Teaching

In 2011, I co-founded ArtHistoryTeachingResources.org (AHTR), a Kress Foundation-funded digital humanities project focused on the scholarship of teaching and learning in Art History. The site is used in 185+ countries with over 250,000 unique visits every year. In 2016, AHTR founded the peer-reviewed and CUNY Digital Commons-housed journal Art History Pedagogy and Practice, the first journal dedicated to the scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL) in art history.

Institutions at which I have taught since 2009 (as Instructor of Record): Fine Arts Department, University of Pennsylvania; Bard Prison Initiative; The Frick Collection; Parsons The New School For Design; Graduate School of Design, Harvard University; Department of Fine & Performing Arts, Baruch College, CUNY; New York University (NYU); Sotheby’s Institute of Art Online; The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

Courses taught since 2009: Designing Motherhood; States of Design (co-taught); Modern and Contemporary Design (Mellon Funded Initiative); Design and Violence; The Art Market; Art & Architecture of the 19th Century; Global Art History Survey I & II; Perspectives in World Art & Design 1 & 2; Objects as History (Thematic Global Survey); Critical Reading & Writing; Integrative Seminar for ESL students; Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century Painting, Identity & Modernity; What is Art History?; Reconsidering Boucher.

Courses assisted: History of Western Architecture (TA); Contemporary Chinese Art; Art as Alternative Investment & Understanding Art Market Trends (Online TA).