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MemberGILLIAN MCIVER

…Art History for Filmmakers, Bloomsbury Academic /Fairchild Books, 2016

Twixt, Collected Critical Writing on Art, Nant Press 2012…

Author, Art History for Filmmakers (Bloomsbury 2016) | Researcher and TECHNE Fellow, Art History and Cinema Studies | Centre for Research in Film and Audiovisual Cultures | Dept Media, Culture & Language | University of Roehampton | London

MemberSam Rose

…odernism (Penn State, 2019)

 

Articles

 

‘The Fear of Aesthetics in Art and Literary Theory’, New Literary History 48 (Spring 2017): 223-244

 

‘Close Looking and Conviction’, Art History 40 (February 2017): 156-177

 

‘The Significance of Form’, Nonsite 20 (January 2017)

 

‘“With an Almost Pathetic Fatality Doing What is Right”: Late Sickert and his Critics…

Lecturer in Art History at University of St Andrews. Working on modernism, aesthetics, and modern art in Britain. 

MemberFelicia Else

…Professor Of Art History…
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Ph. D. in Art History, Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, 2003
Dissertation:  “Water and Stone:  Ammannati’s Neptune Fountain as Public Ornament”
Advisor:  William E. Wallace
M. A. in Art History, Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, 1994 
B. A. in Art History with Foreign Language Concentration, University of Dallas, Irving, Texas
1992

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Felicia Else is a Professor of Art History in the Department of Art and Art History at Gettysburg College, PA. Her research specialities include 16th-century Granducal Florence, especially public sculpture as well as interdisciplinary studies on water, art, natural history and festivals. She has published on the work of Bartolomeo Ammannati and his Neptune Fountain in Florence.

MemberMegan Driscoll

…PhD, art history…

PhD Art History, UCLA: June, 2018.
MA Art History, UCLA: June, 2013.
BA Art, Reed College: May, 2006.

I am a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts (CASVA) at the National Gallery of Art, supporting initiatives in African American art history. I recently received my PhD in art history from UCLA, specializing in modern and contemporary art and African American art, and I have a certificate in digital humanities.