Michelle Millar Fisher is a doctoral candidate in Art History at the CUNY Graduate Center. She holds an MA with First Class Honors (2004), and an MPhil (2008), both in the History of Art, from the University of Glasgow, UK, and an MPhil in the History of Art & Architectural History (2013) from the CUNY Graduate Center.
Her research centers on social histories of architecture, contemporary art, museums, and the pedagogical turn. She is currently an Adjunct Lecturer at Parsons The New School for Design & CUNY’s Baruch College, founder of the Art History Teaching Resources site (awarded a $25,000 grant from the Kress Foundation in fall 2013), and Project Manager for the 2014 College Art Association THATCamp.
She is the recipient of the 2014 Field Fellowship at the National Building Museum, Washington D.C., and currently at work co-editing a book on collaboration in the visual arts and architecture, to be published by Courtauld Books Online in early 2015.
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