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Visiting Artists: Dutes Miller & Stan Shellabarger, 2011
Visiting Artists: Dutes Miller & Stan Shellabarger, 2011

Visiting Scholar Program

Spring 2015 – Lectures will begin at 5:30 and will be held in the British Studies Room on the 5th Floor of Norlin Library.
For more information refer to our home page and view upcoming events:


Patricia Reilly – January 26


Jeffrey Howe – February 23


Alisa LaGamma – March 9


Mary Ann Caws – April 6

The Visiting Scholar Program is organized to explore the discipline of art history—its cultural connections, its methodological pursuits, and its changing nature—by focusing extensively on the research and insights of individual academic experts. Three to five highly regarded art historians and/or art critics speak at a public lecture presenting current research and published papers. During their week long visit they work closely with graduate students enrolled in the visiting scholar seminar class.


Past participants of this program include:

  • Nina M. Athanassoglou-Kallmyer (University of Delaware)
  • Tim Barringer - “Broken Pastoral and the English Folk”
  • Bettina Bergmann (Mount Holyoke)
  • Irene Bierman (UCLA)
  • Suzanne Preston Blier (Harvard University)
  • Kathleen Weil-Garris Brandt (NYU)
  • Norman Bryson (Harvard University)
  • Sarah Burns
  • Michael Camille (University of Chicago)
  • Stephen Campbell – “Andrea Mantegna: Force and the Frame”
  • Annemarie Weyl-Carr (Southern Methodist University)
  • Anna Chave (CUNY)
  • John R. Clark (University of Texas)
  • Michael Cole (Columbia University)
  • Brad Collins (University of South Carolina)
  • Paul Crenshaw (Washington University, St. Louis)
  • Joanne Cubbs (Indianapolis Museum of Art)
  • Neil Cummings (Chelsea School of Art, U. of London)
  • Anthony Cutler (Penn State University)
  • Thomas E.A. Dale (University of Wisconsin)
  • Erika Doss – “Cultural Vandalism and Public Memory: Anger, Citizenship, and Memorials in Contemporary America”
  • James Elkins (Art Institute, Chicago)
  • Ilene Forsyth (University of Michigan)
  • Michael Fried (Johns Hopkins University)
  • Elaine K. Gazda (University of Michigan)
  • Heidi Gearhart
  • Darcy Grimaldo Grigsby (UC, Berkeley)
  • Jeffrey Hamburger (Harvard University)
  • Sharon Hirsch (Dickinson College)
  • Wu Hung – ” Engaging the Real: The Three Gorges Dam and Contemporary Chinese Art”
  • Amelia Jones (McGill University)
  • Joan Kee – “Ming Wong’s Cultural Studies”
  • Martin Kemp (Oxford University)
  • Donald Kuspit
  • Ann Kuttner (University of Pennsylvania)
  • Dana Leibsohn (Smith College)
  • Amy Lyford (Occidental College)
  • Lyle Massey (University of California, Irvine)
  • Gerardo Mosquera
  • David Morgan (Duke University)
  • Keith Moxey (Barnard College, Columbia University)
  • Lawrence Nees (University of Delaware)
  • Carol Ockman (Williams College)
  • Mary Pardo (UNC, Chapel Hill)
  • Donna Pierce (Denver Art Museum)
  • Griselda Pollock
  • Martin Powers (University of Michigan)
  • Donald Preziosi (UCLA)
  • Sally Promey (Yale University)
  • Jaune Quick-to-See Smith (independent, artist)
  • Jerome Silbergeld - “Chinese Photography: Documentation as Art”
  • Pamela Smith (Columbia University)
  • Catherine B. Soussloff (UBC, Vancouver)
  • Barbara Stafford (University of Chicago)
  • David Summers (University of Virginia)
  • Joyce Szabo (University of New Mexico)
  • Ellen Wiley Todd (George Mason University)
  • Richard Vinograd (Stanford University)
  • Anne Wagner (University of California, Berkeley)
  • William E. Wallace (Washington University, St. Louis)
  • Thomas Ybarro-Frausto
  • Robert Zwijnenberg (University of Leiden)