Heather Vinson is an art historian specializing in modern art and critical theory. Her scholarship focuses on emerging artistic practices at the turn of the century and the European avant-garde's shifting relationship to the art market. Other areas of interest include gender studies, social geography, and the history of consciousness. She received her doctorate ("Repetitions: Memory and Making in Degas's Ballet Classroom Series") from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor and has taught at Colgate University and the University of South Florida.
- PhD, History of Art, University of Michigan, 2013
Courses and Sections
- ART-2202 (History of Western Art II)
- ART-3275 (Art Since 1945)
- ART-3280 (Museum Seminar)
- ART-4290 (Modernist Criticism)
- ART-4295 (Special Topics in Art History)