) Modern: MoMA, Its Catalogs, and Relations with Things Made in America during the Fifties, New Scholars/New Ideas Symposium, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond

1996      It Was an Inside Job, Or, The Politics of Space: American High and Commodity Culture as Observed by the Independent Group, Northeast Popular Cultural Association Annual Conference, Quinnipiac College, Hamden, Connecticut

1995 The Fabric of Post-war American Art: An Account of How the Art World Established What Men Did with Cloth as Vanguard Painting, Cultural Studies and The New Art Histories Conference, University of Rochester

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

UNDERGRADUATE COURSES CREATED AND TAUGHT

Methodologies in the History of Art and Visual Culture

Modernism and the Visual Arts

Modernism and South and Southeast Asian Art

Postmodernism and the Visual Arts

Survey of American Art: American Art since 1900

Topics in American Art History

  • Questions of Race and American Art since 1945 Topics in Art History
  • African American Art since 1900
  • American Feminist Art Movement of the 1970s Art and Technology since 1900
  • Craft History and Art History Cultural Heritage and Memory

Theory of Contemporary Art

  • Cybernetics, Cyborgs and Visual Culture The Ethnographic Turn
  • History and Practice of Performance Art
  • Marcel Duchamp: Structuralism into Post-Structuralism
  • Between Seeing and the Seen: Good Looking, or Theories and Practices of Vision

GRADUATE COURSES CREATED AND TAUGHT

Graduate Methodologies in the History of Art and Visual Culture

Topics, Seminar in Art History: Prolegomenon: Sculpture among the Craft in South Vietnam and the US, ca 1955-61

Topics, Seminar in 20th–21st Century Art

  • Artists as Citizens
  • Critical Histories of Craft, Decorative Arts, and Modernisms
  • Questions of Art and Suffering
  • Politics of Exhibitions
  • Visual Culture of Refugee and Migrant Politics of Belonging
  • Modernism and South/Southeast Asian Art, with Lisa Owen Cultural Heritage and Memory
  • Technology and the Visual Arts since 1900 Modernism and Pedagogy since 1900
  • Post-Humanism and Visual Art since 1945
  • Transnationalism since 1945: Class, Subjectivity, Heritage, Visual Culture
  • Art and Geography, with Mickey Abel
  • Portraiture, Subjectivity and Agency in the Modern and Postmodern Eras
  • Materials and Sculpture since 1900: Histories and Methodologies
  • Visual Art and Cultural Studies

Seminar in American Art

  • Social Portraiture
  • History and Theory of Art School: From the Academy to Visual Art Studies
  • Visual Representation and War: Image, Monument and Anti-Monument
  • Post-Industrial Society and Technologies of Representation
  • Art and Everyday Life: Acts, Gestures and Performance Gender, Society, and Art
  • American Feminist Art Movement of the 1970s Travel, Tourism and Art
  • Theory and Practice of Photography
  • Pop Art and Popular, Consumer, and Mass Media Cultures Topics in Art History
  • Questions of Race and American Art since 1945

UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCH PRESENTATIONS – RECENT EXAMPLES

2017      Donna Deblois, Sónica Tal: Avant-garde Talavera, Crow Collection of Asian Art, Student Research Day

2017      Rachel Ford, Iconography of a Musician: Notes on Cross-Cultural Research, Crow Collection of Asian Art, Student Research Day

2017      Annalisa Giannotti, The Fashionability of Islamic Art in America, Crow Collection of Asian Art, Student Research Day

2017      Jungwan Kim, Narrativization of Museum exhibitions: The Meaning and Significance of Chinese Blue-and-White Porcelain, Crow Collection of Asian Art, Student Research Day

2017      Cassandra Roberts, Happiness, Islam, and Ceramics: How Islamic Ceramics Influenced 9th – 12th  century Iranians, Crow Collection of Asian Art, Student Research Day

2017      Tova Anderson, Representations of Refugees: a Study of Non-Western, Non-WWII Refugees in the 1950s, UNT Scholars Day

2017      Rachel Ford, Iconography of a Musician: Notes on Cross-Cultural Research, UNT Scholars Day

2017      Annalisa Giannotti, The Fashionability of Collecting Islamic Art in the United States, UNT Scholars Day

2017      Hannah Lindsey, Politics and Art Addressed in 1950s USA, UNT Scholars Day

2016      Alan Skelton, 2nd Annual Art History Undergraduate Symposium, University of Texas at Tyler

2016      Alan Skelton, Collin College Undergraduate Interdisciplinary Student Research Conference

2016     Alan Skelton, 3rd Annual Art & Visual Culture Student Writing Competition, UNT

2015      Christiana Horan, Undergraduate Art History Conference, University of Texas at Arlington

2015     Matthew Burch, 1st Annual Undergraduate Art History Conference, University of Texas Tyler

2015      Matthew Birch, Athena Buxton, Ethan Cramer, Naomi Ruiz, UNT Scholars Day

MA ART HISTORY THESES DIRECTED

2018      Jungwan Kim, East-West Binarism and the Crow Collection of Asian Art, Dallas

2018      Jessica Pirkle, Counter Narratives: Chester and Maud Dale Collecting, Writing, and Exhibiting the art of Amedeo Modigliani

2018      Eve Sirianni, Rape in Art and War: Re-Reading Jenny Holzer’s Lustmord, 1993

2017     Isabel Lee, American Diplomacy and Lebanese Art, ca 1970: Contextualizing Paul Guiragossian’s Exhibitions in the United States

2017      Tiffany Grassmuck, Moving Downtown: Nullifying Past Negative Perceptions with the Dallas Arts District as a Postmodern City Image

2016      Ann Howington, Craftsmanship in a Changing World: One Exhibition’s Construction of the American Mid-Century Craftsman

2014      Jeremy Lupe, Race and Rockwell: Representing Whiteness in America during World War II

2013       Madeleine Fitzgerald, Performing Belonging: Genealogical Practices in the Art of Do Ho Suh

2013      Travis Veselka, Collective Prosthetic Memories in Corinne Vionnet’s Photo Opportunities

2012       Tiffany Floyd, Faiq Hassan and the Intelligentsia: The Construction of Nationalism in 1950s Iraq (co-chaired with Nada Shabout)

2012      Erin Gern, Constructing National Identity in the Dublin Penny Journal and Irish Penny Journal: George Petrie’s Antiquarianism as Heritage, 1830–1840

2012      Jessica Ingle, Breaking the Boundaries of Female Celebrity: Loie Fuller’s Cabinet Cards as Representations of Genius

2011      Wesley Chin, Queering Jackson Pollock

2011      Alexis Ettinger, Politics of Subliminality: Linda Ridgway’s First Ladies

2011      Colleen Long, Narrating Memory: Remembering the Chicana Childhood of Celia Muñoz

2011              Bethany Stout, Transculturalism in Contemporary Art: Phil Collins’s The World Won’t Listen

2010      Susanne Coffey, Disappearing in Plain View: Locating Edith Dimock Glackens

2010      Andrea Duffie, No Space like Home: Do Ho Suh’s Fallen Star Series & Home as Third Space

2010      Krissie Oden, Politics of Space in Willie Doherty’s Ghost Story at the Dallas Museum of Art

2010      Richard Serrano, Marc Quinn: Lucas and Innoscience: Representing Fatherhood

2009      Elizabeth Ansell, Bringing Outside In: Commodification and Privatization of Banksy’s Street Art

2009      Darenda DeLoach, Process and Painting: Gaze in the Art of Jack Vettriano

2009      Sarah Feit, Questioning Reception: Rosemary Laing’s groundspeed in a Transnational Landscape

2009      Heather Harrison, Nations of the World Welcome Red Army of Labor: Bolshevik Visual Representations in Relation to the Comintern

2009      Charles Kanu, The Nigerian Diasporic Artist in America: The Significance for Oguibe’s The Culture Game for the Life, Art and Writing of Donald O. Odita

2009      Lauren Llaroca, ’Nouveau Frisco’: The Counterculture Significance of Art Nouveau Features in Rock Concert Posters of the Late 1960s

2009      Erin Murphy, James Rosenquist: Process and the Simulacrum

2009      Brandi Noah, Significance of Identity: Graffiti Art and Street Art in the Contemporary Art World

2009      Betsy Thomas, Representing Twiggy in 1967: Twiggy as a New Icon

2008      Emily Black, Assembling Dislocation: Bruce Conner’s Spider Lady Series

2008      Jaylin King, Art or Craft? Contributions Museums Make to the Cultural Statusof Contemporary Jewellery

2008      Lisa Nersesova, Defining the Social Mother within the Soviet Landscape

2008      Jairo Salazar, Doris Salcedo’s Shibboleth and Colombia: Fragmentation, War, and Trauma

2007      Kim Goss, Posters of the Polish Solidarity Movement

2007      Autumn Lopez, Visual Culture of Girls and Japanese Manga

2007      Shea Needham, Modern Woman: Modernity, Visual Culture & de Lempicka’s Adam and Eve

2007      George Roland, Sam Taylor-Woods’ Crying Men

2007      Janet Tyson, Two Annunciations: Examples of Interpellation or Offers of Reception; A Comparative Analysis of Pictures by Roger van der Weydenand René Magritte

2006      Amanda Blake, Images of Women Shopping in the Art of Kenneth Hayes Miller and Reginald Marsh, ca 1920–1930

2006      Heather Grance,Style and the Art of Chaim Soutine: Ethnicity, Nationalism, and Geography in the Critical Reception and Historiography

2006      Jen Richmond, Iconic Images, Pilgrimage, Shrine: Armadillo World Headquarters 1970– 80

2006      Melynda Seaton, Barthesian Mythologies of the Texas Cowboy

2005      Victoria Estrada-Berg, Art Criticism and the Gendering of Lee Bontecou’s Art, 1960-1975

2004      Gerald White, Misrepresentations in Poster Imagesof AIDS

2004      Julie Arens Bagley, Dallas as Region: Mark Lemmon’s Gothic Revival Presbyterian Church

2003      Anne Lawrence, Feminist Design Methodology: Considering the Case of Maria Kipp

2003      Josh Rose, Surrealist Photography of Lee Miller

2002      Cullen Lutz, ‘Documentary’ Photography of Keith Carter

2002      Christian Weimer, Painted Side Show Banners and Folk Art

 GRADUATE STUDENT PRESENTATIONS & PUBLICATIONS

2018      Isabel Lee, Soft American Power? ca 1970, Contemporary Art from Lebanon, Art in Middle Eastern Diplomacy, College Art Association annual conference, Los Angeles

2017      Isabel Lee, American Diplomacy and Lebanese Art, ca 1970, 22nd annual Graduate Symposium in Art History, University of Alabama

2017      Isabel Lee, CVAD Student Project Award Fund, UNT

2017     Jessica Pirkle, CVAD Student Project Award Fund, UNT

2016 Rachel Hiser, Inheritance of Process: Materialities of the Fourteenth c. Pieta and their Reimagined Presence in the Prints of Kathe Kollwitz, Re//Generate: Materiality and the Afterlives of Things in the Middle Ages, St Andrews Postgraduate Conference, Scotland

2016      Rachel Hiser, CVAD Student Project Award Fund

2016      Jessica Pirkle, Questions of Subjective Transformation and Agency through Affect and Difficult Exhibitions, Crossing the Boundaries: XXIV Interdisciplinary Graduate Conference, Binghamton University

2016      Jim Wilson, The Practical Past: On the Advantages and Disadvantages of History for Life,” International Network for the Theory of History, Ouro Preto, Brazil

2015      Cate Ferman, Southern Humanities Council

2014      Jessica Burnham, Community by Communication, Coalition of Urban and Metropolitan Universities annual conference, Syracuse University

2014      Linda East, Art that Seems to Have a Life of its Own, Mid-America College Art Association, San Antoni

2014      Ann Howington, The Lives of Art, Ninth International Conference on the Artsin Society at Sapienza University, Rome, Italy

2014      Ann Howington, “How a Moment of Pain Becomes a Cenotaph of Hope.” [online document] February 2014. http://tutu.hope.ac.uk/research/workingpaperseries/

2013      Jeremy Lupe, Race and Rockwell: Representing Whiteness in America during World War I, Southeastern College Art Conference

2013      Jeff Joiner, with Michael Gibson, Chapter 3 – “The Semiotics of a Smile: Signs of Failure on Multi-Use Trails in Dallas, Texas,” in Signs and Symbols in Workplace and Public (Nova Science Publishers): 35–42

2013 Ann Howington, How a Moment of Pain Becomes a Cenotaph of Hope, Memory and Memorials Conference on Memory, Conflict and Space, The Archbishop Desmond Tutu Centre for War and Peace Studies, Liverpool Hope University, Liverpool, England

2013      Ann Howington, “Shooting Blanks, Anri Sala’s Photography and the Heritages of Post- Communist Society.” The International Journal of Arts Theory and History 18.1.

2013      Jairo Salazar, “Privacy, life, masterpiece. The implied art canon in BBC’s Private Lifeof a Masterpiece Television Series,” Art History Supplement (UK) 3 no. 4 (July 2013): 5-18

2012      Robyn Beck, ‘This Bridge Called My Self’: Policing Borders, Policing Bodies, American Association of Anthropology, San Francisco, California

2012      Madeleine Fitzgerald Graduate Student Lecture Program, Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

2012 Sandra Hernandez, Adaptation of Myths with the Changing Times, National Popular Cultural Association and American Culture Association, Boston

2012      Ann Howington, Shooting Blanks: Anri Sala’s Photography and the Heritages of Post- Communist Society, Arts in Society Conference, Liverpool, England

2012      Jeremy Lupe, Chagoya in Loveland: Art, Outrage and Struggle over American Identity, Art and Struggle Conference, Ontario College of Art and Design, Toronto, Canada

2012      Cheryl Ann Palyu, Some Politics of the Political Artist: Lessons on the Burdens of Activism, Art and Struggle Conference, Ontario College of Art and Design, Toronto, Canada

2011      Morehshin Allahyari, Self-Exile, Self-Censorship, Annual Comparative Literature Conference, California State University, Long Beach

2011      Morehshin Allahyari, Your Night/My Day Project, Come Together, Digital Collaboration in the Academy and Beyond, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario

2011      Jessica Ingle, Graduate Student Lecture Program, Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

2011      Jeremy Lupe, Southwest/Texas Popular Culture Association and American Culture Association

2011      Courtnee Sower, When a ‘Feminist’ Artist is Not a Feminist: Challenging Cindy Sherman’s Constructed Position in Discourse, New Frontiers in Graduate History, York University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

2011      Travis Veselka, Graduate Student Lecture Program, Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

2010      Wesley Chin Graduate Student Lecture Program, Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

2010      Wesley Chin, Re-formed Body in Hyperrealist Sculpture: Vision, Signifiers, and the Post Human, Annual Graduate French and Italian Symposium, University of Wisconsin, Madison

2010     Colleen Long Graduate Student Lecture Program, Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

2010      Colleen Long, Kehinde Wiley’s The World Stage: Transnationalizing Black Masculine Identity, African American Culture and Experience, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

2010      Krissie Oden, Ghostly Places: Remembering and Witnessing the Troublesin Post-Conflict Northern Ireland, Annual Graduate Conference on Literature and the Humanities, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville

2010      Krissie Oden, Ghostly Places: Remembering and Witnessing the Troublesin Post-Conflict Northern

2009      KrissieOden, “Interpreting Space: Ethiopia Awakening and the Rebirth of Meta Warrick Fuller, “University of Toronto Art Journal 2

2008      Sarah Feit and Lisa Nersesova, “The Lure of the East: British Orientalist Painting [exhibition review],” Historians of British Art Newsletter (published by Historians of British Art) (Summer): 19–20

2008      Christina Rusnak, “Reconstructing Presence: Human Geography of Brent Phelps’ ‘On the Trail of Lewis and Clark,’” Wandering Scholars (UK) (January)

2008      Students in my graduate Methodologies of Art History and Visual Culturecourse, “Gregory Battcock,” entry, Dictionary of Art Historians, Lee Sorensen (ed.) (published by the Department of Art, Art History, and Visual Studies of Duke University), http://www.dictionaryofarthistorians.org/battcockg.htm

2008 Emily Black, Reflecting Urban Space: ‘The Social Mirror’ at  First  New  York  City  Art Parade, 1983, Mid- Atlantic Popular Culture Association and American Culture Association, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada

2008      Emily Black, Trash Talking: The Critical Reception of Bruce Conner’s Assemblages, 1954–64, Taking out the Trash, University of Victoria Conference, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

2008      Consuelo Guttierez, Nic Nicosia’s Bobby Dixon & The Texas Stars, National Popular Culture Association and American Culture Association Conference, San Francisco, California

2008      Lisa Nersesova, Origins of Norodnost: Definitions of Russianness and East-West Hybridity in the Work of Mikhail Vrubel, Eighth Annual Graduate Humanities Forum Conference, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia

2008      Krissie Oden, Interpreting Space: The Rebirthof Meta Warrick Fuller, Annual Graduate Conference, University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada

2008      Jairo Salazar, Making Memory, Making History: Ideas and Identities beyond Borders, Annual History Graduate Student Association Paul Lucas Conference in Cultural History, Indiana University, Bloomington

2008      Heather White, Mothers in Mirrors: Identifying the Maternal Self in Self-Portraiture and Self- Documentation, The Art of Gender in Everyday Life Conference, Idaho State University, Pocatello

2007      Students in undergraduate Modernism and Visual Arts Course, entries for 10 works of art: Gerald Balciar, In High Places; Daniel Bozhkov, Rainmaker’s Workshop Installation; Confederate Soldier Gateway; Lynn Ford, carving; Leo Friedlander, Pioneer Woman; Rosanne Keller, She Gave Us Wings; Coreen Spellman, brick mural; Mac Whitney, Carrizo; Charles Truett Williams, Earth Mother, in Portal to Texas History

2007      Susanne Coffey, Museum Effects: Italia Nostra in Venice, Seventh Annual Graduate Humanities Forum Conference, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia

2007  Kim Goss, Pop-ups and Popular Culture: Desperate Housewives, Carnivále, and Reinventing   Art History through Visual Culture, National Popular Culture Association and American Culture Association Conference, Boston, Massachusetts

2007      Billy Kettler, In the Crosshairs: Intersections of Art and War, Graduate Student Art History Symposium, University of Iowa, Iowa City

2007      Shea Needham, Eroticizing the Arab Woman: Colonialism and the Contemporary Arab Woman’s Response, Art of Gender in Everyday Life Conference, Idaho State University, Pocatello

2007      George Roland, Fashionably Oppressed: On Western Criticism of Contemporary Arab Women’s Art, Art of Gender in Everyday Life, Idaho State University, Pocatello

2006 Janet Tyson, A Culture of Cities Project, Canadian Sociology and Anthropology Association 2006 Vincent Villafranca, Nature and Time in Literature and the Visual Arts, University of Delhi, Delhi, India

2005      Janet Tyson, Persistence of Memory—René Magritte as a Regional Artist, Association of Art Historians, University of Bristol, Bristol, England

2005      Julie Arens Bagley, architectural entries in Richard Brettell and Willis Cecil Winters, Crafting Tradition: The Architecture of Mark Lemmon (Dallas: The Meadows Museum, Southern Methodist University)

2005      Erin Murphy, “The Notion of the Figure in John Chamberlain’s Zaar and Selected Works,” Cognito: A Graduate Humanities Journal 1 no. 1 (Spring)

2005      Josh Rose, “Review: Lee Miller: Portraits and Lee Miller: Portraits from a Life by Richard Calvocoressi and “Between You and Me: Man Ray’s Objects to Be Destroyed” by Janine Mileaf” (reviews) Historians of British Art Newsletter (published by Historians of British Art) (Fall/Winter): 15–17

2005      Janet Tyson, “The Persistence of Mystery—René Magritte as a Regional Artist,” Image and Narrative (published by Open Humanities Press, Belgium) 13 (December 2005), http://www.imageandnarrative.be/inarchive/surrealism/tyson.htm

2004      Gerald White, Marginalizationof Minority Gay Men in AIDS Imagery: Living on the Periphery of the ‘Unhealthy Other,’ AIDS in Culture, Mexico City, Mexico

2000      Anne Lawrence, The Spatial ‘Aura’ of Mariko Mori’s Pure Land, in Modernity (published by Eastern Illinois University) 2, http://castle.eiu.edu/~modernity/alawrence.html

2000      Josh Rose, “’Occupying’ Hitler’s Bathtub: Linking Space and Ritual to the Holocaust and Propaganda,” Modernity (published by Eastern Illinois University) 2, http://castle.eiu.edu/~modernity/jrose.html

ADMINISTRATION: CURRICULUM, POLICY, EQUITY, AND STUDENT-LEARNING

 2017-2018       4+1 BA/MA program: established- ideated, proposed and currently realizing, CVAD

2017-2018       By-laws  Committee  (reconcile  university  policies  with  college  by-laws), CVAD

2017-2018       Steering Committee, COACHE faculty satisfaction survey, UNT

2017-2018       Co-chair, Committee on the Status of Women, UNT

2017-2018       Co-chair, University Writing Group, UNT

2017-2018       Program Coordinator, art history: spearhead an external review and the internal management of undergraduate and graduate programs, CVAD

2016-2017       Co-chair, Committee on the Status of Women, UNT

2014-2016       Committee on the Status of Women, UNT

2014                Grant and Proposal Writing Panel for Creatives (and Everyone Else), UNT 2012–2013      Academic Committee, CVAD

2012–2013      Director, SWAMPED, Interdisciplinary Group Mentoring Project, UNT

2010–2012      Co-Chair, Graduate Council, UNT

2009–2015      Scholars Day, Steering Committee, Honors College, UNT

2009–2012      Graduate Student Support and Professional Development, Graduate Council, UNT

2009–2010     Steering Committee, Center for Learning Enhancement, Assessment, and Redesign, UNT

2008–2016      Founding and Board Member, Research Cluster iARTA: Initiative for Advanced   Research in Technology and the Arts, UNT

2008–2009      Co-chair, University Mentorship Committee, UNT

2007–2012      Junior Faculty Retention, Promotion and Tenure Committee, CVAD

2007–2010      University Review Committee, (appeals for fairness, academic freedom, etc.), UNT

2006–2012      Graduate Council, UNT

2006–2007      Chair, Promotion and Tenure Committee [for entire college], CVAD

2006–2007      Quality Enhancement Plan, Steering Committee, Reaffirmation of SACS Accreditation Process, UNT

2005–2009      Program Coordinator for Art History BA and MA, CVAD

2004–2012                Chair, Retention, Promotion and Tenure Committee, CVAD

EXTERNAL PEER EVALUATION AND ASSESSMENT

2016-19             Grant reviewer, European Science Foundation, College of Expert Reviewers, humanities

2016                  Promotion reviewer, South Dakota State University

2016                  Promotion reviewer, Texas A&M Commerce University

2016                Manuscript reviewer, Bloomsbury Press

2015                  Manuscript reviewer, Art Journal

2015                  Manuscript reviewer, Siggraph Art Papers, special issue of Leonardo

2015                  Promotion reviewer, Missouri State University

2014-2017         Promotion and Tenure Committee, CVAD

2014                  Grant reviewer, Danish Council for Independent Research, Ministry of Higher Education and Science, Danish Agency for Science, Technologyand Innovation

2013                  Manuscript reviewer, American Art Journal, Smithsonian American Art Museum

2011–2012        Grant Reviewer, Research and Creativity Enhancement Grants, Office of Research and Economic Development, UNT

2010-2012         Manuscript reviewer, CHArt, Computers & the History of Art [UK], CHArt Yearbook

2009–2012        Grant reviewer, HERA– Humanities in the European Research Area’s Joint Research Programme

2003-2005         Book Reviews Editor, Historians of British Art Newsletter, Historians of British Art

ADDITIONAL CONTENT-BASED ADMINISTRATION

2014-2017         Board Member, Historians of British Art

2012–2013        Faculty Advisor to Art History Society, Miscellaneous and ad hoc Committees, CVAD

2010–2016        Editorial Board, iARTA’s affiliate journal, Moebius, Research Cluster iARTA: Initiative for Advanced Research in Technology and the Arts, UNT

2005–2013        Editor, Historians of British Art Newsletter, published biannually

2005–2006        Subcommittee on Art Museum, Miscellaneous and ad hoc Committees, CVAD

2005–2006        Subcommittee on Evaluating Teaching, CVAD

ACADEMIC SEARCHES COMMITTEES

2015-2016         Department of History, Faculty Search, British Historian, university representative

2011–2012        New Media Studio Faculty/ResearchCluster, Faculty Search Committee

2011–2012        Design Art Historian Search,  Faculty Search Committee

2010–2011        Lecturer, Faculty Search Committee

2007–2009        Chair of Search Committee, Art Historian

2004–2005        Dean of CVAD, Faculty Search Committee

2003–2004        Non-western Art History, Faculty Search Committee

2003–2004         Art Appreciation, Faculty Search Committee

2001– 2002         Diversity position, Faculty Search Committee

2000–2001          Art History/Art Appreciation FacultySearch Committee

1999–2000        17th Century Art Historian, FacultySearch Committee


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