Survey Courses

Introduction to Art History: Prehistory to 1400 (global survey)

    • Eastern Connecticut State University, Art & Art History 211, Fall 2017–Fall 2019
    • Western surveys also taught at Temple University (Fall 2016, as “Art Heritage of the Western World I”) and Moore College of Art & Design (Fall 2015 and Spring 2016, as “Convention, Canon, Sign”)

Introduction to Art History: 1400 to the Present (global survey)

    • Eastern Connecticut State University, Art & Art History 212, Spring 2018–Spring 2019

Electives

Medieval Art & Architecture

    • Eastern Connecticut State University, Art & Art History 229, Fall 2019
    • Also taught at Bryn Mawr College (Spring 2017) and Saint Joseph’s University (Spring 2016, as “Early Christian and Medieval Art”)

Islamic Art

    • Eastern Connecticut State University, Art & Art History 371, Fall 2018–Spring 2020

Women and the Visual Arts

    • Eastern Connecticut State University, Art & Art History / Women’s and Gender Studies 355, Spring 2018–Spring 2020
    • Also taught at Saint Joseph’s University (Spring 2016, as “Women, Gender, and Art”)

Every People Under Heaven: Art in the Age of the Crusades

    • Temple University, Art History 2200, Fall 2016

First Year Program Courses

Introduction to Art & Art History

    • Eastern Connecticut State University, FYI 100, Fall 2018–Fall 2019; for Art & Art History majors

Seminars

Medievalisms from the Eighteenth Century to the Present

    • Eastern Connecticut State University, Art & Art History 340, Fall 2017; writing intensive

Discovering Medieval Manuscripts

    • Bryn Mawr College, History of Art 311, Spring 2017

Senior Thesis and Independent Study Supervision

Zi Yi Huang, “Japanese Female Artists and the Female Body” (Senior Thesis, Fall 2019)

Morgan Bibbins, “Black Contemporary Post-Colonial Representations of Sexual Violence Addressing Audience Culpability” (Senior Thesis, Spring 2019)

Sarah Covino, “A History of Printmaking” (Independent Study, Spring 2019)

Dylan Waddington, “Children in Renaissance Art” (Independent Study, Fall 2017)

Emma Folsom, “Finding Beauty in the Current” (second reader, Senior Thesis in Women’s and Gender Studies, Fall 2017)