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Curriculum vitae

Curriculum Vitae

EDUCATION
Ph.D., The University of Iowa, Art History, 2010
Dissertation:  “Edgar Degas and the Ottocento” (available online)
Chair: Professor Dorothy Johnson
Major Examination Field: Nineteenth-Century French Art
Minor Examination Fields: Italian Renaissance Art; Ancient Roman Art

M.A., Case Western Reserve University, Art History, 2005
Qualifying Paper: “Leisured and Literate: Henri Fantin-Latour and the Socio-Economic Legacy of Women Reading”
                
B.A. (with departmental honors), Case Western Reserve University, Art History, 2003 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Augustana College, Rock Island, IL
2015-Present. Director – Augustana Teaching Museum of Art
2014-2015. Assistant Director – Augustana Teaching Museum of Art

Canisius College, Buffalo, NY
2012-2015. Assistant Professor/Program Director – Art History, Fine Arts Department

Coe College, Cedar Rapids, IA
2010-2012. ACM/Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow in Modern and Contemporary Art/Visiting Assistant Professor
    
School of Art and Art History, The University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA
Spring 2010 (April-May). Visiting Assistant Professor    
Spring 2007; Fall 2008. Instructor of Record

Center for Teaching, The University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA
Fall 2006-Spring 2007. Graduate Assistant

SELECTED CURATORIAL PROJECTS    
2018. Världen är Liten: the World is Small. Modern Swedish and Swedish American Works. 16 November 2018-9 February 2019.

2018. Tengo Puerto Rico en mi corazón. DePaul University. A pop-up exhibition that is part of the 50th anniversary symposium for the Young Lords in Chicago. 22 September 2018.

2017. Witness. 17 November 2017 – 10 February 2018.

2017. #YarnBombQC: Carol Hummel @ Augustana. Locations around the Quad Cities. August 2017 – May 2018.

2017. Organize Your Own: the Politics and Poetics of Self-Determination Movements. (programming and additional materials for ATMA iteration only; travelling exhibition curated by Daniel Tucker) 25 August – 28 October 2017.

2016. Art above 66° 33'. 18 November 2016 - 10 February 2017.  

2016. A Woman's Place is in the Gallery: Guerrilla Girls, 1985-2015. 26 August - 28 October, 2016.

2016. Battle/Dress. Camouflage as a Metaphor for Passing and Other Works by Kiam Marcelo Junio. 26 August - 28 October, 2016.

2016. PlantBot Genetics presents: the Moth Project. Works by Wendy DesChene and Jeff Schmuki. 9 March – 2 April 2016.

2015. A Place Called Home: Frank Lundahl and the Quad Cities. Augustana Teaching Museum of Art. 18 November 2015 – 12 February 2016. 

2015. Wit and Whimsy: Photographs by Kenneth Josephson. Figge Art Museum. 17 October 2015 – 7 February 2016. 

2015. What a Relief! Variations in Printmaking. Works from the Augustana Teaching Museum of Art Collections, Joseph Lappie & Janet Taylor. Augustana Teaching Museum of Art. 26 August – 30 October 2015. 

2015. Juvenile in Justice. Photography by Richard Ross. Augustana Teaching Museum of Art in cooperation with the Figge Art Museum. 19 March – 18 April 2015. 

2014-15. Art Matters: Triennial Art Faculty Exhibition. Augustana Teaching Museum of Art. 17 November 2014 –14 February 2015

2012. Inside Out: Cedar Rapids Action. A site-specific installation in Cedar Rapids, IA. 21 April 2012 – 21 July 2012. 

2011. Shaping Space: Installations by Liz Miller and Rachel Hayes. Guest curator. Coe College, Cedar Rapids, IA. 29 October –19 November 2011. 

2011. Posters, Fans and Songbooks: Nineteenth-Century Prints by Toulouse-Lautrec and his Contemporaries. An exhibition of nineteenth-century prints from the Grand Valley State University Art Gallery collections. Guest curator. Krasl Art Center, St. Joseph, MI. 16 September – 30 October 2011.

2010. Wreckin’ Sh*t: The Rural Gladiators of Demolition Derby. An exhibition of recent work by Kate Schneider. Guest curator. Coe College, Cedar Rapids, IA. 26-30 October 2010.

PUBLICATIONS
Articles    
2016. “Mapping Paris: Social and Artistic Networks, 1855-1889” LEONARDO, v. 49, no. 5, p. 446.  
Available online

2015. “Degas and Manzi’s Vingt dessins: an Experimental Collaboration in Print.” SECAC Review, vol. xvi, no. 5. (2015), pp. 607-621. 
Available online

2013. “Pompeii and its Material Reproductions: The Rise of a Tourist Site in the Nineteenth Century.” Journal of Tourism History, vol. 5, no. 1. (January 2013).
Available online

Conference Proceedings    
2013. “Degas’ Vingt dessins as Object and Means of Dissemination.” The Challenge of the Object/Die Herausforderung des Objekts, Congress Proceedings. Edited by G. Ulrich Großmann and Petra Krutisch. Nuremberg, 2013.

Art Reviews
2013. “Momento, by Susannah Biondo-Gemmell and Jennifer Rogers: a review.” Ceramics: Art and Perception (No. 91, March-May 2013).

Book Reviews
2018. Review of The Care of Prints and Drawings (2nd ed.), Ellis, Margaret Holben. Collections: A Journal for Museum and Archives Professionals, v. 14, no. 1 (Winter 2018).

2010. Review of Victims and Villains in Vasari’s Lives, Ladis, Andrew. H-Net Reviews. April 2010. 
Available online: H-Net Reviews

Exhibition Catalogue Entries
2015. “Marvin Cone, Green Ghost”, “Hendrick ter Brugghen, Singing Lute Player”, “Sol LeWitt, Wall Drawing”, “Andrew Wyeth, Clam Digger” in Figge Art Museum 10th Anniversary Exhibition Catalogue. 2015. 

Encyclopedia Entries
2013. “Delfico, Melchiorre”, “Dupre, Giovanni”, “Gemito, Vincenzo”, “Hayez, Francesco”, “Luccardi, Vincenzo”, “Magnani, Girolamo”, “Morelli, Domenico” and “Palizzi, Filippo” in The Cambridge Verdi Encyclopedia, edited by Roberta Montemorra Marvin. Cambridge University Press, 2013.

DIGITAL HUMANITIES PROJECTS
2013-Present. Mapping Paris: Social & Artistic Networks, 1855-1889.

SELECTED CONFERENCES AND PRESENTATIONS
International    
2016 (invited). "Telemaco Signorini - a Parisian-Tuscan Conduit" at Terms, 34th Congress of the International Committee of the History of Art, Peking University, Beijing, China

2013. “Mapping Paris: Social & Artistic Networks, 1855-1889” at (Digital) Humanities Revisited – Challenges and Opportunities in the Digital Age, Herrenhausen Conference, Herrenhausen Palace, Hannover, Germany

2012. “Degas’ Vingt dessins as Object and Means of Dissemination” at The Challenge of the Object, 33rd Congress of the International Committee of the History of Art, Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nuremburg, Germany    

2010. “Italian Artistic Histories and the Risorgimento: Hayez, Morelli and Toma” at Italy and its Pasts: an Interdisciplinary Conference, Association for the Study of Modern Italy, Institute of Germanic and Romance Studies, University of London, London, England
    
2009. “Telemaco Signorini, an Ottocento Catalyst” in the session Centering the Margins of 19th Century Art at the conference of the Universities Art Association of Canada, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
    
2008. “Degas and Manzi's Vingt dessins: Discourses of Exchange” in the session Conflict and Collaboration at the conference of the Universities Art Association of Canada, York University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Domestic    
2018. “The SisterSerpents. Feminism, Art, and Activism in Chicago (and beyond)" at the Feminist Art History Conference, American University, Washington DC

2017. “Art, Criticism, and Nationalism in Telemaco Signorini’s Italy” in the session Visualizing the Risorgimento: Art in Italy Before and After Unification at the annual conference of the College Art Association, New York, New York

2016. “Updates on Mapping Paris: Social & Artistic Networks, 1855-1889” in the session Digital Art History: New Projects, New Questions at the annual conference of the College Art Association, Washington DC 

2015. “Mapping Paris: Considerations of a Digital Collaboration at the Trailhead” in the session Traversing Borders: The Flâneur in Eastern Europe and Beyond at the Southeastern College Arts Conference, Pittsburg, Pennsylvania

2015. “Mapping Paris: Social and Artistic Networks, 1855-1889” at Digitorium: University of Alabama Digital Humanities Conference. Tuscaloosa, Alabama

2014. “Una Macchiaiola, Giulia Bandini? A Feminist Look at the Macchiaioli” at the Fifth Annual Feminist Art History Conference at American University, Washington, District of Columbia 

2014. “Mapping Paris: Social and Artistic Networks, 1855-1889” in the session Digital Humanities and the Visual Arts at the Mid-American College Art Association Conference, San Antonio, Texas

2014. “Mapping Paris: Social and Artistic Networks, 1855-1889” at the Arts, Humanities and Complex Networks, 5th Leonardo Satellite Symposium to NetSci2014 Conference, Berkeley, California

2014. “Telemaco Signorini—An Ottocento Catalyst” in the session Risorgimento Urbanisms at the Nineteenth-Century Studies Association Conference on Urbanism and Urbanity, Chicago, Illinois

2013. “Degas and the Ottocento: Re-centering (?) Nineteenth-Century Art” in the session Reciprocal Exchanges: Regionalisms and Modernisms in Dialogue at the annual Southeastern College Arts Conference, Greensboro, North Carolina

2012. “Caricature, Degas and the Caffè Michelangiolo” in the session The Importance of the Bar at the annual Southeastern College Arts Conference, Durham, North Carolina

2012. “Edgar Degas and Italy: A Pictorial Exegesis” in the session No Talking Allowed: Making a Visual Argument about Art History at the annual conference of the College Art Association, Los Angeles, California
        
2010. “Degas and Manzi’s Vingt dessins: Strategies of Reproduction, Dialogues of Exchange” at the Interdisciplinary Nineteenth-Century Studies Conference on Family/Resemblance, Austin, Texas

2010. “The Performative Aspect of Secular Veneration: Pompeii as a Tourist Site” at the Nineteenth Century Studies Association Conference on Theatricality and the Performative in the Long 19th Century, Tampa, Florida
        
CONFERENCE SESSIONS CHAIRED
2018. Exhibitions as Sites of Activist Practice. Southeastern College Arts Conference. Birmingham, Alabama.

2014. Artworks + Networks: Materializing Connectivity in Art Historical Research at the Southeastern College Arts Conference, Sarasota, Florida. Co-Chaired with Miriam Kienle (UIUC) Lauren Applebaum (UIUC).

2013. Contemporary Art Practices and Audience Engagement: An Institutional Perspective at the Southeastern College Arts Conference, Greensboro, North Carolina. Co-Chaired with Tami Miller (Krasl Arts Center). 

INVITED LECTURES
2018. “Världen är liten/The World is Small. Modern Swedish and Swedish American Works in the Augustana Teaching Museum of Art Collections, 1850-1950.” Frieze Lecture Series. Augustana College/Rock Island Public Library.

2018. “Paris Moderns, 1850-1950.” A four-part lecture class to coincide with the exhibition French Moderns: Monet to Matisse, 1850-1950, Figge Art Museum.

2016. “Una Macchiaiola, Giulia Bandini? A Feminist Look at the Macchiaioli,” TeaTalks – Women’s and Gender Studies Lecture Series, Augustana Collage, Rock Island, Illinois.

2014. “Telemaco Signorini, a Parisian-Tuscan Conduit,” ArtsCanisius Meet-the-Faculty Series, Canisius College, Buffalo, New York

2013. “Degas’ Vingt dessins: a Retrospective-Reproduction,” Sr. Jeanne File Memorial Lecture Series, Daemen College, Buffalo, New York 

2011. “Miracle Whip, Purses and Human Rights: Contemporary Art and Advertising,” Krasl Art Center, St. Joseph, Michigan
    
2010. “Turkey Buzzards and Cotton: New Orleans, Degas and the Process of Art-Making,” Nicholls State University, Art Department, Thibodaux, Louisiana

SELECTED AWARDS AND GRANTS
2018. Participant, National Endowment for the Humanities/Newberry Library. 2018 Summer Institute, “Art and Public Culture in Chicago”

2018. Participant, NextGen 2018, Getty Leadership Institute, Claremont Graduate University

2017. Grant writer and principal investigator, Carol Hummel @ Augustana (#YarnBombQC). National Endowment for the Arts, Art Works, Spring 2017. 

2014. Participant, Rebuilding the Portfolio: DH for Art Historians, Roy Rosenzweig Center for History in New Media, George Mason University, supported by the Getty Foundation

2013. Participant, NEH/American Academy in Rome Summer Seminar, “Italy in the Age of the Risorgimento – New Perspectives”

2010-2012. ACM/Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow in Modern and Contemporary Art

2009-2010. Fulbright Alternate to Italy, Institute of International Education

February 2009. Visiting Scholar, American Academy in Rome

SELECTED SERVICE
Profession    
2018-2020. Southeastern College Arts Conference, Board of Directors, Member-at-Large

2017. AAM LGBTQ Welcoming Guidelines, regional convening at the Figge Art Museum, organizer. 

2016-Present. Illinois Women’s Artists Project, Advisory Board Member

2016-19. Editorial Board Member of Collections: A Journal for Museum and Archives Professionals

2016. Juror, Michiana Annual Art Contest, Box Factory for the Arts. St. Joseph, MI

2014. Editor-at-Large for Digital Humanities Now (www.digitalhumanitiesnow.org)

2013. Presentation to the Spring ACM/Mellon Fellows workshop on life after the ACM/Mellon Postdoc

2011. Jury for ArtLab submissions, Krasl Art Center, St. Joseph, MI

University/College
2015-2016. Augustana College Comprehensive Learning Portfolio Pilot Project – Mentor

2015-2018. Augustana Women & Gender Studies Advisory Board – Member 

Spring 2014 (Canisius); Spring 2015 (Augustana/Figge). Organize and direct a production of Eve Ensler’s Any One of Us: Words from Prison

Spring 2014. Organize and host a lecture by Dr. David I. Kertzer (Brown University) on his book The Pope and Mussolini: The Secret History of Pius XI and the Rise of Fascism in Europe 

Community
2017. Quad City Arts, Festival of Trees, Judge

2016-Present. Professional Advisory Board, Friends of Hauberg Civic Center

2016-Present. Creative Arts Academy of the Quad Cities, Advisory Board

2016. Judge, Beaux Arts Fair - Spring

2015-Present. Quad Cities Museum Week, Planning Committee. 

2014. Crisis Services of Erie County Hospital Advocate/NYS Certified Rape Crisis Counselor, 
Buffalo, New York

2014. Friends of Night People volunteer, Buffalo, New York

2011-12. AniMeals volunteer, Cedar Rapids, Iowa

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS
College Art Association
American Alliance of Museums
Association of Midwest Museums
Association of Academic Museums and Galleries
Southeastern College Arts Conference
    
LANGUAGES    
French – Literate and Conversant
German – Literate    
Italian – Literate

COURSES TAUGHT
Paris and the Art of Urban Life (Canisius Honors Program/Online)
Topics in Art History –The Macchiaioli
Art History Senior Seminar
Art, Beauty and Terror in the 20th Century
Introduction to Art History II
Late Modern/Contemporary Art
Topics in Art History: Installations and Exhibitions in Contemporary Art
Introduction to Nineteenth-Century Art
Topics in Art History: World Impressionism
Early 20th-Century Art
History of Photography
Contemporary Art
Introduction to Renaissance Art

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Photographing Museum Collections (International Preservation Studies Center, June 2017)
Emergency Preparedness, Response, and Recovery (International Preservation Studies Center, August 2017)
Constructing Affordable Storage Mounts and Supports (International Preservation Studies Center, September 2017)