CURRICULUM VITAE

                RITA WARDEIN TEKIPPE

324 Humanities Hall
Department of Art
University of West Georgia
Carrollton GA 30118
678-839-4953
rtekippe@westga.edu
 

Teaching Experience

Dates Title Institution & Department

August 2008 --  present

August 2001 – present

Summer 2006

Associate Professor

Assistant Professor

Acting Chair, Visiting Assistant Professor

University of West Georgia Department of Art/Art History

Summer 2003 Acting Chair, Visiting Assistant Professor University of West Georgia Department of Art
Summer 2001, Summer 2008 Instructor, Area II: Critical Thinking Arkansas Governor’s School for the Gifted and Talented. Hendrix College, Conway
August 1999 – August 2001 Assistant Professor

Lecturer/Curator, Visual Resources Library

University of Central Arkansas, Conway. Department of Art
Summer 2000   Instructor Arkansas Governor’s School for the Gifted and Talented. Hendrix College, Conway.
January - June, 1999 Visiting Assistant Professor Kenyon College, Gambier, Ohio. Department of Fine Arts/Art History
January - May, 1999 Visiting Assistant Professor Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware, Ohio. Department of Fine Arts/Art History
June 1993-September 1994; September 1995-December 1997 1) Instructor

2) Graduate Teaching Associate

3) Research/Administrative Associate, Visual Resources Library.

Ohio State University. Department of History of Art
Summer 1995  lecturer - Teaching the Middle Ages - for primary & secondary teachers Ohio State University, Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies
September 1991 - May 1993

 

1) Teaching associate

2) Graduate Administrative Associate

3) Editor of Nouvelles Nouvelles

4) Editor of course offerings publications

5) Assistant Conference Coordinator

Ohio State University, Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies
September 1990 -September 1991 1) Instructor

2) Graduate Teaching Associate

Ohio State University, Department of History of Art

Service to the Institution

Committee Membership:

· COAS Faculty Liaison for CourseDen Migration, Distance Learning
· 2008 XIDS Committee
· Classroom Technology Committee, elected 2007
· Honors Committee COAS-elected member, 2007-10
· Application Review Committee for the A & S Academic Advisor positions, Fall 2007
· Search Committee, Art Department, Art History position
· Art Department, undergrad review committee, assessing BA/BFA programs
· Blended Classroom Faculty, selected 1of  8 to develop expanded partially-online classroom strategies, in conjunction with UWG Center for Teaching and Learning 2006-07
· UWG Alumni Association "Dinner with12 Strangers" program for incoming freshmen
· Faculty Orientation Leader, incoming freshmen, Summer 2006, Summer 2007
· Graduation Guides Program, 2006-2007
· Search Committee, Art Department, Chair
· Search Committee, Art Department, Art Education position (committee chair)
· Search Committee, Art Department, Ceramics position
· Centennial Community Appreciation Cookout hostess, Oct. 7, 2006
· UWG Centennial Celebrations Committee 2006-07
· UWG Centennial logo development committee 2006
· Elected by COAS, General University Matters Committee 2005-07
· elected representative to COAS Executive Committee 2005-07
· Art Department: NASAD: Steering Committee, Art History Committee, Library Committee, Undergrad Degree Committee
· Art Department Representative, Writing Across the Curriculum Committee COAS 2001-06
· Art Department representative to Faculty Advisory Committee for Dean, College of Arts & Sciences 2004-05
· Elected by COAS, Undergraduate Academic Programs Committee, UWG. 2003-2005.
· Art Department Committee of the Whole: Strategies to incorporate computer technology in curriculum
· Art Department Scholarship Committee, 2003
· Member, Graduate Studies Committee, 2001-03
· NASAD self-study for Art Department. General faculty Committee member. Committee for Recruitment, Admissions, Advisement, Record Keeping, and Retention, Chair
· November 2001. Member, Art Department Committee for formulation of Art History option for BA studio art degree, revising curriculum and setting degree requirements
· COAS XIDS Arts & Ideas Committee service, for review of interdisciplinary courses 2001-06
· Visual Resources Library overview, Art Department

Educational Counseling Experience:

· Student Advisement (currently 23 advisees – Art History Majors)
· Graduate thesis committee: Martha Moore; Denise Marsh, Howard Summers, Kathleen  Sneed
· Advising students in preparation for presentation of papers for delivery at conferences: Art History Forum: Laura Moody, Angela Gaston, Carla Ledgerwood, Sara Snow, Cassie Vaughan, Sarah Middlemast, Margaret Griffin, Shelley Donaldson, Cassie Vaughan
· Big Night: Sara Snow, Shelley Donaldson
· Hawaii Conference on International Studies: Cassie Vaughan
· Letters of recommendation for various students for purposes of employment or graduate school applications
· Art History Association, UCA, 1999-2000

Advisement of Student Organizations:

· Kappa Pi. At Honors Fraternity
· Judge, art work submitted for Eclectic 2003, Eclectic 2004, Eclectic 2005 student art/literary journal of UWG

Participation in educational activities:

· Educational Testing Service: Faculty Consultant for Advanced Placement Art History examinations. Service in reviewing Advanced Placement exams for high school students Summer 2006, Summer 2007
· Educational Policy Improvement Center Center for Educational Policy Research, review of proposed syllabi for Advanced Placement exams in Art History 2006-2007, 2007-2008
· Judge/Advisor, Senior Art History Colloquium, 2006: Lindsey Young, Cassandra Vaughan; 2003: Laura Moody
· SAT Preparation of High School students through Sylvan Learning Center, Carrollton (helped to raise scores up to 1300 points)
· SAT essay component scorer
· Supervision of student Internship. Cassie Vaughan, Museum of Contemporary Design, Atlanta
· Evaluation: Senior Exhibitions: Rebecca Baggett, Lexia Snow, Michelle Cioletti, Jeff Helms, Katie Andrews, Dean Cromer, Christy Childers, Amena Williams, Alyssa Wessinger, Natasha Simpson, Nikki Price, Ariel Jones, Kristy Childers, Stephanie Norton, Angela Gaston, Sara Sassaman, Aubre Shoemaker, Julie Lambert, Valerie Bedard, Maceya McGuire, Paige Burkhalter, Jeni Hall, Nina Dahl, Brynn Horne, Jane Fier, Sarah Fitzpatrick, Dustin Ross, Julie Biggers, Christin Lanier, Amber Dow, Kelli Mincey, Trisha Lamberth, Ashleigh Yearty, Angela Sasser, Kasey Carr
· Designed informational poster for careers in Art History
· Development of Power Point presentation for Art History as major discipline and as career
· Participation in High School Workshop hosted by Art Department
· October, 2001. Inauguration of Undergraduate Art History Forum, with Dorothy Joiner of UWG & LaGrange College, Emily Hanna of Georgia State. Conceived as annual event, rotating among schools, ongoing. 5th annual event in preparation for 2006.
· Art History Consortium initiated, 2002. Participation of colleges and universities across the State of Georgia, for facilitation of participation in annual undergraduate Art History Forum, to be hosted at member institutions
· Facilitated Art History student book awards for Art Department Honors Luncheon
· Development of Museum-based term projects for all Art History courses
· Collaboration with Writing Center for development of written term projects for Art History students
· Development of digital classroom for Art History classes. In cooperation with Dr. Elizabeth Morton. (Tech Grant proposals submitted to further goals of digital instruction: Spring 2003 (not funded); revised with Dr. Elizabeth Morton and resubmitted Spring 2004 (not funded; revised submission submission Spring 2005 for remaining 2005 funds (not funded) Submission Spring 2005 for 2006 competition
· Ongoing development of potential online courses and course components.
· Development of website for all my classes, with continual update and requirement that students access course material via web http://www.westga.edu/~rtekippe/
· New Courses developed:
    · Online Early Modern Art and Architecture:  1880-1945
    · Online Art 2201: Survey of Western Art I: Prehistory-Gothic
    · XIDS 2100 Art & Architecture of India, China, & Japan
    · Art 2201H Survey of Western Art History I for Honors students
    · Art 2202H Survey of Western Art History II for Honors students
    · Art 2000 Oral Communication and the Visual Arts
    · History of Interior Design
    · Art of the 20th & 21st Centuries
    · History of Early Christian, Byzantine, & Medieval Art
    · Arts of Medieval Pilgrimage: Romanesque & Gothic Art & Architecture
    · Senior Seminar in Art History
    · Special Topics in Art History: The Age of Rubens & Rembrandt
    · Special Topics in Art History: Pollock to the Present
    · Museum Seminar: New York City
    · American Art

Academic Achievement

Degree

School

Year

PhD

The Ohio State University

1999

MA

The Ohio State University

1993

MFA

Georgia State University

1985

BA

Benedictine College, Atchison KS (formerly Mt. St. Scholastica Coll.)

1967

MFA Drawing and Painting Thesis: The Altarpiece - a written document and a one-person exhibition

MA History of Medieval Art Thesis: A Reliquary of the Virgin and Child in the Cleveland Museum of Art and the vita angelica.

PhD History of Medieval Art Dissertation: Procession, Piety, and Politics: Three Medieval Rheno-Mosan Reliquary Shrines and the Cult Communities for Bishop-Saints Servatius of Maastricht, Eleutherius of Tournai, and Remaclus of Stavelot. Minor fields: Buddhist Art and Architecture, Early Modern Art and Architecture

Academic Honors

· Grant Writing Workshop, UWG, Summer 2006
· 2000 -- Jepson Dissertation Award, for dissertations with implications for leadership studies, the Jepson School of Leadership Studies, University of Richmond
· 1998 --Presidential Fellowship, The Ohio State University. One-year fellowship: financial support (stipend + tuition waiver) for completion of PhD dissertation (university-wide competition)
· 1997 -- Samuel H. Kress Foundation Travel Fellowship in the History of Art, for dissertation research travel in Europe (national competition)
· 1996 -- Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, The Ohio State University, Small Grant for dissertation research in Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands
· 1996 -- Graduate School Alumni Research Award from The Ohio State University for dissertation research in Germany, Belgium, and the Netherlands
· Sara Jane Pyne Scholarship Awards (Ohio State University, History of Art):
· May, 1998: to present paper at 33rd International Congress on Medieval Studies at Kalamazoo, Michigan, May 8, 1998, with matching grant from Graduate School
· Feb. 1997: to present paper: Illinois Medieval Assn conference, Loyola Univ., Chicago
· Nov., 1996: for dissertation research in Germany, Belgium, and the Netherlands
· Sept., 1995: to present paper: Medieval Assn. of Midwest, Nor. Mich. Univ., Marquette
· Cathleen M. Murnane Fund Awards (Ohio State University, History of Art):
· May, 1999: to present paper: 34th International Congress on Medieval Studies at Kalamazoo, Michigan, May 8, 1999
· April, 1996: dissertation research, New York City; to consult scholars on Medieval Enamels and the Relic Cult at Metropolitan Museum of Art colloquium
· June, 1992: MA thesis research: New York: Pierpont Morgan Lib., Cloisters, Metropolitan Museum.
· 1994-95 - NEH Foreign Language Area Service Fellowship to study German in conjunction with doctoral studies in the History of Art. Full support plus tuition waiver for academic year.
· 1990-1997 -- Graduate Associateships, Ohio State University, each academic year, each summer
· Graduate Teaching Associateships - Department of History of Art
· Graduate Admin./Teaching Associateship - Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies

Professional Growth & Development

Membership in Professional Societies

Publications

  • Art and Architecture of Late Medieval Pilgrimage in Northern Europe and the British Isles, a collection of 28 studies, E.J. Brill, Leiden, 2005. 1120 pages in 2 volumes, including 348 illustrations. Co-editor with Dr. Sarah Blick of Kenyon College of volume, co-author of introduction, author of one included essay.

Papers Read at Conferences, Invited Lectures, Roundtables, Panels

  • "The Artistic Patronage of Abbot Wibald of Stavelot" paper presented in session "Business as Usual: The Economics of Artistic Production in the Middle Ages" at Southeastern College Art Conference, October 28, 2006, Vanderbilt University, Nashville
  • "Copying Charlemagne: Emulation, Appropriation, and Borrowing for Royal Political Purposes" August 30, 2006.  invited presentation for UWG Centennial Lecture series
  • "Using Camtasia for Video-Clip Exercises,"presented as part of the Vice President's Blended Classroom Program, November 30, 2006
  • "Processional Pilgrimage in the Middle Ages: Journeys and Goals". Paper presented at the 39th International Congress on Medieval Studies. Kalamazoo, May 2004.
  • "Relic Cults and Corpus Christi: Bodily Procession in the Diocese of Liège" Paper read at the 78th annual meeting of the Medieval Academy of America, with a theme of "Encounter and Exchange" in Minneapolis, April 2003. It was included in the session "Art and Performance."
  • "The Treasures of Irish Medieval Liturgical Art," invited lecture for The Art Study Group. November 2, 2001. Carrollton.
  • "The Pilgrim at Aachen: Visions of the Virgin & Virtuous Emperors"– invited lecture for Kenyon College, Gambier Ohio, September 30, 2001.
  • "The Imperial Chapel at Aachen: Accumulated Art Objects with Messages of Power and Virtue" – Extra-curricular lecture for Arkansas Governors School. July 11, 2001.
  • "How to Understand Art", invited lecture, UCA Humanities Fair: enrichment activities for Arkansas High School students.
  • "Images of Women in Medieval Art, guest lecture for course Women in Art, led by Prof. Gayle Seymour.February 19, 2001, University of Central Arkansas.
  • Invited participant, roundtable: Exile: Leeds International Medieval Congress planning session, for the 13th annual International Medieval Congress in Leeds, England, to be held July, 2002. Planning session at Kalamazoo MI. May 3, 2001.
  • Topics in 20th Century Art. Invited lecture, Ark. Governors School, Hendrix Coll. June 23, 24, 2000.
  • "Popular Piety and Politics: Pageants, Processions, Pilgrimage and Visual Spectacle in the Middle Ages". Extra-curricular lecture for Arkansas Governors School. June 14, 2000.
  • "Tournai and Bishop Eleutherius: Resurrection of a City and Its Saint," Paper presented for 34th Congress on Medieval Studies at Kalamazoo, Michigan, May 8, 1999.
  • "Processions with Reliquary Shrines: Spectacles for Cult Communities," Presentation at 33rd International Congress on Medieval Studies at Kalamazoo, May 8, 1998.
  • "Undying Devotion: Reliquary Shrines and Community Veneration of Bishop-Saints of the Rhine and Meuse Valleys" Illinois Medieval Association, Popular Piety: Prayer, Devotion, and Cult, February 22, 1997, Loyola University, Chicago.
  • "A Reliquary of the Virgin and Child in the Cleveland Museum of Art and the vita angelica" for the Medieval Association of the Midwest, 11th Annual Conference -- September 28-30, 1995. Northern Michigan University, Marquette, Michigan.
  • "Teaching Medieval Art History" component of OSU Summer 1995 workshop "Teaching the Middle Ages" for secondary school teachers, Prof. Eve Levin, Director.
  • "The Tectonics of Contemplative Vision" for the Annual History of Art Graduate Student Symposium – February 25, 1994.
  • Conference Sessions Organized, Sponsored, or Presided Over

  • Organizer of sessions on Art & Architecture of Late Medieval Pilgrimage in Northern Europe and the British Isles, for 43rd annual International Congress on Medieval Studies in Kalamazoo, May 2008
  • Invited panelist round table discussion "How to Get Published: Advice from Editors and Insiders, with focus on my experience as an online publisher of Peregrinations.  &n  under the auspices of the International Society for the Study of Pilgrimage Arts
  • Invited Presider, Sessions on Pilgrim Badges in honor of Brian Spencer for the 17th Annual International Medieval Congress in Leeds, England, July, 2005.
  • Invited Presider, Session of The Hagiography Society, May 8, 2005. 40th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo.
  • Invited Presider, Session of the International Society for the Study of Pilgrimage Arts. May 6, 2005. 40th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo.
  • Four special art history sessions sponsored for 40th International Congress on Medieval Studies in Kalamazoo, May, 2005.
  • Three special art history sessions sponsored for 39th International Congress on Medieval Studies in Kalamazoo, May, 2004. Served as presider for one session.
  • Five special art history sessions in two topic areas, sponsored for the 38th International Congress on Medieval Studies in Kalamazoo, May, 2003. Co-sponsors: Dr. Kristen Van Ausdall, Dr. Sarah Blick, Kenyon College
  • 1) Art and Architecture of Medieval Pilgrimage in Northern Europe and the British Isles:
    § Creating Concepts of Pilgrims and Pilgrimage Churches (4 speakers)
    § Connections to Jerusalem & Heavenly Jerusalem through Pilgrimage Sites & Signs (4 speakers)
    § Miracles of the Blood, Miracles of the Eucharist (4 speakers)
    2) Copying in the Middle Ages:
    § Architectural Replication (4 speakers)
    § Copying in Manuscripts (4 speakers)
  • "Visual Experience at Medieval Pilgrimage Sites in Northern Europe and the British Isles" Two special art history sessions sponsored for the 37th International Congress on Medieval Studies in Kalamazoo, May 4, 2002 (organizer and presider):
  • § Vicarious Travel to the Holy Land (4 speakers)
    § The Holy Made Manifest (4 speakers)
    Co-sponsors: Brill Publishers, Leiden, The Netherlands, Dr. Sarah Blick, Kenyon College.
  • Invited Presider for general session on "The Literature and Art of Pilgrimage," for the 37th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo MI, May 3, 2002. (4 speakers)
  • "New Research in Arts of Pilgrimage in Medieval England & Northern Europe" Special session. 36th Int. Cong. Med. Stud. Kalamazoo, 5/06/01: 4 speakers/papers. Organizer and presider. Co-sponsor/organizer: Dr. Sarah Blick, Kenyon College.
  • "The Arts of Regional Pilgrimage Centers in England and Northern Europe," Special session. 35th Int. Cong. Med. Stud., Kalamazoo, May, 2000. 3 speakers. Co-sponsor: Dr. Sarah Blick, Kenyon College.
  • Editorships

    Works in Progress

    · "A Vision for the Virtuous: Contemplation of a Reliquary of the Virgin and Child from the Cleveland Museum of Art" -- article in preparation for Cleveland Studies in the History of Art. The Cleveland Museum of Art.

    · "Art History Online" -- how to create the course, transforming a lecture course for online format, to be submitted for DE Journal

    · "Bishop-Saints and the Politics of Leadership as Demonstrated in Pictorial Imagery," in Collected Studies from the Jepson School of Leadership Studies, University of Richmond. (Forthcoming)

    Honors & Awards

                  2006- Dell Laptop Award, Vice President's Blended Classroom Program       
    Spring 2004. Dell Laptop Computer, awarded through competition for the Center for Teaching and Learning Dell Laptop Giveaway sponsored by the Vice President for Academic Affairs Office.
    2005 --Travel Grant, University of West Georgia. Award for presentation and participation in Art History sessions on Pilgrimage at 39th International Congress on Medieval Studies. May Kalamazoo MI
    2004 --Travel Grant, University of West Georgia. Award for presentation and participation in Art History sessions on Pilgrimage at 39th International Congress on Medieval Studies. May Kalamazoo MI
    2003 – Travel Grant –to present paper at 78th annual meeting of the Medieval Academy of America, in Minneapolis, April 2003
    2003 --Travel Grant, University of West Georgia. Award for presentation and participation in Art History sessions on Pilgrimage at 38th International Congress on Medieval Studies. May Kalamazoo MI
    2002 --Travel Grant, University of West Georgia. Award for presentation and participation in Art History sessions on Pilgrimage at 37th International Congress on Medieval Studies. May 2-5 Kalamazoo MI
    2001-- Travel Grant/Honorarium, Kenyon College, Gambier Ohio. Award for presentation and participation in Art History Department colloquium series.
    2001-- UCA Technology Faculty Associates Program, with goal of ubiquitous university computing.
    2001 --UCA Art Department Travel Grant. For participation in 36th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, Michigan, May 2001.
    2000 – UCA Art Department Travel Grant. For participation in 35th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, Michigan, May 2000
    2000 -- UCA Foundation Grant, for digital imagery workshop sponsored by the Visual Resources Assn.

               Professional Competency Enhancement:

    2008: 8 Apollo Cafe workshops, Distance Learning
    2008: Course Den Distance Learning new system training
    2008: Advanced Intensive Training in Distance Learning
    2007-2008: Apollo Café: 4 workshops for distance learning skills enhancement 
    2007: Distance Teaching workshop by Brad Prince
    2007: Powerpoint workshop by Brian McCrary
    2006: Apollo Café: 9 workshops for distance learning skills enhancement
    2006. 3 sessions, training in Camtasia. video editing for WebCT instructional purposes
    2005: workshop training in Adobe Acrobat 7
    2005: Apollo Café: 5 workshops for distance learning skills enhancement
    2004: Web CT/MyUWG distance learning training (components of Art 2201 and 2202 now in WebCT)
    2004: Apollo Café: 4 workshops for distance learning skills enhancement
    2003: Dreamweaver Web software training, Beginning, intermediate levels. Kennesaw State University; UWG LRC.
    2002: Microsoft FrontPage, Microsoft Publisher. University of West Georgia
    October, 2001. Writing Across the Curriculum workshop. Certification procedure for conduct of writing intensive courses for UWG Department of Art
    2001: Web CT workshop. University of Central Arkansas
    also skilled in Adobe Photoshop, and related software for web preparation of art images for study by art, art history students, as well as various other Microsoft, Corel software (especially Word, Wordperfect, Claris, Pagemaker, FrontPage, Publisher, Camtasia)

    Jury and Review service:

  • For Speculum Journal of the Medieval Academy of America. Review of  Jean-Luc Deuffic, ed. Reliques et Sainteté dans l’Espace Médiéval.  Multilingual compilation of  27 essays from Pecia, resources en médiévistique volumes 8-11. 2005 (in process)
  • For Speculum Journal of the Medieval Academy of AmericaReview of Ingrid Baumgärtner Helmarhausen: Buchkultur und Goldschmiedekunst im Hochmittelalter. Kassel: Euregioverlag, 2003. April 2007
  • For Speculum Journal of the Medieval Academy of America. Review of Susanne Wittekind. Altar—Reliquiar--Retable Kunst und Liturgie bei Wibald von Stablo. Cologne: Böhlau Verlag, 2004. April 2007
  • For The Sixteenth Century Journal review of Köln: Bilder einer spätmittelalterlichen Stadt by Yvonne Leiverkus. Cologne: Böhlau Verlag, 2005. in progress, to be published 2007
  • For Lealan Swanson, proposed text for Non-western art courses, 2006
  • For Speculum Journal of the Medieval Academy of America. Review of Decorations for the Holy Dead: Visual Embellishments on Tombs and Shrines of Saints, edited by Stephen Lamia and Elizabeth Valdez del Álamo. From the series International Medieval Research: Art History Volume 8. Turnhout: Brepols, 2002. Fall 2004.
  • 2004 – reader of article, to evaluate for publication in Journal of the Association of Interdisciplinary Studies of the Arts, Mustapha Hamil, editor. Blind review of essay on art by Emil Nolde.
  • 2001 – referee, medieval art history article, Philological Review, John Parrack, ed
  • Review editor, peer articles for intended publication: Cecilia Gaposchkin, Lisa Cerisi, Benôit Van den Bossche, Sarah Blick
  • Judge, 15th Annual Fine Arts Competition, Paulding Fine Arts Association. Dallas Georgia, March 10, 2004. Member of 3-person panel, judging entries for places and awards in 5 categories
  • Judge, 14th Annual Fine Arts Competition, Paulding Fine Arts Association. Dallas Georgia, March 9, 2003. Member of 3-person panel, judging 45 entries for places and awards in 5 categories
  • Judge, 38th Annual Chiaha Harvest Fair, Rome, Georgia. October 26, 2002. Assessed best in show, 10 Runners-up, among approximately 125 entries. 
  • COURSES TAUGHT

  • Online Art 4208B/5208: Art of the 20th & 21st Centuries: Pollock to the Present
  • Online Art 4210B/5210: American Art & Architecture: Civil War - WWII
  • Online Art 4208A/5208: Early Modern Art and Architecture:  1880-1945
  • Online Art 2201: Survey of Western Art I: Prehistory-Gothic
  • Early Christian, Byzantine and Medieval Art and Architecture
  • Romanesque & Gothic Pilgrimage
  • Special Topics in Art History: The Age of Rubens and Rembrandt
  • Special Topics in Art History: Pollock to the Present
  • American Art and Architecture
  • Modern/Contemporary Art History
  • History of Interiors
  • Philosophy of World Art
  • Survey of World Art: Renaissance to Contemporary (also as History of Western Art)
  • Honors Survey of World Art: Renaissance through Contemporary (with WebCT components)
  • Survey of World Art: Prehistoric through Gothic (also as History of Western Art) (with WebCT components)
  • Honors Survey of Western Art: Prehistoric to Gothic (with WebCT components)
  • Art & Architecture of the Ancient World
  • Art & Architecture of Medieval and Renaissance Worlds
  • Art and Architecture of the Modern World
  • The Arts & Architecture of Asia
  • Survey of Non-Western Art (Africa, Asia, Oceania, the Americas)
  • Oral Communication and Visual Arts
  • Introduction to Art
  • Art Appreciation
  • Independent studies (i.e. Imagery in Northern European 16th-Centry Painting; Evolution of the Representation of Christ in Early Christian Art; Evangelist Symbols in Medieval Manuscripts, Figural Abstraction in Medieval and Early Modern Art; Virtuous and Vicious Images of Women in Medieval Art).
  • Several of the above courses taught under the requirements of the Writing Across the Curriculum program, in which significant writing components enhance the rigor and the results for writing activities.

    References will be supplied upon request.