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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
GRI-NEH Postdoctoral Fellow, Getty Research Institute
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

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

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
McGill University, Montreal
16th and 17th-century visual culture of Poland-Lithuania, Bohemia, Hungary and the Holy Roman Empire; the core and periphery theory; global art history; the spatial turn; the public sphere; collecting

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

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 for Publications, The Jewish Museum
early 20th-century German art and cultural history

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, gender

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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
PhD candidate, City University of New York Graduate Center
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 m-koss@nga.gov
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 luke@fas.harvard.edu
Harvard University
Kurt Schwitters, German cinema, exile, National Socialism, Dada

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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
Hoehn Curatorial Fellow for Prints, University of San Diego

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

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

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 sjastad@gmail.com
Associate 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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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

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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