|Malcolm Baker, Chair
History of sculpture, especially in 18th century Britain, France and Germany; portraiture, especially of authors; 18th century British art, history of collecting and display.
|Jonathan W. Green
Professor and Executive Director of the UCR/ARTSblock
History and criticism of photography and the practice of photography, video and MIDI composition.
Renaissance art with a focus on Italy and the Mediterranean; portraiture, sculpture and materiality; methodology and intellectual history; additional research interests in contemporary art and art criticism.
Modern and contemporary art history; experimental film, video and performance; psychoanalysis and critical theory, media theories and media technologies.
History and theory of photography; European avant-garde art of the 20th century, particularly its engagements with chance and psychoanalysis; critical theory.
|Aleca Le Blanc
Modern Latin American art and architecture with a focus on Brazil; global modernisms, architecture and urbanism, visual culture, abstraction, institutional histories, and collecting and display.
History of modern and contemporary European and American architecture and cities; French colonial architecture.
|Kristoffer Neville, Graduate Advisor
Early modern painting, sculpture, and (especially) architecture. Cultural contacts and cultural transfer. Northern Europe, ca 1500-1800.
East Asian art history, Chinese print culture, Early Modern Korean art, contemporary East Asian art, Globalism and Multiculturalism in contemporary art.
Medieval Art History with special interests in such topics as the social theory of medieval art, the ideological use of art, monasticism and art, the origin of Gothic art, and the art and social change.
|Jason Weems, Undergraduate Advisor
American art and visual/material culture from the colonial era to the present, with research emphasis on the later nineteenth to mid-twentieth centuries; history of photography; art and social movements; modern design; vision and technology; critical and interdisciplinary theory.
Catherine Gudis, Associate Professor, Department of History
Twentieth-century U.S. cultural history; consumer culture, the history of the built environment; public history
Ginger Cheng-Chi Hsu, Associate Professor Emeritus
Dericksen M Brinkerhoff, Professor Emeritus
Thomas Pelzel, Associate Professor Emeritus