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Art history is, at its core, a branch of history, yet it also shares many of the concerns of literary studies in that it often focuses on the self-consciously creative manipulation of themes, symbols, and narrative. At the same time, the physical, material qualities of studio creation bring it close to the procedures in the physical sciences, where knowledge is formed through experimentation with physical materials.

  • Ann M. Roberts
    James D. Vail III Professor of Art, Associate Dean of Faculty, Director of the Learning & Teaching Center

    Areas of Study:  ancient, medieval, and early modern art history

  • Tracy Marie Taylor
    Associate Professor of Art, Chair of Digital Media Design

    Areas of Study: design, computer imaging, digital photography, art

  • Eli Robb
    Associate Professor of Art

    Areas of Study: design, sculpture, video and performance

  • Karen Lebergott
    Associate Professor of Art, Chair of Art and Art History

    Areas of Study:  painting, drawing, mixed media

  • Miguel de Baca
    Kenneth and Harle Montgomery Assistant Professor in the Humanities, Assistant Professor of Art, Chair of American Studies

    Areas of Study: America, modern, and contemporary art history

  • Michael Orr
    Krebs Provost and Dean of the Faculty, Professor of Art

    Areas of Study:  medieval art, Renaissance art, illuminated manuscripts

  • Rebecca Goldberg
    Lecturer in Art

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  • Lia Alexopoulos
    Lecturer in Art

    Areas of Study: 

  • Timothy Wittman
    Lecturer in Art

    Areas of Study:  architecture

  • Michelle Bolinger
    Lecturer in Art

    Areas of Study: drawing

  • Nicole Seisler
    Lecturer in Art

    Areas of Study: ceramics

  • Jason LaFountain
    Lecturer in Art History

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  • Bradley Coleman
    Lecturer in Art

    Area of Study:  drawing

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