- PhD Columbia University, Art History, 2014
- MA Columbia University, Art History, 2009
- BA University of Michigan, History of Art, 2005
Research and Teaching Interests:
- 18th and 19th-century European visual cultures
- modern religious imagery
- technologies of reproduction
- display cultures
- art and revolution
- medieval revivalisms
- ArtHist 102: Renaissance to Modern Art and Architecture
- ArtHist 357: Nineteenth-Century Painting in Europe
- ArtHist 364: Modern Painting II: 1900 to the Present
- ArtHist 365: History of Photography
- ArtHist 463: Cubism and its Inheritance
- ArtHist 465: Dada and Surrealist Art
- ArtHist 760: Modern Print Culture: Objects and Audiences
“Mr. Burke’s Spectacles,”catalogue essay for “The World Turned Upside Down: Apocalyptic Imagery in England, 1750-1850,” Haggerty Museum of Art, 2017-18
“Illuminating the Divine: The Magic Lantern and Religious Pedagogy in America, c. 1870-1920,” Material Religion: The Journal of Art, Objects and Belief 17, no. 3 (September 2017), 275-300.
“Art History Today,” co-written with Tina Rivers Ryan, Art History Teaching Resources, 2015.
“‘From the Smallest Fragment’: The Archaeology of the Doré Bible,” Nineteenth-Century Art Worldwide 13, no. 1 (Spring 2014).