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Hannah Abdullah hannah_abdullah@icloud.com
German art and culture post-1945 and contemporary German art

Esra Akcan eakcan@uic.edu
Associate Professor, UIC
German-Turkish exchanges in architecture; contemporary architectural theory

Samuel Albert sdalbert@aol.com
Central European/Hapsburg modern architecture and urbanism

Anthony Alofsin alofsin@austin.utexas.edu
Roland Roessner Centennial Professor of Architecture, University of Texas at Austin
19th & 20th c. Central European architecture

Nina Amstutz namstutz@uoregon.edu
Assistant Professor, University of Oregon
German art of the 18th to the early 20th centuries, especially Romanticism

Stanford Anderson Soa@mit.edu
Dept. of Architecture, MIT, 77 Massachusetts Ave., Room 7-337, Cambridge, MA 02139
German and Austrian architecture 1890-1940

Jenny Anger anger@grinnell.edu
Dept. of Art, Grinnell College, 1108 Park St., Grinnell, IA 52240
20th c. German art/theory

James H. Arthur jarthur.consult@verizon.net
Max Beckmann, German art 1900-1914

Ayres, Sara ayressara@hotmail.com
Kingston University (UK)
early twentieth-century Viennese painting and interiors

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Vivian Endicott Barnett Vbarnett@att.net
Freelance Curator
Kandinsky; Blaue Reiter; Blue Four

Stephanie Barron Sbarron@lacma.org
Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 5905 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90036
German art, 1920s-1930s

Brigid Barton Brigidbarton@compuserve.com
Santa Clara University, 2081 Webster Street, Palo Alto, CA 94301
19th-20th c. German painting, especially Neue Sachlichkeit

Lin Barton lin.barton@gmail.com
Independent Scholar

Priyanka Basu pbasu1@gmail.com
Art History, Humanities Division, University of Minnesota, Morris
19th- and 20th-century German Art, History of Art History, Aesthetic Theory, Applied Arts

Anja Baumhoff anja.baumhoff@hs-hannover.de
History of Art and Design at Hochschule Hannover
Art-, design and cultural history of 19th and 20th c. Germany; Bauhaus; gender history and theory

Jennifer Beetem jenniferbeetem@gmail.com
Univ. of Washington-Seattle works on paper, prints, Kunstzeitschrifta late 19th-early 20th c. in German-speaking countries

Shulamith Behr shulamith.behr@courtauld.ac.uk
Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London, Somerset House, Strand, London WC2R ORN, United Kingdom
German 20th c.& Scandinavian modernism

Gretchen Bender ghb1@pitt.edu

Timothy Benson tbenson@lacma.org
Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Robert Gore Rifkind Center for German Expressionist Studies, 5905 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles CA 90036
German, Czech, Hungarian and Polish modernism 1900-1930

Benjamin Benus bmbenus@loyno.edu
Loyola University New Orleans
Modern Art in Germany and Central Europe

Joyce Berczik Corbett joyce.corbett@yahoo.com

Patricia Berman Pberman@wellesley.edu
Department of Art, Wellesley College, Wellesley, Mass. 02181
Scandinavia, especially Norway, U.S. and Germany, especially turn-of-century

Margaret B. Betz margybb@yahoo.com
Savanah College of Art & Design, 125 Arnold Hall, 1810 Bull Street, PO Box 3146, Savannah, GA 31402-3146
Russian and Polish Art, 19th and 20th c. & spirituality

Ann Vollman Bible Avbible@mit.edu
MIT
German modernism

Susanneh Bieber bieber@tamu.edu
College of Architecture, Texas A&M University
Modern and contemporary art and architecture; artistic exchanges between the US and Germany; museum studies, visual and material culture

Rosemarie Bletter rbletter@gc.cuny.edu
Ph.D. Program in Art History, City University Graduate Center
365 Fifth Ave., New York, New York 10016-4309
Early 20th c. German architecture and design; Spanish turn of the century and American 20th c.

Sara Blaylock blaylock@ucsc.edu
University of California, Santa Cruz
art, film and visual culture from the GDR, 1980s GDR counterculture, 20th-century German and European art and film, post-socialism in contemporary art and theory

Frances Blythe frances.blythe@ed.ac.uk
Ph.D. Candidate, University of Edinburgh,
Twentieth-century German art, architecture & literature; national identity & belonging; landscape in German history; Romanticism & its resonances

Oliver Botar Obotar@cc.umanitoba.ca
University of Manitoba, 190 Lenore St.
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada R3G 2C5
Biocentric theories of art; early 20th c. avant-garde culture

Annie Bourneuf abourn@artic.edu
School of the Art Institute of Chicago
German Modernism, Dada, August Sander, Paul Klee, media history and theory of art

Kathryn Brush kbrush@uwo.ca
Department of Visual Arts, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, CANADA, N6A 587
German medieval art and architecture; historiography

Anna Brzyski anna.brzyski@uky.edu
Department of Art, University of Kentucky, 207 Fine Arts Building, Lexington, KY 40506-0022
Polish 19th & early 20th c. artworld; discourse & institutional analysis; nationalism & modernism; value in art & art history

Barbara C. Buenger
University of Wisconsin – Madison
Modern European, German, & Italian Art, 19th centuries-present; Max Beckmann; Beckmann in Berlin, 1933-1937; Modernism, Fascism, Totalitarianism in Art; German Expressionist Prints; World War I in Modern Art and Material Culture

Nora Butkovich

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Jean Marie Carey jeanmarie.carey@gmail.com
University of Otago, New Zealand
German modernism, Expressionism (Der Blaue Reiter, Franz Marc, August Macke, Animal Studies), 20th century Art; The History of Art History

Bradley Cavallo tuc70074@temple.edu
Temple University
Early Modern sexual aesthetics, Materiality

Peter Chametzky Pchamet@gmail.com
School of Visual Art and Design, University of South Carolina, 1615 Senate Street, Columbia, SC 29208

Peter Christensen peter.christensen@rochester.edu
Assistant Professor in the Department of Art and Art History, University of Rochester
Architectural History of Germany and Ottoman Empire, Critical Digital Humanities 

Jay Clarke jclarke@artic.edu
Dept. of Prints & Drawings, Art Institute of Chicago, 111 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago, IL 60603
19th & 20th c. German & Norwegian art

MaryKate Cleary marykatecleary@gmail.com
New York University
20th century German art and architecture; cultural and national identity; art in the Nazi-era; exiles studies; History of Collection; the historic art market

John Collins
National Gallery of Canada
Mailing address: 380 Sussex Drive, POB 427, Station A, Ottawa, Ontario K1N 9N4, Canada

Shannon Connelly connelly.shannon@gmail.com
Lebanese American University
Dada, Neue Sachlichkeit, Regionalism and Transatlantic Visual Cultures

Andrea Crane agcrane@aol.com
Senior Specialist, Phillips, de Pury & Luxembourg, 60 Gramercy Park North, New York, NY 10010

Elizabeth Cronin elizabethcronin@nypl.org
Photography Collection, New York Public Library
Austrian and German Photography

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Stephanie D’Alessandro sdales@artic.edu
Art Institute of Chicago, 111 South Michigan Ave., Chicago, IL 60603
19th & 20th c. German art

Caitlin Dalton cdalton@bu.edu
Boston University
Twentieth-Century German Print Culture

Jessica Davis jessildavis@gmail.com
Adjunct Instructor of Art History, Tech Art History Society, Texas
Interwar period in France and Germany

Marion Deshmukh mdeshmuk@gmu.edu
Dept of History and Art History, George Mason University, 3G1, Fairfax, VA 22030
German Impressionism; Max Lieberman; post-1945 arts policies

Marco Di Nallo marcodinallo@gmail.com

Dorothea Dietrich Dorodtrich@aol.com
20th c. Germany; especially Weimar & 1960s

Marina Dmitrieva-Einhorn dmitriev@rz.uni-leipzig.de
Center for History & Culture of East Central Europe, Leipzig, Germany
modern art in Central & Eastern Europe; Renaissance in Central Europe

Elizabeth Doe ewd4nt@virginia.edu
PhD Student, University of Virginia
19th and early 2oth-century French, American, and Scandinavian art

Charlotte Douglas douglas@nyu.edu
New York Universary, 125 St. Marks Place, Staten Island, NY 10301
Late 19th and early 20th century Russian and E. European art; Modernism; Textiles; History of science and technology; World War I; British-Russian connections; Outer space.

Magdalena Droste Schwarzk@tu-cottbus.de
LS Kunstgeschichte, Postfach 101344, 03013 Cottbus, GERMANY
Bauhaus; design history; gender studies; 19th & 20th c. art

Erin Dusza edusza@indiana.edu
PhD Student, Indiana University,
Czech Art, late 19th century-early 20th century, art nouveau, folk art, identity, nationalism, worlds fair pavilions.

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Sabine Eckmann eckmann@wustl.edu
Director of the Mildred Lane Kemper Museum at Washington University in St. Louis
modern and contemporary German art, art and politics, new media, art theory

April Eisman EismanA@iastate.edu
Iowa State University, College of Design, Ames, IA 50010
East German (GDR) painting and its reception; art & politics since 1945

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Daniela Fabricus dfabricus@earthlink.net

Michelle Facos Mfacos@indiana.edu
Indiana University, Dept. of Art History, FA 132, Bloomington, IN 47405
19th & 20th c. Sweden and Germany; cultural identity; Symbolism

Lisa de la Mare Farber Lfaber@pace.edu
Pace University
Renaissance & Reformation in Northern Europe

Lori Felton foolandmoney@yahoo.com
Bryn Mawr
German and Austrian modernist art

Eva Forgacs eforgacs@artcenter.edu
Art Center College of Design, Pasadena
Central European & Russian Avant-Garde; contemporary art

Françoise Forster-Hahnn francoise.forster@ucr.edu
Distinguished Professor Emerita, Department of the History of Art University of California, Riverside, CA
German & European cultural history

Peter H. Fox phfox@princeton.edu
Princeton University
Art, Architecture and Design, 1880-1945

Jamie Fredrick tug14265@temple.edu
Temple University
German Expressionist Painting

Susan Funkenstein s.funkenstein@yahoo.com
University of Pittsburgh
Weimar visual culture; dance history; gender studies

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Gediminas Gasparavicius ggasparavicius@uakron.edu
Myers School of Art, University of Akron, 150 E. Exchange St., Akron, OH 44325-7801
East European art, participatory and performance art, art and politics

Curt Germundson curt.germundson@mnsu.edu
Minnesota State Univ at Mankato, Art Dept.
Modern art; Dada; Constructivism

Lauren Graber nemeton@umich.edu
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
modern and contemporary art; German art and politics; sound art

Kerry Greaves lapaix0509@gmail.com
Postdoctoral Research Fellow,  Dept. of Arts and Cultural Studies, University of Copenhagen
Scandinavia, modernisms, exhibitions, collectives

Cordula Grewe

Beverly K. Grindstaff Beverly.Grindstaff@sjsu.edu
Associate Professor, School of Art and Design, San José State University, One Washington Square, ART 116 San Jose, CA 95192-0089
19th & 20th c. design history, art history & critical theory

Tomasz Grusiecki tomaszgrusiecki@gmail.com
EMS Junior Research Fellow, Central European University
16th & 17th c. central European art; global art histories; cultural entanglement; art history from below; early modern power dynamics; centers & peripheries; European perceptions of the wider world; urban culture

Ksenya Gurshtein ksenya@gmail.com
2015-6 NEH Fellow

Andrea Gyorody AGYORODY@LACMA.ORG
Curatorial Assistant, Robert Gore Rifkind Center for German Expressionist Studies, LACMA
Postwar German art

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Amy Kelly Hamlin akhamlin@stkate.edu
St. Catherine University
Twentieth-Century German and American art and visual culture, historiography, contemporary critical theory, and Max Beckmann

Jack Hartnellj.hartnell@uea.ac.uk
Ph.D. Lecturer in Art History, University of East Anglia, UK
Medieval art, visual culture, and medical history

Freyja Hartzell Freyja.hartzell@yale.edu
Yale University
19th and 20th century European art and architecture; late 19th and early 20th century German applied arts

Charles Haxthausen chaxthau@williams.edu
Williams College, 441 Hopper Road, Williamstown, MA 01267-3133
20th c. German art, criticism, and theory

Jürgen Heinrichs heinriju@shu.edu
Seton Hall University, Art and Music, 400 South Orange Ave, South Orange, NJ 07079
Modern and contemporary German and American art and visual culture; African American art

Reinhold Heller Rheller@midway.uchicago.edu
University of Chicago (Emeritus)
German and Scandinavian art, 19th & 20th c.

Rachel Herschman Rachel.Herschman@gmail.com
Curatorial Assistant, NYU, Institute for the Study of the Ancient World
Weimar, Third Reich (Contemporary & Ancient Exhibitions)

Christiane Hertel

Vendula Hnidkova

Keith Holz dk-holz@wiu.edu
Western Illinois University
German art in Germany, France, CSR, England, 1890s-1960s; exile from Nazi Germany; critical theory; Holocaust commemoration

Rebecca Houze rhouze@niu.edu
Northern Illinois University
19th & 20th c.; Vienna; history of design & decorative arts

Ivana Horacek ivhoracek@gmail.com
University of British Columbia
Collecting, Rudolf II, gifts

Karla Huebner karlahuebner@compuserve.com
University of Pittsburgh
European Modernism, Czech Surrealism and avant-garde,

Stephanie Lebas Huber stephanielebashuber@gmail.com
Student, CUNY Graduate Center

 

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Toshino Iguchi iguchi@post.saitama-u.ac.jp
Saitama University, Faculty of Liberal Arts
Hungarian and Czech avant garde art and design, interwar period

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Michael James mjames9@binghamton.edu
Ph.D. student, Binghamton University
Danish Golden Age painting, Scandinavian landscape art

Rachel Jans rmjans@gmail.com
Assistant Curator, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
Postwar German art

Adam Jasienski amjasienski@gmail.com
Department of History of Art & Architecture, Harvard University
Habsburg studies, portraiture, perceptions of Ottoman culture, Spain & Latin America in the Golden Age

Cara Jordan cara.jordan@gmail.com
Provost’s Fellow, Center for the Humanities, City University of New York Graduate Center
www.carajordan.com
Joseph Beuys, postwar German art

Sharon Jordan sharonleejordan@hotmail.com
Lehman College, City University of New York
German and Austrian Expressionism, 20th Century German art, Nietzsche

Frauke Verena Josenhans frauke.josenhans@yale.edu
Assistant Curator of Modern & Contemporary Art, Yale University Art Gallery
19th & early 20th-century German art; landscape painting; Expressionism; Société Anonyme Collection; cultural transfer between Germany and the USA

Anna Jozefacka jozefacka.anna@gmail.com
Hunter College, City University of New York
19th to 21st-century art, architecture and urban design in Poland and other countries in Central and Eastern Europe

Jacqueline Jung jacqueline.jung@yale.edu
Associate Professor, Yale University
Gothic art and architecture, medieval religion and liturgy

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Jennifer Katanic jkatanic@gc.cuny.edu
CUNY Grad. Center
Early Czech modernism

Katrina Katzenbach KKatzenbach@hotmail.com
German Art History, modernism, Performance Art History, Intellectual History

Klara Kemp-Welch klarakw@hotmail.com
Lecturer, Courtauld Institute of Art
Central European Modern and Contemporary Art

Dara Kiese darakiese@gmail.com
Parsons School of Design
Bauhaus, modern design and architecture history

Lidia Klein lk83@duke.edu
Duke University
Architecture

Adrienne Kochman adriennekochman@sbcglobal.net
Indiana University NW
19th-20th c. Germany; Russian Empire; Ukraine

Raphael Koenig koenig@fas.harvard.edu
Ph.D. candidate, Comp. Lit., Harvard University
French, German, and Yiddish Modernism (Literature, Visual Culture, Art History)

Genevra Kornbluthgkornblu@morocz.com
Kornbluth Photography
early Medieval art, esp. Merovingian and Carolingian

Juliet Koss juliet.koss@scrippscollege.edu
Scripps College, 1030 Columbia Ave, Claremont, CA 91711
Modern European art, architecture, and aesthetic theory, with an emphasis on Germany and the USSR

Max Koss maxkoss@uchicago.edu
PhD candidate, University of Chicago
German and European 19th and 20th century art and design, magazine history, histories of collecting and display

Irena Kossowska irena.kossowska@gmail.com
Copernicus University in Torun, Poland
19th and 20th century art, art theory and criticism

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Karen Lang Karen.Lang@warwick.ac.uk
University of Warwick, UK
German modernism; historiography; aesthetic theory

Carolyn Loeb loeb@msu.edu
Residential College in the Arts and Humanities, Michigan State University
Berlin redevelopment, civic space, public art, and housing

Sebastian Löwe sebastian.loewe@googlemail.com
aesthetic theory, art theory, kitsch theory, discourse theory and analysis, aesthetics and politics, realism in the arts

Rose-Carol Washton Long Rlong@gc.cuny.edu or rcwlong@aol.edu
CUNY Graduate Center
http://web.gc.cuny.edu/dept/arthi/faculty/long.html
late 19th – 20th c. German; Russian Central European visual culture, esp. Weimar

Megan Luke mluke@usc.edu
Associate Professor, Art History, University of Southern California
modern German art, architecture, and intellectual history

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John V. Maciuika john_maciuika@baruch.cuny.edu
Baruch College, CUNY, Department of Fine and Performing Arts
Modern architecture and cultural identity; urbanism; German history. Geographic Focus: Germany, Austria, Lithuania, as well as Central & Eastern Europe in general

Daniel Magilow dmagilow@utk.edu
University of Tennessee (Knoxville)
History of Photography; Weimar Germany; Holocaust Studies; German-Jewish Studies; Film/Cinema Studies.

Luise Mahler luise.mahler80@myhunter.cuny.edu
Hunter College, City University of New York
19th to 21st century art and visual culture, with a concentration on Germany and Central and Eastern Europe

Emily Gunzburger Makas emakas@uncc.edu
College of Architecture, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Central Europe/Balkans, nationalism. Bosnia-Herzegovina, urban history, architecture

Maria Makela mmakela@cca.edu
California College of the Arts, Visual Studies; 5212 Broadway, Oakland, CA 94618
Modern German Culture

Catharina Manchanda catharinam@seattleartmuseum.org
Jon & Mary Shirley Curator of Modern & Contemporary Art, Seattle Art Museum
modern and contemporary art

Steven Mansbach mansbach@umd.edu
Dept. of Art History & Archaeology, 1211D Art/Sociology
University of Maryland, College Park, MD 24742
Central European modern art, Baltic to Balkans

Joanna Matuszak jmatusza@indiana.edu
Indiana University, Bloomington, IN
20th century Russian art, Central and Eastern European Art, women’s art, feminist art

Erin Sullivan Maynes emaynes@lacma.org 
Assistant Curator, Rifkind Center for German Expressionist Studies
Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)
print culture of German inflation and Notgeld, Weimar-era prints and works on paper, German prints and print culture

Barbara McCloskey bmcc@pitt.edu
University of Pittsburgh, 104 Frick Fine Arts, Pittsburgh, PA 15620
German 20th c. art and politics; exile studies

Linda McGreevy lmcgreev@odu.edu
Old Dominion University
http://www.odu.edu/al/arthistory/Linda/Linda.html
Critical Realism; Otto Dix; Käthe Kollwitz

Thor Mednick

Christine Mehring mehring@uchicago.edu
University of Chicago
20th century German and European art

Wallis Miller wmiller@uky.edu
Charles P. Graves Associate Professor
University of Kentucky, School of Architecture
Germany, 1750-present, exhibitions

Allison Morehead morehead@queensu.ca
Associate Professor
Queen’s University
Scandinavian modernisms; art and medicine; critical gender and race studies

Amanda Morrow amorrow.1992@gmail.com
Student, Pratt Institute/Columbia University
18th-20th Century German and Austrian Architecture, Design, and Decorative Arts

Marsha Morton Mortonmarsha10@gmail.com
Pratt Institute, New York
19th c. German

Eleanor F. Moseman Eleanor.Moseman@colostate.edu
Colorado State University, Dept. of Art, Fort Collins, Co 80523
Early 20th Cent. Expressionism and Cubism in Central Europe

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Eelco Nagelsmit ednagelsmit@hotmail.com
University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Religious art and architecture in early modern Germany, France, Low Countries

Morgan Ng morganng@gmail.com
Ph.D. candidate, Harvard University
Early modern art, Early modern architecture

Kristine Nielsen knielsen@uchicago.edu
Ph.D. candidate, University of Chicago
modern/contemporary European & American art; historiography & theory; iconoclasm

Peter Nisbet peter.nisbet@unc.edu
Chief Curator, Ackland Art Museum
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Sydney Jane Norton sydnorton@gmail.com
Saint Louis University
Post-1945 German, Austrian, and Swiss art, German Expressionism, Performing and Visual Arts, 1914-present

Irene Noy irene.noy@courtauld.ac.uk
The Courtauld Institute of Art
Modern and contemporary art, sound art, gender, post WWII German art

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Bibi Obler bobler@gwu.edu
Dept. of Fine Arts & Art History, George Washington University
Dada and Expressionism; applied arts; feminist theory

Kelli Olgren-Leblond woodsprite331@yahoo.com
University of Southern California, Art Dept. (Ph.D. Candidate)
19th & 20th c. German art & architecture

Claire Orenduff-Bartos lco4@hotmail.com
Ph.D. candidate, CUNY Graduate Center
Polish modernism; symbolist painting and sculpture in Central Europe

Elizabeth Otto eotto@buffalo.edu
Department of Art History, SUNY Buffalo, 601 Clemens Hall, Buffalo, NY 14260
Central European art and media culture; gender; photomontage; Bauhaus.

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Miriam Paeslack paeslack@buffalo.edu
Visual Studies Department, The University at Buffalo, SUNY
19th & 20th c. photography, theory, methodology

MaryClair Pappas pappasma@indiana.edu
PhD Student, Department of Art History, Indiana University
Scandinavian Art and German Art at the fin-de-siecle

Paul Paret paul.paret@utah.edu
Dept. of Art & Art History, University of Utah, 375 S 1530 E., Rm. 161, Salt Lake City, UT 84112-0380
20th c. art; history of sculpture; Weimar Germany

Bissera V. Pentcheva bissera@stanford.edu
Associate Professor, Stanford University
Byzantine, Western, Islamic Medieval Art; music, acoustics, phenomenology

Dorothy Rowe Price d.price@bristol.ac.uk
University of Bristol, UK
Modern German Art; German Expressionism; Weimar culture; Neue Sachlichkeit; German avant-gardes; women artists and photographers

Emily Pugh emily@emilypugh.com
The Getty Research Institute
Wall-era Berlin, postwar architecture and urban planning, architecture in visual media, digital technologies in art historical research and publications

Bart Pushaw bcpushaw@gmail.com
University of Maryland
19th and 20th-century Nordic and Baltic Art, global art history

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Diane Radycki dradycki@moravian.edu
Associate Professor and Director of Payne Galllery, Moravian College, Bethlehem, Pa. 18018
Author, Paula Modersohn-Becker: The First Modern Woman Artist, Yale Univ. Press, 2013.

Jeannette Redensek jredensek@aol.com
The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation, 88 Beacon Road, Bethany, CT 06524
German architecture & urbanism

Morgan Ridler morgan.ridler@gmail.com
CUNY Graduate Center
Bauhaus, Mural and Wall Painting, Modern Architecture

Vanessa Rocco v.rocco@snhu.edu
Assistant Professor of Art History—Modern and Contemporary; Dept of Humanities and Fine Arts; Southern New Hampshire University; 2500 North River Road, Manchester NH 03106
European photography and exhibition culture

Katherine Rochester katherine.rochester@gmail.com
Affiliated Fellow, Seminar für Filmwissenschaft, Freie Universität, Berlin, Germany
German modernism, Weimar studies, experimental animation, contemporary art, film

Nicoletta Rousseva nicoletta.rousseva@gmail.com
Independant scholar
20th Century art in Eastern Europe, performance art and film in the former
Yugoslavia

Allison Rudnick arudnick@gradcenter.cuny.edu
CUNY Graduate Center
Postwar German art

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Jeffrey Saletnik saletnik@indiana.edu
Indiana University
European modernism, visual culture of the interwar years, exchange between Europe and North America

Erin Eckhold Sassin esassin@middlebury.edu
Assistant Professor
Department of the History of Art and Architecture, Middlebury College,
housing, social reform, gender

Nicholas Sawicki nis408@lehigh.edu
Department of Art, Architecture and Design, Lehigh University
European modernism; 19th and 20th c. Czech and Czechoslovak art

Tamara Schenkenberg tschenkenberg@pulitzerarts.org
Associate Curator, Pulitzer Arts Foundation
Early Twentieth-Century German Art

Corine Schleif cschleif@asu.edu
Arizona State University

Kristin Schroeder kristin.schroeder@gmail.com
PhD candidate, University of Michigan
Weimar painting, Fashion, and Architecture

Rainer Schützeichel rainer.schuetzeichel@gta.arch.ethz.ch
Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich
German architectural theory (19th and early 20th century), traditionalist architecture

Robin Schuldenfrei robin.schuldenfrei@gmail.com
The Courtauld Institute of Art
19th and 20th c. German architecture and design

Julia Secklehner julia.secklehner@courtauld.ac.uk
Courtauld Institute of Art
art history/visual culture

Hannah Shaw hannah.shaw@rutgers.edu
PhD candidate, Rutgers University
August Sander, History of Photography

Niccola Shearman niccola.shearman@courtauld.ac.uk
Courtauld Institute, London (PhD candidate)
German art of the early 20th century

Svitlana Shiells svitlanavfs@gmail.com
George Mason University
Gustav Klimt

Sherwin Simmons ssimmons@uoregon.edu
Professor Emeritus of Art History, University of Oregon
20th-Century German art and design history

Suzanna B. Simor suzanna.simor@gmail.com
Associate Professor, Queens College/CUNY
late middle ages, early modern iconography, Central European art and culture

Øystein Sjåstad oystein.sjastad@IFIKK.UIO.NOAssociate Professor in Art History, Department of Philosophy, Classics, History of Art and Ideas, University of Oslo
European painting 1860-1900, Christian Krohg, Semiotics, and Comics

Kimberly Smith smithk@southwestern.edu
Southwestern University, P.O. Box 770, Georgetown, TX 78627-0770
Early 20th c. Central European art; history of art history; Expressionism

Pepper Stetler stetlep@miamioh.edu
Assistant Professor, Miami University
Early twentieth-century German visual culture

Paul Stirton stirton@bgc.bard.edu
Associate Professor, Bard Graduate Center New York
Hungarian and Central European art and design, c. 1850-1970

Eleanor Stoltzfus eleanor.stoltzfus@gmail.com
Ph.D. Candidate, University of Maryland
Central and Eastern European Art in the Twentieth-Century, Photography, Soviet Avant-Garde Theater

Elizabeth Doe Stone ewd4nt@virginia.edu
PhD candidate, University of Virginia

Adrian Sudhalter Sudhalter@nyu.edu
Early 20c modern art, Dada, Bauhaus, modernism’s infrastructure

Andrzej Szczerski szczersk@uj.edu.pl
Institute of Art History, Jagiellon University, Krakow, Poland
Arts & Crafts Movement in Central Europe; modernism in Central Europe(art, design, and architecture); Polish art after 1945

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Gregor Taul gregortaul@gmail.com
PhD Candidate, Lisbon Consortium
architecture and cultural identity, postwar architecture and urban planning, 20th-century Baltic art, mural and wall painting, art theory and criticism

Nathan Timpano ntimpano@miami.edu
Assistant Professor of Art History, University of Miami
19th and 20th c. European art; German and Austrian symbolism & expressionism

Jordan Troeller jordantroeller@fas.harvard.edu
Doctoral Student, Harvard University
Bauhaus, Central European and Russian avant-gardes in Germany

Vanessa Troiano vstroiano@gmail.com
Enhanced Chancellor’s Fellow, CUNY Graduate Center
Modern and Contemporary German and Austrian Art

Joyce Tsai joyce-tsai@uiowa.edu
Clinical Associate Professor of Art Education, College of Education, University of Iowa
Curator, University of Iowa Museum of Art

Jasmina Tumbas jasminatumbas@gmail.com
Assistant Professor, Department of Art, University at Buffalo SUNY
East European experimental art after 1945; histories and theories of performance, body and conceptual art; Contemporary Roma art; art and activism; feminism and art; modern and contemporary art and theory; politics of contemporary visual culture; critical theory

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James Van Dyke vandykeJ@missouri.edu
University of Missouri-Columbia, Department of Art History & Archaeology
109 Pickard Hall
Columbia, MO 65211-1420
Tel. 573-882-9532 Fax. 573-884-5269
New Objectivity; art in the Third Reich; Holocaust representation in German art; Weimar academies; Third Reich historic preservation

Brett Van Hoesen

M. Elena Versari meversari@gmail.com
Carnegie Mellon University
Futurism, the international avant-garde, internationalism and nationalism in the arts, totalitarian aesthetics, architecture, design and conservation

Ilka Voermann ilka_voermann@harvard.edu
Renke B. and Pamela M. Thye Fellow, Busch-Reisinger Museum, Harvard University
Twentieth- and Twentyfirst-Century Art, Postwar German Art

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Christy Wahl cawahl@wisc.edu
German Modernism

Lucy Wasensteiner lucy.wasensteiner@courtauld.ac.uk
PhD Candidate, Courtauld Institute of Art
Late 19th and early 20th Century German Art; the ‘Degenerate Art’ campaign and international responses to it

Dora Wiebenson centropa@rcn.com
Editor-in-Chief, Centropa
Central European architecture & related arts

Robert Wiesenberger robert.wiesenberger@columbia.edu
Critic/Ph.D. Candidate, Yale School of Art/Columbia University
Interior German Art, Design, Architecture (Bauhaus), Postwar American Modernism

Gregory Williams ghw@bu.edu
Associate Professor
History of Art & Architecture, Boston University German art since 1940, contemporary art and theory

Isabel Wünsche i.wunsche@jacobs-university.de
School of Humanities & Social Sciences, Jacobs University, Campus Ring 1, Research IV, 28759 Bremen, Germany http://www.jacobs-university.de/shss/iwuensche
European modernism and the avant-garde movements, the Bauhaus, biocentrism, abstraction

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Michael Yonan YonanM@missouri.edu
Department of Art History and Archaeology, University of Missouri, 109 Pickard Hall Columbia, MO 65211-1420
18th c. art; Habsburg Empire; Rococo architecture

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