• Lisa Uddin

    Lisa Uddin

    Associate Professor of Art History and Visual Culture Studies, Paul Garett Fellow and Department Chair

    Before coming to Whitman in 2012, Professor Uddin taught art history and theory at the Corcoran College of Art and Design in Washington D.C. and studied urban-environmental visual culture as a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Minnesota and Brown University. She grew up in a Swedish and Bengali white-collar immigrant family in suburban Toronto, and with artists, architects and community radio broadcasters in urban Montreal. is interested in race and U.S. visual culture, blackness and the arts, archival politics and practice, modern and contemporary art, architecture and urbanism.

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  • Matthew Reynolds

    Matthew Reynolds

    Associate Professor of Art History and Visual Culture Studies

    Olin Hall 125
    509-527-5240

    Associate Professor of Art History and Visual Culture Studies Matthew Reynolds has taught for over 25 years at the college and university level. Among his many interests are the intersections between images, objects, audiences and their shared contexts. His core concerns include understanding how the visual world is shaped by the dynamics of power, wealth (or its lack), race, ethnicity and gender.

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  • Krista H. Gulbransen

    Krista H. Gulbransen

    Associate Professor of Art History and Visual Culture Studies & Asian and Middle Eastern Studies

    Olin Hall 149
    509-522-4419

    Professor Krista Gulbransen is an art historian specializing in South Asian art and architecture, with particular interests in manuscript illustration, portraiture and modes of cultural exchange. Her prior experience working and interning at various museums helped to shape her interest in exploring and critiquing historical and contemporary methods of museum display.

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  • Libby Miller

    Libby Miller

    Senior Adjunct Assistant Professor of Art History and Visual Culture Studies and General Studies

    Olin Hall
    509-524-2083

    Libby Miller is interested in how we co-exist with history in the present. In addition to teaching Art History and Visual Culture Studies at Whitman, she also participates in the First Year Seminars Program, and serves as Director of the Maxey Museum and as Whitman’s Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA) coordinator.

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