Recent post on the International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

Art History Pedagogy and Practice (AHPP), a new online, open-access, and peer-reviewed journal developed in response to two key issues: first, the recognition that art historians need opportunities to share rigorous pedagogical research produced in the field; and second, the reality that teaching in the discipline has historically been undervalued in both economic and scholarly…

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Summary [download the full white paper here] While art historians in higher education devote extensive amounts of time, effort, and energy to the job of teaching, the attitude persists that this role is separate, or even a distraction, from the primary responsibility to contribute as scholars in the field. Maintaining the duality of teaching and…

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Frick Forum Evening Class–“What is Art History?” Over three weeks, my evening class explored the question “What is Art History?” through gender, technology, aesthetics and criticism, looking at sixteenth-century bronzes, works by Monet, Whistler and Cy Twombly, and curious eyes.

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Painting, Identity and Modern Life Three-part course: July 9, 10 & 11, 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. Michelle Fisher, Adjunct Lecturer in Art History, Parsons The New School for Design Participate in three conversations that reflect on identity and modernity in the nineteenth century. How did painters such as Manet, Monet, and Renoir use their canvases to…

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“My main concern was that, unlike at my previous place of work (the Guggenheim Museum), I hadn’t found any basic template or peer-to-peer platform for sharing teaching resources. I felt like I’d spent a semester reinventing a very linear wheel. I was searching for the conversations teachers of all levels have (or don’t get to…

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