Heather Vinson

Heather Vinson

Assistant Professor

Phone: 678-839-4955 | Fax: 678-839-4961

Email:  hvinson@westga.edu

Office: Humanities Building 313




    Biography

    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.

    Education/Degrees

    • PhD, History of Art, University of Michigan, 2013

    Courses and Sections

    • Courses Taught
      • 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)    
    • Summer 2014 Sections
    • Spring 2014 Sections
    • Fall 2013 Sections