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Brian Winkenweder - Associate Professor of Art History and Visual Culture (Chair)

Miller Fine Arts Center 127
503-883-2284
bwinken@linfield.edu

Education: Bachelor of Art with Distinction in Comparative Literature and Art History, University of Washington, 1989 Master of Art in English, University of New Mexico, 1994 Master of Art in Art History, University of New Mexico, 1997 Ph.D. in Art History and Criticism, Stony Brook University, 2004

Academic Interests:
Relationships between modernism and postmodernism; history of graphic design; history of photography; convergences between semiotics and phenomenology.

Brian Winkenweder, Ph.D. Linfield College 900 SE Baker Street McMinnville, OR 97128-6894 503.883.2284 wink@linfield.edu Education Ph.D. in Art History and Criticism, Stony Brook University, 2004 Dissertation: Reading Wittgenstein: Robert Morris's Philosophy-as-Art Master of Arts in Art History, University of New Mexico, 1997 Thesis: ?All the News That's Fit to Paint: The Iconography of the Newspaper in 19th Century Painting Master of Arts in English, University of New Mexico, 1994 Bachelor of Arts with distinction in Comparative Literature and Art History, University of Washington, 1989 Teaching Experience Fall 2005 to present. Assistant Professor, Art Department, Linfield College Summer 2001 to Spring 2005. Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Art Education and Art History, School of Visual Arts, University of North Texas Fall 2000. Lecturer, Department of Art, School of Education, New York University Conferences, Symposia and Roundtables January 2006 Out of the Picture: Pollock's Contemplative Action Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities February 2002 Robert Morris?s Blind Man?s Bluff College Art Association, Philadelphia October 2001 California Art Schools: Roundtable Discussion University of North Texas May 1998 Cezanne's Superego and the Iconography of his Paternal Portraits? Interrogating Images: International Association of Philosophy and Literature, University of California-Irvine April 1995 The Kitchen as Art Studio Art as/for Life, 30th Annual Art History Graduate Student Symposium, University of California-Los Angeles

Publications:

Journal Articles: Pitching Charrettes: Architectural Experimentation in the 1990s Art Criticism, 14.2 (2000): 34-52. Art History, Sartre and Identity in Rosenberg's America Art Criticism, 13.2 (1999): 83-102. Encyclopedia Entries: Beuys, Joseph, Encyclopedia of Twentieth-century Photography, Lynne Warren, Ed., New York: Routledge (Forthcoming). Dada, Encyclopedia of Twentieth-century Photography, Lynne Warren, Ed., New York: Routledge (Forthcoming). Namuth, Hans, Encyclopedia of Twentieth-century Photography, Lynne Warren, Ed., New York: Routledge (Forthcoming). Heizer, Michael, Encyclopedia of Sculpture, Antonia Boström, Ed., New York: Routledge, 2003: 739-741. ? ?Morris, Robert?, Encyclopedia of Sculpture, Antonia Boström, Ed., New York: Routledge, 2003: 1126-1128. Turrell, James, Encyclopedia of Sculpture, Antonia Boström, Ed., New York: Routledge, 2003: 1689-1691.